A Closer Look At Record August Fraud From NASA

August was cool in the US, western Europe, southern Asia, parts of Siberia, Australia, Africa, South America, Antarctica and the Arctic. It was the first or second coldest summer on record north of 80N.

And NASA says it was the hottest August ever.

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Compare vs. August 1998, when almost the whole world was hot.

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We have passed a tipping point of full out fraud at government agencies.

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18 Responses to A Closer Look At Record August Fraud From NASA

  1. Gail Combs says:

    Too bad citizens in the USA can not form a Grand Jury to go after these criminals.

  2. au1corsair says:

    A long, loud laugh followed by shunning them will work even better. Cheap, too.

  3. D. Self says:

    Liberals have no shame. They will lie to their death beds to keep their ideology alive. It is going to get worse than this.

  4. tom0mason says:

    Oh look, is there a correlation?
    Look at the current distribution of ozone in the northern hemisphere. You can see that the ozone is locked on to Bay of Hudson and Russia just like the brightness.

    It’s probably just a coincidence.

  5. Lance says:

    based on my station in southern alberta, my 1998 aug was 1.5C above average, 2014 aug was .6c above avg….don’t look to alberta being the odd one out.

  6. Andyj says:

    Interesting about HADCET

    But it was colder in the UK?

  7. This is something I have been trying to figure out—how can it be colder over huge portions of the world and yet be the hottest month “ever”? What they measuring, because it’s not the temperature, that’s for sure.

    What are the odds statistically that every single month and year will always continue to be the hottest? Virtually impossible, most likely. If you use real data.

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