Daily Archives: October 24, 2014

More Data Fraud From NASA

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Hurricanes Set A New Milestone

Today marks nine years without a major hurricane (111+ MPH winds) strike in the US, and nine years without a hurricane strike in Florida. Both are records. During the 19th century Florida averaged more than one hurricane per year, but … Continue reading

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Visualizing Temperature Data Tampering At NASA And NCDC

It doesn’t matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn’t matter how smart you are. If it doesn’t agree with experiment, it’s wrong. – Richard P. Feynman NASA and NCDC are going to claim that 2014 was the hottest year … Continue reading

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At The Peak Of The 1997 El Nino, The Sea Surface Was Elevated Half A Meter

Along the equator in the eastern Pacific, the sea surface was elevated half a meter in late 1997 – due to wind and warm water.

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Sea Level At Miami Up 1 cm Since 1992

In only 2,000 years, sea level will be up one meter in Miami. People better start packing now.

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US Climate Getting Much Less Extreme

Contrary to the nonsensical Climate Extremes Index published by NCDC, the US climate is getting much less extreme. The graph below plots the average percent of stations which recorded temperatures over 100ºF, or below 0ºF per year.  The most extreme … Continue reading

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