GISS Secret Revealed

For the first time, government scientists have revealed how they take Earth’s temperature to an accuracy of 0.01 degrees.

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23 Responses to GISS Secret Revealed

  1. Pathway says:

    Is that a tribble?

  2. Thermometer or something a little more personal?
    Y’know finger on the pulse of (AGW) science sort of thing.

  3. AndyG55 says:

    And because the number of stations varies considerably from month to month, as well as the amount of junk food fed to the tribbles…….

    …..its like measuring a different tribble each month.

  4. AndyG55 says:

    Oops, where is he putting that thermometer !!!!!

  5. Richo says:

    Is the cats name Gavin?

  6. Larry Geiger says:

    Here is perfect example of one of his posts that makes absolutely no sense to me. Hey, it’s your blog and some times I love it, but about half the time I have no clue what is going on. Oh, well. Nothing new.

    • rah says:

      That cat is having his temperature taken rectally. Get it now?

      • Gail Combs says:

        Not only that but the cat is nearly spherical.

        Which conjures up memories of E.M. Smith’s Article: Assume A Spherical Cow
        “I am not trying to calculate a “Global Average Temperature”, I am looking for information about the structure of the temperature data that we have for the planet. Basically, my major goal is to see how big the DATA problem is as a first step….” – E.M. Smith

    • Larry, you clearly have never taken a selfie after your doctor pulled on his latex gloves.

      • Sharpshooter says:

        Better would have been AFTER the doc took off his latex gloves.

        • Yes, in conventional terms, the contemplative look could mean “I know what will happen to me” or “I know what has happened to me” but more precisely, time has ceased to exist for the cat.

          He has moved beyond the constraints and indignities of space-time continuum. The grammar of our language fails us in its insistence on tenses and verb conjugations, singular versus plural, and on irrelevant subject-object relationships. Having been there before, I would describe it thus:

          “I am become godhead. I am finger. I am glove. All is one. Outside is inside. Past and future is now.”

          All men know.

  7. dom says:

    Poor kitty; that indignity is nearly as bad as being hired to play both King Theoden and CPT Edward Smith in two blockbuster movies…..

  8. globalcooler says:

    Reblogged this on Globalcooler's Weblog and commented:
    Yup! I remember the episode of Star Trek. They had Tribbles everywhere. FUNNY!

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