Getting Rid Of That Nasty 1940s Blip

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 Sometimes when you are saving the planet, you just have to knock 2.1° C off of the 1940 temperature.

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12 Responses to Getting Rid Of That Nasty 1940s Blip

  1. Password protected says:

    And they are still unable to explain the blip. The same lack of knowledge prevents accurate climate modelling.

  2. Steve Case says:

    Thanks for the reminder. Not that I forgot, but just like commercial advertising it helps to see the message more than once.

    Keep hammering away. The battering ram doesn’t break through on the first bump.

  3. SMS says:

    Until climate scientists can deal with the PDO, make proper adjustments for UHI and get rid of unjustified adjustments, they will continue to be judged as alarmists prostituting themselves for research dollars and not true science.

  4. geran says:

    You display your research in such fascinating graphics. Only a “tripped-out” (on kool-aid) fanatical Warmist could DENY the blatant “tampering”.

  5. Dave N says:

    Just for reference: What are the dates for the sources of the first and second graphs in the animation?

  6. Andy DC says:

    Let’s face it, despite all the BS that is being spouted, there very little understanding of climate-past, present or future. At best it is all speculation.

    • SMS says:

      But I bet you would agree that the range of temperatures from the past has been great enough to dispel any notion that massive out-of- control feedbacks will ever occur.

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