Shock News : NCDC Temperatures Warming Much Faster Than Satellite Temperatures

Over the past 15 years, NCDC temperatures are diverging from RSS satellite temperatures at 0.6C/century – which accounts for almost the entire claimed global warming trend.

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6 Responses to Shock News : NCDC Temperatures Warming Much Faster Than Satellite Temperatures

  1. Andy Oz says:

    Quantum Mechanics apparently explains why carbon dioxide is creating all this extreme heat……which is hiding somewhere or other. Looks like Quantum physicists want to jump on the carbon tax gravy train. Are they particles or are they energy?

    • Andy Oz says:

      Geez- the guy is actually a comedian and actor. I should check people’s background before saying they have a science qualification. My bad.

      • _Jim says:

        Well, you might say at this point this guy wants ‘in on the act’ and that would be valid from more than just one perspective!


    • Eric Simpson says:

      Well, the “missing heat” is said to be at the bottom of the ocean. It seems to be no concern that there is no actual data to support that, and that the doomers are unable to posit a plausible physical mechanism for the heat over the last decade and a half or so all of a sudden hightailing it to the bottom of the ocean while it never did that before. Certainly a more realistic notion is that the heat didn’t go to the bottom of the sea at all, but instead took a Quantum Mechanical hyper-space into the 5th dimension, and I’m sure that String theorists will get in to the act to confirm that that’s just where the missing heat has hidden.

  2. Andy DTthat says:

    In alarmist speak, they say that the warming is much worse than what the satellites are indicating. That is not hard to do with cherry picked stations with inflated temperature readings like Washington National Airport.

    Or cooling the past and warming the present for a station like Washington Dulles, that has gone from very rural to very urban in the last 50 years.

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