GIStemp – who needs Antarctic data or temps near ice.

Musings from the Chiefio

I finally got GIStemp source code loaded into the Qemu SPARC emulator, unpacked it, and did a preliminary assessment.

First off, it is way out of date. It looks like it is a 2011 release from just prior to a major revision. So no source code for 1/3 of a decade or so AND a major revision. Not exactly caring about that whole ‘currency’ thing…

Next up, in looking at the things that did change, I noticed some things. First off, it points to a link for the Antarctic data that no longer works. Did it work in 2011? Who knows. But now it has a nice glitzy interactive web site that lets you download bits and pieces and look at bits and pieces… but not grab the data sets that are used as input to GIStemp. This means that either they have a very different way of getting the…

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8 Responses to GIStemp – who needs Antarctic data or temps near ice.

  1. philjourdan says:

    E.M. has been swamped with his job of late, but he has at least been keeping up with the latest news. This is more confirmation of the work you and Paul Homewood have been doing.

  2. emsnews says:

    The reason for not collecting or using data from near ice is due to the polar bears and penguins attacking everyone so we have to declare war on them.

    You see, if they imagine their icy realms are melting, they will retreat or surrender. 🙂

    • Dmh says:

      At least you’re trying to find a “good reason”, they don’t even care to pretend that they’re *not* lying anymore.
      Possibly/hopefully a sign of their “demise” – scientifically speaking! 🙂

  3. Ben says:

    “Why should I show you my code when all you want to do is find something wrong with it?”

  4. Dmh says:

    We already knew that GIStemp was wrong, now we know why.
    Another great find by the Chiefio! 🙂

  5. David A says:

    Tony what, no hat trick? Anyway if specific regions, like the 70 to 90 south lat, were compared to the satellites in the same area, we may find out where specifically the divergence is developing??

  6. catweazle666 says:

    So that’s how professionals hide the decline is it?

    Well, well.

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