More Data Fraud From NASA

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10 Responses to More Data Fraud From NASA

  1. Anything is possible says:

    Thermometers? We don’t need no stinkin’ thermometers.

    • MrX says:

      Exactly! Who needs thermometers when alarmists already know what the world should be like (burning from fossil fuels)? No need for actual data. /sarc

  2. lance says:

    Interesting they started in April, considering J,F,M were brutal cold…just added up my temps for A-S, and for southern Alberta, i show us as .3C below average…(HOWEVER),…i don’t have data for my site from 1950-80…

    • stewart pid says:

      Lance … they are crooked liars but they aren’t stupid … I too noticed that once the warmth of spring time hit then the drum beat of “warmest ever” started playing over the jungle grape vine for the dimwitted to swallow, hook, line and sinker!!

      • Here in upstate NY the summer was so cold the corn never ripened, many of the farmers didn’t bother to harvest it. That’s the first time that happened since the summer of 1992 due to Pinatubo. I look at the map and it says yellow, the +0.2 to +0.5 zone. These pieces of shizzle really rock my world.

  3. Siberia also seems to be a contradiction in the two maps.

  4. Brian G Valentine says:

    Nice to start in April. That “polar vortex” shit in North America must make things look pretty awful

  5. Chewer says:

    Some prison time with 6′-10″ fellow cellmate Gyro Jerry, may straighten them out 😉

  6. omanuel says:

    Suyts Space has a video of the old Russian song, “Those were the days!”

    http://suyts.wordpress.com/2014/10/24/those-were-the-days-open-thread/

    Now after listening to five years of official excuses for the Climategate emails that surfaced in late Nov 2009,

    and recalling the glory of NASA’s Apollo Moon landing in 1960, . . .

    we are better able to understand the music of those who lived under Stalin.

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