Visualizing How Corrupt GISS Has Become

Gavin had almost no data in Antarctica last month, as shown below

ScreenHunter_3684 Oct. 13 16.14

So he simply made it up, and made created a completely fake hottest September ever.

ScreenHunter_3683 Oct. 13 16.13 

But there was a little problem. Antarctica had record sea ice  last month, which our corrupt friends at NASA show covered with record heat. The animation below overlays the record sea ice on the GISS fake and measured data. Note that the areas of excess ice around East Antarctica are reported as above normal temperature. That defies the laws of science.


It is completely corrupt, but it is worse than it seems. Most of the stations which Gavin shows as having high anomalies relative to the 1951-1980 baseline, don’t actually have any data from that period.

The whole GISS temperature record has become scientific malfeasance – from top to bottom.

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43 Responses to Visualizing How Corrupt GISS Has Become

  1. omanuel says:

    The corruption began in 1946 as a genuine concern to save the world from nuclear annihilation:

    • omanuel says:

      In case that site disappears,

      “Frightened leaders formed the UN in Oct 1945 and agreed to hide the energy that destroyed Hiroshima in Aug 1945.

      They exaggerated the dangers of radiation and attempted to discredit these discoveries:

      1. Natural reactors, 1956
      2. The pulsar Sun, 1977
      3. Cold fusion, 1989
      4. Planetary core reactors, 1992
      5. Neutron repulsion, 2001

      But they cannot hide the source of energy that powers the Sun, sustains our lives and controls Earth’s climate.

      “Solar energy,” Advances in Astronomy (1 Sept 2014)

    • Mike Schneider says:

      “Genuine concerns” …Comment “637461” appears to have vanished. Do you recall what it said?

  2. kirkmyers says:

    Schmidt has obviously decided to establish himself as a bigger charlatan than his predecessor. He is now one of the leading exponents of what the late John Daly coined as “scientism,” a mixture of junk science and politicking.

  3. Andy DC says:

    I just went to “Weather Underground Antarctica” and there were at least 80 stations listed. So the weather there shoud not be a huge mystery.

    It is now mid-Spring there and of those 80+ stations, at least 8 of them were colder than -60 F and only one of them was above +21 F. Just sizzling hot there!

  4. Bill Illis says:

    It was a couple of degrees warmer than normal in many of the Antarctic stations.

    Vostok for instance was -62.3C in September 2014 versus the average -65.9C. This increased warmth obviously led to more Antarctic ice. Antarctica is just coming out of winter you know (the coldest winter on Earth that is where warmth means unbelievably cold).

    Official station records in Antarctica here. Only the Antarctic Peninsula shows warming until about 1980 after which it stopped. Everywhere else is roughly Zero trend.

  5. Anything is possible says:

    It looks like the world is catching on, Gavin is having trouble getting his papers through peer-review :

    • Bill says:

      Refreshing to see, but he probably got it into Nature or at the very least a slightly weaker journal than BAMS. Then it was probably cited by thousands of newspapers.

    • Anto says:

      Gavin don’t need no stinkin’ publications as long as Ogolfer is in the Clubhouse.

      When he’s gone, however, Gavin had better have saved up as much as he can, because he won’t be getting another job outside of the Macca’s drive-through.

    • Bezzle says:

      Well…. those rejections are from 2007.

    • bit chilly says:

      fantastic to see this,the gate keepers know their every move is being watched,no more easy rides regarding peer review hopefully. a sure sign there is a paradigm shift just over the horizon.

  6. Gail Combs says:

    I think I found out why there are those hot spots in the Antarctic!

  7. Snezzy says:

    Was wondering where he’s getting the electricity. Ahh, I know, there’s a windmill hidden off-screen to the right.

  8. Latitude says:

    the measured data doesn’t line up with GISS data either..

  9. If there is an El Nino sometime later these adjustments will add to the help the trend soar up.

  10. ossqss says:

    Gavin is brave, no?

    He will stand up, or even sit down for the cause! No?

    • squid2112 says:

      Holy crap, Gavin Schmidt is just simply “creepy” … what a freaking Turd (yes, with a capital “T“)

      Schmidt needs to go directly to jail. He is nothing but a con artist and a communist.

  11. tom0mason says:

    A message for Gavin

  12. John F. Hultquist says:

    Over the past several years and on several blogs, I have made the observation that 1 Celsius degree is not the same thing as 1 Degree Celsius. Roy Spencer seems not to care by showing the Sept. anomaly as +0.29° C, when what he means is +0.29 C°. Insofar as almost everyone does this, all are misleading viewers as to what reality is like.
    Now because of default settings used for mapping we get below freezing temperature shown on a map as a red color about like a blistering hot day in Tombstone, AZ.

    It is enough to make me turn off the computer and read a science fiction novel – most make more sense than “climate science.”

    • Truthseeker says:

      For those of us who may have missed your previous explanations, can you elaborate on what you mean by …

      “1 Celsius degree is not the same thing as 1 Degree Celsius”


      • John F. Hultquist says:

        Perception is important. People are used to seeing maps with daily (or longer) temperatures taken at point sources and then the colors are smeared and smoothed over the entire area. Red colors are used to show hot temperature, blue shows cold, and so on. People have become very used to this (default) color scheme and so seeing, say southern Texas as a red zone makes sense. Seeing north central Canada blue makes sense.

        If the color scheme is reversed such that north central Canada is shown as red while southern Texas is shown as blue – most folks would experience perceptual dissonance – that is, they would not accept this map as truthful.

        The Polar map promulgated by the Federal agency (GISS) and used in this post does not use temperatures. Rather it presents a change in temperature. The measurements are in Celsius degrees as compared to an average. Say the actual temperature is -50.0° C while the average is -51.0° C. The difference is +1.0 C°. It is not one degree Celsius, an actual temperature above freezing (in the Fahrenheit scale that is 33.8).
        The anomaly of +1.0 calculated from the Celsius data can be reported in the Fahrenheit scale is +1.8. These calculated numbers are not temperatures.

        People using anomalies as a regular part of their work understands all of the above. Still, I wonder if even they can look at the 2nd map in this post and not have their mind register “hot” in Antarctica. To see such a map on the TV news for a few seconds is to think “hot” – but it is really dangerously cold.

        The solution would be to devise a graphic presentation for anomalies that does not mimic temperatures.

        All this is an entirely different notion of “fake” laid on top of the fake data that the post is about.

    • Alexej Buergin says:

      The BIPM publishes a brochure with the official definitions of units:
      There is no C° there.

      • Alexej Buergin says:

        Download “Text in English”, see page 118 (Celsius temperature, especially (e) )

        • Alexej Buergin says:

          “(e) The degree Celsius is the special name for the kelvin used to express Celsius temperatures. The
          degree Celsius and the kelvin are equal in size, so that the numerical value of a temperature
          difference or temperature interval is the same when expressed in either degrees Celsius or in

        • tom0mason says:

          I believe he is trying to differenciate between a temperatures (in °C or °F), and a stated difference between two temperatures.
          It would be equalent to saying (for an anomaly of x Celsius),
          “That’s x C°.”, as a shorthand for “That’s x Celsius, not Fahrenheit, degrees of difference.”

        • Alexej Buergin says:

          tom0mason says:
          October 14, 2014 at 8:13 pm

          The question is: If the international community of physicist (BIPM) says that a difference in temperatures is to be “expressed in either degrees Celsius or in kelvin”, it makes no sense when some well-meaning citizen decides to introduce and use another unit.

          The “international community” unfortunately being in Paris (France, not Texas) already results in enough confusion and disorder in the way Americans try to use units of measurement.

  13. Robertv says:

    So this is Global Warming or Global Cooling or just weather and a lesson where not to park you car when you know it is gonna rain?

  14. Cheshirered says:

    The charge here is scientific malfeasance.

    ‘ (N) The performance by a public official of an act that is legally unjustified, harmful, or contrary to law; wrongdoing (used especially of an act in violation of a public trust).’

    The witty posts above show it’s easy to lose sight of the genuine severity of the allegation. He’s submitting non-existent data in order to further his objectives. Non-existent data! It doesn’t exist, yet to promote ‘the hottest year ever’ he’s pretending it does. It’s actually a hugely damaging allegation, and he should be asked to explain himself and (if necessary) held to account.

    • Gail Combs says:

      If we could bring these criminals into court and have them tried and jailed we would. Be even when Heartland had a clear case against Peter Gleick the prosecutor can STILL refuse to bring the case to court and did so.

      I had it happen to me twice with the SoB’s who stole two of my semi trucks and a 48 ft reffer. Plenty of evidence including police officer eye wittnesses and Prepass records of out of state travel. But the DA was a demiRat so the case was stalled** for ten years and then removed from the docket as ‘Stale’
      (The head of the ring was a big contributor to the Democratic party.)

      This means the only honorable method left to us is ridicule and using Alinsky’s rules for radicals in reverse.
      RULE 5: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.” There is no defense. It’s irrational. It’s infuriating. It also works as a key pressure point to force the enemy into concessions.

      RULE 8: “Keep the pressure on. Never let up.” Keep trying new things to keep the opposition off balance. As the opposition masters one approach, hit them from the flank with something new. (Attack, attack, attack from all sides, never giving the reeling organization a chance to rest, regroup, recover and re-strategize.)

      RULE 12: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions. (This is cruel, but very effective. Direct, personalized criticism and ridicule works.) link

      ** The case was placed on the bottom of the pile and other dirty tricks like telling the criminal he could go home at the beginning of the day but making us sit through court the entire day. This was done repeatedly though the ten years. If we miss a day we automatically lose/get contempt of court charges. It is a very nasty but effective way to push busy people into dropping the charges. We didn’t so they stalled until the ReBoobs were in office who appologised and said they would bring it to court and then suddenly told us the case was too old to go to court in an abrupt turn around.

      ADVICE: If you are the victim of a crime get yourself a Darn Good Lawyer. Don’t depend on the state to protect your interests. They won’t.

      • bit chilly says:

        gail,the highlighted part of your post is so,so true. we are going through the implementation process of marine protected areas derived from the OSPAR convention and the regulations that will apply to each designated zone at the moment.

        we have multiple groups (in some area dozens) of “stakeholders” all looking not only for a slice of the pie,but pressing for legislation that will impact other stakeholders from different interest groups.typical divide and conquer tactics from government . the level of naivety from the recreational groups (of which i am part of as an angler) is breathtaking .

        they have no idea what is about to hit them. i and others have tried to show the impact in other countries,such as the magnus stevens act in the united states , to no avail to date.
        the supposedly open and transparent consultations have proved to be no such thing,as unbelievably in some cases ngo,s representing a particular group have been tasked with running the final decision process in choosing options for management in one zone,and surprise surprise,all the options presented that attendees had to choose from offer severe restrictions on activities that were previously unregulated and deemed historic rights for anglers.

        the only way to challenge this is deal direct with those hiding behind the ngo,s as individuals,not organisations.

  15. Do I detect even more statistical malfeasance in Antarctica? The few below-normal stations that are identified there seem to be getting short shrift in the homogenization process. (Don’t miss seeing the one little spot in East Antarctica, because the problem seems to be going on there, too.) Could there be some kind of arbitrary “adjustment” being made to the anomaly values prior to homogenization?


    • Gail Combs says:

      Richard, look at the light blue spot near the edge of the continent at 11 o’clock. It completely disappears into a white blob instead of joining the rest of the light blue above it.

  16. richard says:

    it’s not only here, GISS estimate up to 1200 kilometres from weather stations around the world.

  17. bobbyv says:

    what did the satellites show? that would be an interesting overlay

  18. D.SELF says:

    Gavin is making the big bucks now. The bigger the lie the bigger the payoff. This is all for the elections coming up.

  19. suyts says:

    Timely, Steve! I just wrote a post on the Antarctic last night. You see, they have to say it’s hotting in the Antarctic, in order to keep the “rising sea level” meme alive. Indeed, the recent record ice extent was blamed on “melting” glaciers in the Antarctic. Seriously, that’s what Climate Central said! And, because of that, we’re all going to drown. You guys and gals can read more here……

  20. emsnews says:

    Yes, the Huffington Post had this big article about how we are all going to drown due to more Antarctic Ice (no mention of the North Pole or record cold SUMMER Great Lakes temperatures!).

    Yes, they are insane.

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