All Of Paraguay’s Temperature Record Has Been Tampered With


By Paul Homewood


Just when you thought it could not get any worse!

After identifying that all of the three rural stations currently operational in Paraguay had had huge warming adjustments made to their data since the 1950’s, I tended to assume that they had been homogenised against some of the nearby urban stations. Ones like Asuncion Airport, which shows steady warming since the mid 20thC.



Asuncion Airport

Silly me! When I went back to check the raw data, it turns out all of the urban sites had been tampered with in just the same way as the rural ones.

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9 Responses to All Of Paraguay’s Temperature Record Has Been Tampered With

  1. philjourdan says:

    Ground temperature is useless. There is no honesty or integrity in the data.

  2. Matt says:

    Regards from Chile. Paraguay is a perfect place to buy fake electronics, watches etc. Limited surprise that the Gavin gang did wash all the temperatures there. Typical for him, and no news in that country….

    • manicbeancounter says:

      Many Brazilians trek hundreds of miles across the border for cheap goods. There is a 60% tariff on electronics in Brazil. At Foz de Iguacu you can get a cab across the Parana river to Ciudad del Este or for $2 ride pillion on a motor bike. The place is crowded with shops and market stalls. Walked over the border a few years ago. Many shops have security guards outside holding short-barrel shot guns. You can buy the cheapest Scotch Whisky in the World, or it might be pinga colored with tea.

  3. omanuel says:

    Thanks to cooperation and unselfish input from many, “the greatest secret of the universe” is being revealed as the “greatest fraudster on Earth” is exposed:

    Misinformation-by-design to fit UN Agenda 21 explains systematic, worldwide distortions in experimental measurements and observations.

  4. Robert B says:

    Any reason why just the maximum temperatures are not used for homogenisation. They appear to vary much less than min.

    • KTM says:

      Less variability means less room for error, which in real science would be a good thing. In fake pseudo-science it means less room for exaggeration and less scary headlines.

  5. Truthseeker says:


    Steve, I have nominated you for this year’s bloggies in a number of categories.

  6. Alec aka Daffy Duck says:

    OT ,I just hadn’t seen this NASA GISS graph before.. Stations are in black:

    Source page

  7. SMS says:

    I believe even the rural sites are heavily populated. In third world countries there is rarely a true rural site. GISS considers a population of 200,000 as rural in under developed countries.

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