Removing The 1940s Blip

As of 1974, climate experts showed a strong temperature spike around 1940, followed by plummeting temperatures until the 1970s, with 1970 actually cooler than 1900.

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Once the climate scam changed from global cooling to global warming in the late 1970s, climate experts started removing the spike. The graph below is from Hansen, 1981

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Figure 2-1. Global temperature trend for (a) past century, (b) millennium, and (c) 25,000 years. (a) is based on J. Hansen, D. Johnson, A. Lacis,
S. Lebedeff, P. Lee, D. Rind, and G. Russell, 1981

Originally located at : http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/effects/downloads/Challenge_chapter2.pdf

Climate scientists later renamed the spike a “blip” and expressed their desire to get rid of it – without even knowing what caused it.

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And that they did. The graph below plots current NASA global temperatures along with their 1981 version.

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The next graph shows the hockey stick of changes to published NASA global surface temperature since 1981

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The hockey stick has nothing to do with the climate, and everything to do with altering the data.

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One Response to Removing The 1940s Blip

  1. Why the Blip …

    Dah ha ha … Ah, I’ve been foiled !!

    Why the Blip… nobody will find out from you rascals… now back to my little cage for more data manipulation and when I’m done the 40’s will never, never have existed.. !!

    [insert evil laugh]

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