NASA/NCDC Fraud Released Right On Schedule

Gavin just announced that 2014 was the hottest year ever, ignoring the fact that his error bar is 500% larger than his claimed record, ignoring that satellite data disagrees, ignoring the record Antarctic sea ice, ignoring the above average global sea ice, ignoring the record snow cover, and ignoring common sense.

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The United States has gone full Goebbels.


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61 Responses to NASA/NCDC Fraud Released Right On Schedule

  1. DGP says:

    NASA is actually saying it was the warmest since 1880. Apparently, the Earth’s recorded history started in 1880.

    Gillis has no excuse, 1880 is in the 1st sentence of the press release.

    • stpaulchuck says:

      it’s their most infamous half truth. The deliberately choose a period just after the end of the Little Ice Age (which they deny happened). so let me see, an ice age ends and it gets warmer. What’s shocking about that? Nothing, unless you are a dedicated LIV or looking for a cause to join to improve your Pious Points.

  2. richard says:

    and in your own words, Steve, ignoring the fact that a lot of the temp data is based on estimates in the US-

    but also worldwide.

  3. gator69 says:

    The one thing that Gavin never ignores…

    • rah says:

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      • gator69 says:

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        • rah says:

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        • gator69 says:

          Cool. Real talent can make itself known no matter the medium.

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        • stpaulchuck says:

          those two cello players are just AWESOME!

    • nielszoo says:

      Welcome my son
      Welcome to the machine
      What did you dream?
      It’s alright we told you what to dream

  4. daveandrews723 says:

    When you are trying to save the world from the apocalypse don’t sweat the details. These climate scientists feel the weight of the world on their shoulders.

  5. Theyouk says:

    And our local news (KCRA) is not posting my comments on the article (of course). Dissent must be silenced!

    This is organized crime, on a national scale.

  6. Ockham says:

    We are talking 1/100 of a degree or so. 2014 would have to be a massive half a degree warmer to bring observations up to the level of the climate model ensemble mean. And … it would have to be much warmer yet to bring the entire trend line of the observed temperatures to even resemble to the models. They are so far behind, I don’t see how they can catch up.

    But hey, they have their talking point.

  7. Richard M says:

    What is really amazing is the divergence between satellites and surface data since the failure of the Copenhagen climate summit.

  8. Dave says:

    Well you can fret the details but the headlines are all that matter. The claim 2014 was the hottest year ever will carry a lot of weight with the general public.

    • rah says:

      Let us see if the polls show that over the next couple of months?

    • gator69 says:

      ‘A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.’
      -Mark Twain

      Only now, that lie can circle the globe a trillion times, while the media denies the truth even has shoes.

    • Jeff says:

      Newest gallup poll shows 57% of Americans uninterested in climate change. Same 43% Democrats as always.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Environment Update
        Voters Have an Unfavorable View of the EPA
        Fewer voters than ever have a favorable opinion of the Environmental Protection Agency, and a plurality say that its regulations and actions hurt the economy.

        A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 32% of Likely U.S. Voters have a favorable opinion of the EPA,

        …..survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted on December 21-22, 2014 by Rasmussen Reports.

        Global Warming is Primarily Caused By…

        Date …. Human activity ….. Planetary Trends ….. Other Reason
        Dec 2014 … 42% …………………. 42% ……………………. 7%
        Oct 2014… . 47% …………………. 37% …………………. 6%

        Rasmussen has conducted the global warming poll every few months since April 2008. The highest “human activity” has been 47% and the lowest 33% in the months after Climategate. It was not until 2012 that climategate ‘wore off’

  9. emsnews says:

    Hard to convince anyone outside of California that last year was the ‘Hottest Year EVAH’.

    No, people will see this as really nasty lying.

  10. richard says:

    been following ice age now over the years, have to say i have never seen a year like 2014 for reports on cold temps broken and record snow worldwide.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Let’s all pray for record low temperatures and a blinding blizzard in DC on January 20th

    • Gail Combs says:

      Richard have you really looked at the winter information from 2008 on?

      “Severe snowstorms over broad swaths of eastern and central China have wreaked havoc on traffic throughout the country, creating gigantic passenger backups, spawning accidents and leaving at least 24 people dead, according to state news reports. In many areas, where snow has continued falling for several days, the accumulation has been described as the heaviest in as many as five decades.” – 1/28/2008

      In Canada, several all-time snowfall records were set during winter, reaching more than 550 centimetres (cm) in many locations, including Quebec City.- 12/13/2009

      The USA had snow in all fifty states. Lots of new cold and snow records in the USA this past week – 12/13/2009

      “UP to 20 million farm animals may die in Mongolia before spring as the fiercest winter in living memory grips the country, International Aid Agencies warned today.” (half of Mongolia’s entire herd—may perish, , a quarter of a million animals and livestock died each week… – Feb 8, 2010

      What was interesting about this winter was the snow and cold was not as localized.

      And since I am stealing his graphs AND I live in NC this travesty at Duke University:

    • Gail Combs says:

      Oh good grief they have this picture:

      Atmosphere aerosol loading: Emissions spew from smokestacks at a Kansas coal-fired power palnt (Charlie Riedel/AP)

      • Gail Combs says:

        Who is Charlie Riedel?

        Charlie Riedel Named the 2010 Fred Moen Missouri-Kansas Associated Press Staffer of the Year

        Charlie Riedel ’83, Overland Park, began working for Associated Press in Kansas City as a staff photographer in 2000. Since then, he has attracted a great deal of positive attention for the AP. Riedel was not only named the 2010 Fred Moen Missouri-Kansas AP Staffer of the Year, but he also received the 2010 APME News Photos Award for one of his photos of a pelican drenched with oil after the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The judges said the image has become “symbolic of the entire tragedy in the Gulf.”

      • rah says:

        At least they didn’t show cooling towers spewing steam like the idiots have done time and again in the past. They really like those because they look so impressive and have such a big top as compared to a smoke stack. BTW I bet the pic was taken in cold weather and there is a whole lot of condensation that makes it appear to be really smoky. I have been around a hundred or so coal fired power plants and the only time they make a bunch of black smoke generally is during start up. But that shows three stacks representing probably separate generating units and you just start one unit at one time after it’s been shut down.

  11. This just in:

    2015 is on course to be the hottest year ever, much hotter than 2014.

  12. Owen says:

    The Canadian media will jump all over this. The news anchors will be pounding their desk, tears rolling down their cheeks, telling us the world is coming to an end unless we stop using carbon. Canadians will eat it up like village idiots and demand their governments do something before it’s too late.

    I mourn for my country. It’s people are morons.

  13. rah says:

    Yes .02 deg C and .04 deg F will certainly mean “the Pause” is over! The world is doomed. (Sarc).

  14. Bob says:

    Well, if this is true, then why are we worried? We should be celebrating. The world handled it quite well. There was hardly any weather anywhere that was out of the ordinary. Crops near me failed because of snow in early September so we could have used even warmer weather. The dangers and the catastrophes are overrated. The warmest year on record provided a reasonably decent year weather wise (though it did reach -40.3C at my house in March).

    I think an even warmer year might provide an even more agreeable climate for all!

    • rah says:

      Personally Bob I think it should be argued that it is BS instead of accepting what they say and arguing about that. Just tell it like it is. It’s a flat out fraud created by manipulation of the data, including the omission of and downward adjustment of historic data, and has absolutely no scientific or practical relevance with the exception of PR and politics.

    • Dave says:

      No we are on the verge of disaster! “At the rate things are going, the Earth in the coming decades could cease to be a “safe operating space” for human beings. That is the conclusion of a new paper published Thursday in the journal Science by 18 researchers trying to gauge the breaking points in the natural world.”

      But we see this is really about control of human beings, and not the environment:

      “What the science has shown is that human activities — economic growth, technology, consumption — are destabilizing the global environment,” said Will Steffen, who holds appointments at the Australian National University and the Stockholm Resilience Center and is the lead author of the paper.”

      • Bob says:

        I agree entirely with Steve Goddard’s attacks on the temperature records. His analysis is compelling.

        What I mean to say is that if 2014 was the hottest year on record, I am all for it. Give us more. The planet has managed exceptionally well. Perhaps it will be even better with more warmth.

        • rah says:

          Makes one wonder what the chicken little would do if a real drastic change in temperature happens doesn’t it? Perhaps survivalists have a point? No, I’m not one. I already was one before there was such a term. If one lives out of a rucksack long enough in inclement conditions and learns how to make Lye soap and how to build your own cabin and chink it, run your own trout and trap lines, hunt, then one is after all a “survivalist” even if before that they called you a boy scout or just a good ole American boy.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Voss Norway just got 8 feet (meters) of snow with more on the way
          Enough that some buildings in Voss have collapsed under the weight and several municipal buildings are in danger of collapsing. civil defense authorities asked for assistance in shoveling massive amounts of snow from roofs on municipal buildings. And more snow, possible rain is on it’s way.

          Earlier this winter Norway –was forced to remove excessive snow from ski slopes.
          “During the last two days we’ve got more snow than we had in the last two years together,”</b. says Vegar Sårheim. “I had never believed we would experience this.”

          Then you have Buffalo New York. 30 major roof collapses, 100 minor collapses with SEVEN FEET of snow in one storm as much as they get in the entire winter — in November along with one meter of snow in eastern Turkey. Iran – Snow and blizzards began in early November and still continue. There is snow in Africa, Saudi Arabia, Jerusalem, Greek islands in the Mediterranean are buried under 6½ ft (2 m) of snow

          Japan has been plastered with storm after storm and another is on the way.

          This summer, Record cold in Winnipeg – Coldest July 13th since 1884. Manali, India – Coldest summer season in decades. Freak summer blizzard and hail hit Siberia, Urals ( town of Zlatoust in Russia’s South Urals ) Heavy snowfall in the Alps in July

          Rare snow blankets Bombala, a town in south-eastern New South Wales, Australia, approximately 485 kilometres south of Sydney. Brisbane recorded its coldest morning in 103 years on July 13, 2014, with low temperatures also being felt across the rest of the Queensland state.
          Brisbane – Vegetable prices expected to soar

          ..Meanwhile, the cold snap is predicted to send vegetable prices soaring up to three times normal prices. The combination of an unusually late start to winter plus a sudden plummet to near-record lows has confused the growing cycles of just about every plant.”..

          OH, and don’t forget the record ice on the great lakes two years in a row not to mention the snow in the gulf of Mexico.

          I kid you Spanish Fort:Alabama is on a bay in the Gulf of Mexico and the bay is full of ICE:


          The only reason the CAGW scamsters can get away with Warmest year EVAH! Is because the MSM has a news blackout on cold and snow events.

  15. Pooka says:

    Was just over at Ars Technica where the tech geeks are lapping this up like sweet cream. Uh huh. Hottest years. Uh huh. Consensus. Yes. Do not question. Obey.

    You even ask a question and they downvote you to oblivion. The geek community used to be so skeptical and libertarian. The new generation is a pack of useless, arrogant, group think sheep. What happened?

  16. Steve Case says:

    Here’s what it will look like once Woodfortrees updates:

  17. Jay Marshall says:

    Can anyone tell me how many Sats were up in the 1880’s

    Thanks in advance

  18. Since we’re all going to be killed by terrorists, why worry about climate change?

  19. gofer says:

    Anyone intelligent enough to come up with this nonsense is also intelligent enough to know its a meaningless fraud only used to advance political agendas. They use one fraud, the 97%, to support another fraud. Remember the 9 out of 10 doctors smoke Camels or whatever. Its a constant appeal to authority. These scientists can’t possibly believe the garbage being put out but it fits with their ideology of economic activity, consumerism and enviromental exploitation just has to be destroying the world.

  20. stpaulchuck says:

    the stridency itself is getting alarming!

    Yahoo has three top of the list articles declaring we are already in a disaster. Not that we’re headed that way but already in the midst of it! All of which flies in the face of actual worldwide stats on hurricanes, tornadoes, drought, etc.

    One article declares we are just around the corner from a mass extinction event in the oceans. Good grief! These people are driving me nuts with their provably BS rants.

  21. emsnews says:

    Hurricanes hardly happen while tornados are nada…but blizzards are plenty.

    So…this means hottest year evah, right?

  22. sabretoothed says:

    NASA Goddard
    1 min ·

    Employees: Due to the weather, the center will not open until 10 am ET.
    Antony Van Eeten
    Like ·
    · Share · 5

  23. sabretoothed says:

    Ice free arctic coming 😛

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