NOAA Says That People In The 1940’s Weren’t Smart Enough To Read A Thermometer

NOAA believes that scientists in the 1940s just weren’t smart enough to read a thermometer properly, and that Tom Karl knows better what the temperatures were in the 1940’s, than the people who lived at that time.

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14 Responses to NOAA Says That People In The 1940’s Weren’t Smart Enough To Read A Thermometer

  1. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    Making a mockery of “21st Century Climate Science(ists)” Nice work Tony. Keep it coming.

  2. Dave N says:

    Speaking of the World Cup… France or Germany?

    Whoops.. wrong post 😉

  3. John Silver says:

    Here is a link to a photo you forgot, american citizen Kurt Gödel:

    • John Silver says:

      “On December 5, 1947, Einstein and Morgenstern accompanied Gödel to his U.S. citizenship exam, where they acted as witnesses. Gödel had confided in them that he had discovered an inconsistency in the U.S. Constitution, one that would allow the U.S. to become a dictatorship. Einstein and Morgenstern were concerned that their friend’s unpredictable behavior might jeopardize his chances. Fortunately, the judge turned out to be Phillip Forman. Forman knew Einstein and had administered the oath at Einstein’s own citizenship hearing. Everything went smoothly until Forman happened to ask Gödel if he thought a dictatorship like the Nazi regime could happen in the U.S. Gödel then started to explain his discovery to Forman. Forman understood what was going on, cut Gödel off, and moved the hearing on to other questions and a routine conclusion”

    • Brian H says:

      Link bad.

  4. Anto says:

    The problem, Steve, is that in the 1940’s, humans hadn’t yet discovered fire, they lived in caves, were infested with fleas and….oh, wait….

  5. Jim Brock says:

    You should have included Richard Feynman in your picture gallery.

  6. Jim Brock says:

    Slipped up and hit the enter too soon. “Oh, wait…that must be Feynman on the bongos!” He was an unique person…picked all the locks at Alamagordo!

  7. Nee says:

    Tell that to the farmers like my Grandmother and the Almanac peeps. The government needs to be cured of the “WKBTY” Syndrome…They don’t know….

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