Glaciers Were Disappearing During NASA’s Coldest Years Ever

Gavin and his crack team of scientists tell us that the decade prior to 1922 was the coldest on record.

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The people who lived at the time reported something completely different.  Unheard of heat and disappearing Arctic glaciers.

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1921 was the hottest year on record in Illinois.

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One might come to the conclusion that NASA temperature data is propaganda, rather than science.

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5 Responses to Glaciers Were Disappearing During NASA’s Coldest Years Ever

  1. David A says:

    “One might come to the conclusion that NASA temperature data is propaganda, rather than science”
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    Tony, these German scientist did come to that conclusion in a new paper…
    http://www.eike-klima-energie.eu/uploads/media/E___E_algorithm_error_07-Limburg.pdf

    • You can generate any plot you want with the GHCN data by selecting a set of stations which matches your agenda.

      • David A says:

        In general they found systemic algorithm errors along with other major problems the further back one goes into the global record, putting a base error range at over plus or minus 1 degree C, and that is a minimum.

  2. Robertv says:

    Baffin Island Voyage from Quebec: “Scientific Expedition Into the Great Arctic” 1922

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