Texas Sized Data Tampering

Some of the most impressive NCDC climate fraud is done in Texas, where they turn a long term cooling trend into an out of control warming trend.


So far, Texas is having their coldest year on record.





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9 Responses to Texas Sized Data Tampering

  1. Madman2001 says:

    I could use a bit of explanation. What is NCDC? What is HCN?

    The graphs are interesting, but us plebeians could use a bit of verbiage to understand what we’re seeing.


  2. dikstr says:

    NCDC = National Climate Data Center
    HCN = Historical Climate Network

  3. gator69 says:

    “Texas emits the most greenhouse gases in the U.S. The state emits nearly 1.5 trillion pounds (680 billion kg) of carbon dioxide annually. As an independent nation, Texas would rank as the world’s seventh-largest producer of greenhouse gases. Causes of the state’s vast greenhouse gas emissions include the state’s large number of coal power plants and the state’s refining and manufacturing industries. In 2010, there were 2,553 “emission events” which poured 44.6 million pounds of contaminants into the Texas sky.”


    And yet… 😆

  4. NavarreAggie says:

    Now, Tony, if you’d only taken THIS course while you were there…then you might have the correct mindset 🙂


  5. philjourdan says:

    It is not with a massive swing of the sword that they perish, but a thousand cuts at the hands of incredulous meteorologists around the world.

  6. gregole says:

    The tampering is bad enough but the magnitude of the tampering is amazing! And even after all the fraud, all Gavin could muster was a 38% chance 2014 was hottest evah!


  7. Andy DC says:

    The most remarkable aspect of that chart is the cooling between 1940 and 1980, all while CO2 was rising.

  8. globalcooler says:

    Reblogged this on Globalcooler's Weblog and commented:
    They say never mess with Mother Nature. She’ll get you. But don’t eva’ mess with Texas.

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