A Hockey Stick Of Data Tampering In Illinois

The National Weather Service says December-March was the coldest on record in Chicago.

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But NCDC says that December-March temperatures in Illinois were fourth coldest, and not as cold as the winter of 1977-1978. There was a lot more ice on Lake Michigan this spring than there was in 1978 – meaning that either the freezing point of water has changed, or the NCDC data is garbage.

NCDC accomplished this remarkable feat of data destruction through a hockey stick of tampering, which skews 2014 vs. 1978 temperatures by about two degrees.

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9 Responses to A Hockey Stick Of Data Tampering In Illinois

  1. rw says:

    The wonderful thing is that they’re painting themselves into a corner – or inching farther and farther out on a limb. Unlike the world they’ve grown up in, nature just isn’t interested in pandering to their expectations or propping up their self-esteem.

  2. D. Self says:

    I about fell out of my chair when I came across this:

  3. TomC says:

    Coldest on record despite 3-5°F of UHI added since 1872. Take away UHI effect and this winter was likely coldest on record by several degrees.

  4. tom0mason says:

    We’re cooking with NCDC data
    NCDC data is just some propaganda artifact.
    An artistic assemblage to convince the sheeple to believe.
    Control the sheeple’s expectations, control their dreams.
    The toll on sheeple dreams will necessarily skyrocket…

  5. I’m working on this from a different angle, and am getting similar results to Steve.

    Stand by, I’ll post towmorrow hopefully.

  6. Send Al to the Pole says:

    The Borg needs to get their act together on this. What good is your fakey data if everyone doesn’t remember to use it?

    We’re now late in April. This year may be the latest ice on record.

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