A Double Shot Of Hiding The Decline At NASA

Ignoring all the junk science behind the temperature reconstructions, let’s have a look at the hockey stick grafted blade. Note how it starts at 1880, right after Australia’s hottest years on record.


Here is the current pre-1966 portion of the graph – a nice hockey stick caused no doubt by Grover Cleveland’s horse flatulence in the 1880’s

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But it wasn’t always like that. NASA used to publish global surface temperatures back to 1866, which showed no net warming during the century from 1866 to 1966

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Apparently Grover Cleveland’s horse wasn’t that bad after all. NASA simply hid the inconvenient pre-1880 data, because it wrecked the hockey stick.

But it is worse than it seems. NASA is not only hiding the pre-1880 warmth, but they are also tampering with the post-1880 data to increase the amount of post 1880 warming. The graph below shows how they have changed their own data over the past 15 years.

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All of this wonderful data tampering has brought hundreds of billions of dollars to climate science research over the past 15 years. There must be a word for that.

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7 Responses to A Double Shot Of Hiding The Decline At NASA

  1. omanuel says:

    One basic problem plagues us each individually and pervades all society : The most selfish rise to the positions of greatest power.


  2. rah says:

    I notice that for about a 35 year period from the end of WW II through the 1970s that the temperature trend remains basically flat. Yet there was a huge industrial expansion after WW II reconstruction and it was powered by coal and petroleum. Something does not compute. But for NASA GISS that’s normal.

  3. jack barton says:


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