BOM Hiding All Those Inconvenient Years Before 1910

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13 Responses to BOM Hiding All Those Inconvenient Years Before 1910

  1. Marc says:

    There were no satellites before 1910.

  2. But look how much temperatures have risen since 1979!

  3. omanuel says:

    “Real Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts” – Steven Goddard

  4. Steve Case says:

    “Hide the decline!”

  5. Don B says:

    It was hot in the US in the 1800’s, as well – the record high temperature of three states was set then. In fact, 35 of the 50 state record high temperatures were set prior to 1940.

    http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0001416.html

  6. Ivan says:

    “Since the 31st December, 1862, the maximimum shade temperature has four times exceeded 113 degrees. The dates, with the corresponding readings of the maximum shade thermometers, are as
    follows :—
    January 5, 1863 ………….. 113.4
    January 7, 1866 ……………113.4
    December 24, 1868 ……… 113.6
    December 15, 1876 ……… 114.0
    JOHN TEBBUTT.
    Windsor, December 19. [1876]”
    http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13385733

    • Ivan says:

      Updated twenty years later:
      “I append the following statement of the years in which at Windsor since 1862 the shade temperature has attained to 113 degrees. The reading attached to each year is the maximum recorded for that year:—1863, 113.4 ; 1866, 113.4; 1867, 113.0; 1868, 113.6; 1876, 113.9; 1878, 117.1; 1882, 114.0; 1884, 113.1; 1896, 116.8.
      JOHN TEBBUTT. The Observatory, Windsor, Jan. 7, 1896.”
      http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72547559

  7. sabretoothed says:

    On the BOM site search Federation Drought, even the page looks muddled now trying to hide it lol

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