Creating A Record Global Temperature – Gavin Style

Gavin says that 2014 is the hottest ever.

His robust methodology is shown below.  He simply cools the past and warms the present, and by some strange mathematical phenomenon – the present year becomes the warmest.

ScreenHunter_4184 Oct. 29 08.52

2001 version : wayback.archive.org/web/20010507……FigA.txt
current version : data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/graphs_v3/Fig.A.txt

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6 Responses to Creating A Record Global Temperature – Gavin Style

  1. The funniest thing is the predictable use of the word “robust” in every single expert climate study, where words like neurotrophic, myasthnic, scorbic, anorexic, skeletal, anencephalic, and might more correctly apply.

  2. Jason Calley says:

    Nice creative use of a Gavin Centipede in the chart!

    If only I had paid more attention to science about 1970, the one time period when scientists knew how to take accurate measurements…

    (“Ah, but all of our adjustments are fully documented and justified! It is not our fault if net data error is monotonic and increasing for the last century!”)

  3. David A says:

    What year did they do the TOB adjustments?

  4. kirkmyers says:

    Gavin Schmidt’s intregrity (if he ever had any) went on sale long ago. He’s dug himself so deep into the AGW fraud that he’ll never walk away from his cherished fiction. He’ll defend the foolish idiocy until the bitter end. The unwillingness to accept reality (or even acknowledge the existence of the truth) is the hallmark of a true sociopath.

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