NASA Data Tampering Has Destroyed The Global Temperature Record

In 1961, there was unanimous consensus that the world was cooling.

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SCIENTISTS AGREE WORLD IS COLDER – But Climate Experts Meeting Here Fail to Agree on Reasons for Change – View Article – NYTimes.com

NASA now shows 1961 as the hottest year since 1880. NASA and NCDC have completely destroyed the scientific value of the temperature record through data tampering.

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15 Responses to NASA Data Tampering Has Destroyed The Global Temperature Record

  1. emsnews says:

    Yes, they got rid of the 1930’s bump.

  2. David A says:

    Yet Zeke and Mosher only show tiny adjustments?

    Also did it not continue to cool right through the 60s and most of the 70s.

  3. SxyxS says:

    in the third millenium

    Science is the believe in green communist agendas.

  4. Dan W. says:

    Either the consensus was wrong or NASA is wrong. The two things cannot both be right. This can mean only one thing: The discrepancy will be ignored, LOOK! Squirrel.

    • Gail Combs says:

      You can see the Koppen plant based climate boundary moved south by about 200 miles in the lower graph.

      The 1974 CIA Report verifies the southern movement of the plant based climate boundary and its affect on agriculture.

      “… Since 1972 the grain crisis has intensified…. Since 1969 the storage of grain has decreased from 600 million metric tons to less than 100 million metric tons – a 30 day supply… many governments have gone to great lengths to hide their agricultural predicaments from other countries as well as from their own people…

      pg 9
      The archaeologists and climatotologists document a rather grim history… There is considerable evidence that these empires may not have been undone by barbarian invaders but by climatic change…. has tied several of these declines to specific global cool periods, major and minor, that affected global atmospheric circulation and brought wave upon wave of drought to formerly rich agricultural lands.

      Refugees from these collapsing civilizations were often able to migrate to better lands… This would be of little comfort however,… The world is too densely populated and politically divided to accommodate mass migration.

      Page 18 talks of coming glaciation.
      Scientists are confident that unless man is able to effectively modify the climate, the northern regions… will again be covered with 100 to 200 feet of ice and snow. That this will occur within the nexy 2,500 years they are quite positive; that it may occur sooner is open to speculation.

      page 22 states:
      The climate of the 1800s was far less favorable for agriculture in most areas of the world. In the United States during that century, the midwest grain-producing areas were cooler and wetter and snow lines of the Russian steppes lasted for longer periods of time. More extended periods of drought were noted in the areas of the Soviet Union now known as the new lands. More extensive monsoon failures were common around the world, affecting in particular China, the Philippines and the Indian Subcontinent.

      The Wisconsin analysis questions whether a return to these climate conditions could support a population that has grown from 1.1 billion in 1850 to 3.75 billion in 1970. The Wisconsin group predicted that the climate could not support the world’s population since technology offers no immediate solution. Further world grain reserves currently amount to less than one month; thus any delay in supplies implies mass starvation. They also contended that new crop strains could not be developed over night… Moreover they observed that agriculture would become even more energy dependent in a world of declining resources.
      “A Study of Climatological Research as it Pertains to Intelligence Problems”

      Click to access 1974.pdf

      • ” Koppen plant based climate boundary”
        I don’t believe that boundary at all. There is nothing you can’t grow 200 miles north of that line right now that you could have grown 100 years ago. The only thing that has changed the makeup of crop production here in Illinois is supply and demand and the loss of small farms..

        • Gail Combs says:

          You have several things that influence what you can grow. a couple are:
          Last freeze date and first freeze date
          The second is heating degree days.

          Tomatoes are an excellent indicator. Tomatoes’ optimum daytime temperature range for setting fruit is between 70º- 85ºF. Heirloom tomatoes can be fussier about temperatures than most hybrid tomatoes. As the temperature has fallen in recent year I have seen more complaints about tomatoes not setting fruit.

          It’s Cold, Just Ask The Tomatoes

          The Tomato Knows

          As far as not believing the climate boundary lines moved,ask the people in Florida. The citrus fruit groves all moved south because they got wiped out – repeatedly. That is why only 8% of farmers believe CAGW. The rest know it is a con.

          Köppen climate classification, widely used, vegetation-based empirical climate classification system developed by German botanist-climatologist Wladimir Köppen. His aim was to devise formulas that would define climatic boundaries in such a way as to correspond to those of the vegetation zones (biomes) that were being mapped for the first time during his lifetime. Köppen published his first scheme in 1900 and a revised version in 1918. He continued to revise his system of classification until his death in 1940. Other climatologists have modified portions of Köppen’s procedure on the basis of their experience in various parts of the world….
          http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/322068/Koppen-climate-classification

        • handjive says:

          7 Jan 2015,
          Cooler summer days have led to plenty of tomatoes at the Alice Springs community garden.
          “I am currently picking these gorgeous tomatoes,” she said.
          “We’ve been really lucky with the weather.
          “When it gets too hot the flowers don’t actually produce any fruit.
          “We have got more tomatoes than we can actually eat,” she said.

          http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-01-07/alice-springs-community-garden/6002820

      • Snowleopard says:

        The ’74 report did OK, considering how little was known about cycles then. A short to medium term return to little ice age conditions seems more likely now. The long term prognosis (return to glaciation) remains valid short of unforeseen changes in our galactic neighborhood.

        I wonder if the benefits of increased CO2 (faster plant growth and more temperature tolerance) will slow the loss of growing area as temperatures decrease this cycle? Or will this colder cycle (due to decreased insolation and solar activity) quickly overwhelm that benefit?

  5. X Robinson says:

    Just to advance learning, I found this article to be very helpful in regards to presenting facts and information to people.

    http://time.com/110643/how-to-win-every-argument/

    “So what happened in people’s brains when they saw information that contradicted their worldview in a charged political environment? As soon as they recognized the video clips as being in conflict with their worldview, the parts of the brain that handle reason and logic went dormant. And the parts of the brain that handle hostile attacks — the fight-or-flight response — lit up.”

    There are actual physical, actual real biological reasons why facts won’t change somebodies mind.

  6. sfx2020 says:

    If that is correct, then showing it to somebody won’t change their mind about the problem. They will just become angry with you.

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