Satellites Show Melbourne Cooling For 18 Years

The BOM Melbourne thermometer is cleverly situated adjacent to many lanes of asphalt in downtown Melbourne, and shows a hockey stick of warming, with last year as the hottest year ever.

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By contrast, satellite temperatures of the lower troposphere over Melbourne show a slight cooling trend for the past 18 years, with last year pretty close to the long term mean.

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BOM then takes the severely tainted urban data, and contaminates surrounding rural stations through a process known as “homogenisation”

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6 Responses to Satellites Show Melbourne Cooling For 18 Years

  1. daveandrews723 says:

    If any Australian media ever report on this conflict in data I would love to see any links to the reports including any comments from the bureaucrats who control the numbers.

  2. Keith says:

    This is an excellent analysis – a very good way to demonstrate how “homogenisation” corrupts the information.

  3. Tel says:

    If your theory is right, they have reached the limit of how much asphalt they can lay down, so temperature should start levelling off.

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