Another Graphical View Of NCDC Fraud

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High and Low Temperatures | Climate Change | US EPA

NCDC and EPA claim that hot summer maximums were more widespread in 2012 than they were in 1936. The animation below shows how spectacularly fraudulent those claims are.


2012 wasn’t even in the same ballpark as 1936. This is just blatant fraud.

There were no 110 degree temperatures in the central US this year.

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9 Responses to Another Graphical View Of NCDC Fraud

  1. I wonder if they are aware that the US is only 2% of the globe. I believe I read about that recently.

  2. Sparks says:

    Have you read this?

    Some real classic quotes.

    “Global warming has doubled risk of harsh winters in Eurasia, research finds”

  3. SMS says:

    Totally meaningless metric. Reported numbers are not spacial and therefore of no statistical meaning.

    The only temperature that counts is the one that UAH reports and that number is telling us that CAGW is a myth.

  4. tom0mason says:

    Well it’s because all the heat is hiding in the oc…., er, hiding. OK?
    And that why it’s cooler beacause all the ice has been melt…, er, ummm, hiding the heat!

    Hey Micky, and you too Gavin,
    I got a new one for you – The heat is hiding in the ice.
    That’ll work wouldn’t it?

    • Wendy says:

      Tom0Mason I just recently read that the heat is hiding under the newly formed ice…

      • tom0mason says:

        Yep the idea that the heat is in the ice as believable as “the check is in the mail”. The problem is there is no ‘heat’ to go missing as the CO2 theory is just wrong.

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