Time For Adjustments

Ted Cruz used RSS satellite data to expose the climate scam.

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We all know what the next steps will be. The data will almost certainly be adjusted.

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h/t Chris Barron

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58 Responses to Time For Adjustments

  1. ren says:

    “Over a period of five days, the southern Algerian city of Tamanrasset has received 45mm of rain. That is a remarkable amount of rain simply because it is more than is expected in an entire year.
    Tamanrasset sits in a wadi, or valley, of the Ahhagar massif, a large volcanic mountain range in the Sahara Desert. Much of this massif is a national park and contains the famous hermitage site of Assekrem.

    Assekrem is high in the mountains, 2,700 metres above sea level, and has an annual rainfall of 118mm. Surprisingly, this is almost three times as much as Tamanrasset which sits at a lower 1,400 metres.
    Assekrem, in the same five days between March 19 and 24, exceeded its annual rainfall expectation, with 130mm caught in the rain gauge. This represents 110 per cent of average annual rainfall, as calculated from a respectable 50-year archive.
    Mountains are good producers of rain, as they force air to rise, cool and release its moisture. In the Sahara though, it is usually too dry to have enough moisture to release.
    This March, enough water vapour made it from the Atlantic, across the western desert, to make the Algerian wadis green. Satellite pictures still show the long streak of cloud, stretching from Guinea to Libya, which gave the rain.
    The rain has now stopped in the Ahhagar mountains, but there are still unusually early showers showing up in the sahel, in Niger and Mali.”

  2. ren says:

    Flash floods in one of the driest regions in the world – Chile’s Atacama desert – have left two people dead and 24 missing, officials say.
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-32062039

  3. Gail Combs says:

    Just for fun the AMO plus PDO and the effect on Drought (Don’t tell Govenor Moonbat.)

    FROM: http://appinsys.com/GlobalWarming/PDO_AMO.htm

    • David A says:

      How can central CA always be in a drought

      • Gail Combs says:

        It is a desert.

        However it does get more water when the PDO and AMO are both positive. That was the state from ~1980 to ~2000. What Californians now consider ‘normal’ They are in for quite a shock when both the PDO and AMO goes hard negative and the sun goes very quiet. (No rainy pattern EL Ninos link)

        A forward thinking leader with honest scientists advising him would be putting in thorium nuclear plants and desalinization. (Get the Israelis to help) Instead since water is one of the United Nations Agenda 21 “Talking Points” they use Eco-nut protests to have dams pulled out and no new dams built. Don’t Forget the LIAR Peter Glieck is a ‘water expert’

        President and Co-founder

        Dr. Peter Gleick is renowned the world over as a leading expert, innovator, and communicator on water and climate issues. He co-founded and leads the Pacific Institute in Oakland, celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2012 as one of the most innovative, independent non-governmental organizations in the fields of water and economic and environmental justice and sustainability….
        http://pacinst.org/about-us/staff-and-board/dr-peter-h-gleick/

        BTW, if you manage to follow the information ren is trying to convey about the Earth’s climate, going forward the earth will be leaving the ‘Goldilock weather patterns’ and getting into much nastier patterns. Since the USA deliberatelytrashed*** our food safety net, things could be getting rather interesting.

        *** Dan Amstutz wrote the draft of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture and the Draft of the Freedom to Farm bill under Reagan but the drafts were put into effect under Clinton. Dan Amstutz worked for Cargill (grain traders) and Goldman Sachs (linked to the 2008 food crisis) Dan Amstutz was also president of the North American Export Grain Association.

        World food prices soared in 2007-08, pushing hundreds of millions into poverty and causing food riots riots in more than 60 countries, all thanks to Amstutz and his friends manipulations. So they named an award after the B@$t@rd!

        The Amstutz Award is given by the North American Export Grain Association in honor of Dan Amstutz and in recognition of his outstanding and extraordinary service to the export grain and oilseed trade from the United States. Appropriately, the first recipient of this distinguished service award was Mr. Amstutz… naega(DOT)org/?page_id=301

        In other words Amstutz worked to put money into the pockets of the grain traders and their buddies so you get headlines like this:
        2010: ADM profits soar 550 percent as ethanol margins improve
        2011: Record profits for Cargill… a 63% increase… Cargill benefited from disruptions in global food supplies
        2012: Monsanto posts record second quarter, sales jump 15 percent
        2012 (3rd quarter): Monsanto posts record $8.6B in sales

  4. ren says:

    Cosmic radiation is growing again.
    http://cosmicrays.oulu.fi/

  5. Ivan says:

    Steve, your method of adjustment is just swell, you should propose it to Gavin, to save time: rotate the damn thing counter-clockwise 30% and all inhomogeneities will vanish…

  6. gator69 says:

    Just a simple tweak should do…

  7. mkelly says:

    Was there not a kerfuffle about slanting graphs several years ago with Dr. Morner (sp) having to do with sea level?

    • gator69 says:

      Now, back to satellite altimetry, which shows the water, not just the coasts, but in the whole of the ocean. And you measure it by satellite. From 1992 to 2002, [the graph of the sea level] was a straight line, variability along a straight line, but absolutely no trend whatsoever. We could see those spikes: a very rapid rise, but then in half a year, they fall back again. But absolutely no trend, and to have a sea-level rise, you need a trend. Then, in 2003, the same data set, which in their [IPCC’s] publications, in their website, was a straight line—suddenly it changed, and showed a very strong line of uplift, 2.3 mm per year, the same as from the tide gauge. And that didn’t look so nice. It looked as though they had recorded something; but they hadn’t recorded anything. It was the original one which they had suddenly twisted up, because they entered a “correction factor,” which they took from the tide gauge. So it was not a measured thing, but a figure introduced from outside. I accused them of this at the Academy of Sciences in Moscow— I said you have introduced factors from outside; it’s not a measurement. It looks like it is measured from the satellite, but you don’t say what really happened. And they answered, that we had to do it, because otherwise we would not have gotten
      any trend!

      http://www.climatechangefacts.info/ClimateChangeDocuments/NilsAxelMornerinterview.pdf

      This interview is the smoking gun of sea level tampering. Well worth the read.

      • Gail Combs says:

        No wonder they absolutely hate him.

        • gator69 says:

          If you look up his Wiki page, they give zero info on his education, but do mention his belief in dowsing, in the first paragraph, with a link to a Wiki page on dowsing. The Wiki page treats dowsing like witchcraft.

          My father, out of curiosity took two copper rods and bent them at 90 degrees to create a pair of dowsing rods. He had seen old timers dowse successfully, people who drilled wells for a living. The first thing we discovered were the locations of all the water lines under the house. I used them to find my neighbors connections to the water main, verifying this by later locating water meters. I cannot explain how it works, but it does, and I am not alone in conducting experiments on dowsing, and verifying its reality.

          “Researchers analyzed the successes and failures of dowsers in attempting to locate water at more than 2000 sites in arid regions of Sri Lanka, Zaire, Kenya, Namibia and Yemen over a 10-year period. To do this, researchers teamed geological experts with experienced dowsers and then set up a scientific study group to evaluate the results. Drill crews guided by dowsers didn’t hit water every time, but their success rate was impressive. In Sri Lanka, for example, they drilled 691 holes and had an overall success rate of 96 percent.

          “In hundreds of cases the dowsers were able to predict the depth of the water source and the yield of the well to within 10 percent or 20 percent,” says Hans-Dieter Betz, a physicist at the University of Munich, who headed the research group.

          “We carefully considered the statistics of these correlations, and they far exceeded lucky guesses,” he says. What’s more, virtually all of the sites in Sri Lanka were in regions where the odds of finding water by random drilling were extremely low. As for a USGS notion that dowsers get subtle clues from the landscape and geology, Betz points out that the underground sources were often more than 100 ft. deep and so narrow that misplacing the drill only a few feet would mean digging a dry hole.”

          http://www.popularmechanics.com/_mobile/science/1281661

          Yes, they absolutely hat Dr Morner and even lie about dowsing in attempts to smear him.

        • ren says:

          Perhaps the water stream induces a magnetic field? Some people are very sensitive to changes in the magnetic field.

        • gator69 says:

          That has been a hypothesis of mine as well.

        • Chris Barron says:

          Although water is diamagnetic, copper isn’t….for a better effect iron would be an improvement

        • gator69 says:

          I’ve seen it done with willow branches, so the mystery deepens.

        • DD More says:

          Gator –
          “Always listen to experts. They’ll tell you what can’t be done, and why. Then do it.”
          ― Robert A. Heinlein, Time Enough for Love

        • gator69 says:

          Heinlein is one of my favorite authors, thanks for the quote.

        • emsnews says:

          I do dowsing. This is how I found my own well on my mountain. The well digger guys thought I was crazy but soon after drilling, the well overflowed and ran overflowing for ten years.

          Dowsing requires being VERY relaxed. Any tension and the human interferes with the dowsing.

        • Chris Barron says:

          I’ve always wanted to believe in dowsing….perhaps because if dowsing is real then it is unequivocal proof of the existence of an as yet undefined force of nature….but….I don’t see much proof…

        • gator69 says:

          Once again we see Dawkins barking in front of a Carnival tent, and not conducting a real world experiment. But what happens in the real world?

          ” Researchers analyzed the successes and failures of dowsers in attempting to locate water at more than 2000 sites in arid regions of Sri Lanka, Zaire, Kenya, Namibia and Yemen over a 10-year period. To do this, researchers teamed geological experts with experienced dowsers and then set up a scientific study group to evaluate the results. Drill crews guided by dowsers didn’t hit water every time, but their success rate was impressive. In Sri Lanka, for example, they drilled 691 holes and had an overall success rate of 96 percent.
          “In hundreds of cases the dowsers were able to predict the depth of the water source and the yield of the well to within 10 percent or 20 percent,” says Hans-Dieter Betz, a physicist at the University of Munich, who headed the research group.

          We carefully considered the statistics of these correlations, and they far exceeded lucky guesses,” he says. What’s more, virtually all of the sites in Sri Lanka were in regions where the odds of finding water by random drilling were extremely low. As for a USGS notion that dowsers get subtle clues from the landscape and geology, Betz points out that the underground sources were often more than 100 ft. deep and so narrow that misplacing the drill only a few feet would mean digging a dry hole.”

          http://www.popularmechanics.com/_mobile/science/1281661

          So in one of the driest places on Earth, in a real world experiment and not some tent set up with boxes of water on top of God knows what, the success rate was 96%.

          As CAGW skeptics we have seen the trickery of ‘lab tests’ and recognize the value of real world observations.

          Dawkins is only fooling himself.

        • gator69 says:

          Dawkins fooling himself on CAGW…

          https://www.google.com/#q=richard+dawkins+global+warming

          https://richarddawkins.net/?s=global+warming

          Sorry, but Dawkins is not that bright. or a liar, or both.

        • Chris Barron says:

          What a shame the link to the study is a dead end….

          And that the organisation supports climate change programmes http://tinyurl.com/pl6b73d

          They must be liars too for the same reasons

        • gator69 says:

          This link works fine…

          http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/a3199/1281661/

          Dawkins is an alarmist, and believes the CAGW religion, which is provably false.

          And his tent of boxes is not a real world observation. It is a set up.

          96% accuracy is not chance.

          I would suggest you stop embarrassing yourself.

        • gator69 says:

          What a shame Dawkins is so easily duped…

          https://richarddawkins.net/?s=global+warming

          I wonder if he is aware of Islamic Law, or that Christ is not found in the Old Testament? 😆

        • Chris Barron says:

          IN fact your main link is to Popular Mechanics….who also write extensively about AGW and climate change…meaning they too are liars or stupid !
          http://tinyurl.com/qhzxoxy

        • Chris Barron says:

          Not so…the link to the data in the article does not work
          http://www.jse.com/betz_toc.html,

          I read the article and that link is supposed to be the link to the data which the AGW alarmists at Popular Mechanics refer to…it does not work

        • Chris Barron says:

          Heh..in fact if you enter ‘dowsing’ as a clue on Popular Mech’s search page there are no hits at all !
          http://www.popularmechanics.com/search/dowsing?

          They probably had to delete the pages to make room for AGW nonsense

        • Chris Barron says:

          IN FACT !!!!
          The work is supposedly published by people involved in ghostbusting…from their web page
          “The Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) is a professional organization of scientists and scholars who study unusual and unexplained phenomena. Subjects often cross mainstream boundaries, such as consciousness, unidentified aerial phenomena, and alternative medicine, yet often have profound implications for human knowledge and technology.”

          An interesting bunch of people for sure ! Not really mainstream science.
          I wonder if there is any really well recognised study on the matter ?

          It’s not that I doubt it works…I KNOW that it works because whenever I want to find water I point my divining rods at the water taps and walk in that direction 😉

  8. Aphan says:

    On the subject of adjusted data…anyone seen the next, anticipated OCO2 data posted anywhere yet?

    • Chris Barron says:

      Not personally, but it will definitely show the annual variation caused by the dieback and regrowth of flora and fauna on the planet. It just seems like a no brainer that there is a little overshoot every year of growth and that produces the rising trend we see.

  9. JN says:

    This is great. I attended a lecture by Katharine Hayhoe this evening. She put up a generic temperature chart with no data to illustrate climate variability–but then she tilted it just like Tony did here to show warming!

  10. gator69 says:

    Village Idiot says:
    March 27, 2015 at 9:01 pm
    IN fact your main link is to Popular Mechanics….who also write extensively about AGW and climate change…meaning they too are liars or stupid !
    http://tinyurl.com/qhzxoxy

    Not so…the link to the data in the article does not work
    http://www.jse.com/betz_toc.html,

    I read the article and that link is supposed to be the link to the data which the AGW alarmists at Popular Mechanics refer to…it does not work.

    Once again we see Dawkins barking in front of a Carnival tent, and not conducting a real world experiment. But what happens in the real world?

    ” Researchers analyzed the successes and failures of dowsers in attempting to locate water at more than 2000 sites in arid regions of Sri Lanka, Zaire, Kenya, Namibia and Yemen over a 10-year period. To do this, researchers teamed geological experts with experienced dowsers and then set up a scientific study group to evaluate the results. Drill crews guided by dowsers didn’t hit water every time, but their success rate was impressive. In Sri Lanka, for example, they drilled 691 holes and had an overall success rate of 96 percent.
    “In hundreds of cases the dowsers were able to predict the depth of the water source and the yield of the well to within 10 percent or 20 percent,” says Hans-Dieter Betz, a physicist at the University of Munich, who headed the research group.

    We carefully considered the statistics of these correlations, and they far exceeded lucky guesses,” he says. What’s more, virtually all of the sites in Sri Lanka were in regions where the odds of finding water by random drilling were extremely low. As for a USGS notion that dowsers get subtle clues from the landscape and geology, Betz points out that the underground sources were often more than 100 ft. deep and so narrow that misplacing the drill only a few feet would mean digging a dry hole.”

    http://www.popularmechanics.com/_mobile/science/1281661

    So in one of the driest places on Earth, in a real world experiment and not some tent set up with boxes of water on top of God knows what, the success rate was 96%.

    As CAGW skeptics we have seen the trickery of ‘lab tests’ and recognize the value of real world observations.

    Dawkins is only fooling himself.

    Please learn to read. I do not have time to educate you tonight, refute the study moron.

  11. gator69 says:

    Add Chris to the cast of Ghostbusters now!c :lol

    Now for an oldy but a goodie!

    The village idiot just keeps burnishing his credentials! 😆

    stoning to death by christianity, as spelled out in the bible

    That is what intelligent people call ‘The Old Testament’, and existed before Christ, you moron.

    When they kept on questioning him, he straightened up and said to them, “Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.”
    -John 8:7

    Come on Chris! Show us your vast knowledge! 😆

    Do I need to repeat that you were wrong, again? Yep!

    Chris the village idiot spews:

    “Islamic Law”…Nobody fears it. It doesn’t actually exist

    Why do you feel it necessary to keep proving that you are an idiot? We know already! 😆

    To Arabic-speaking people, sharia (/ʃɑːˈriːɑː/;[1] also shari’a, sharīʿah; Arabic: شريعة‎ šarīʿah, IPA: [ʃaˈriːʕa], “legislation”) means the moral code and religious law of a prophetic religion.[2][3][4] The term “sharia” has been largely identified with Islam in English usage.[5]

    Sharia (Islamic law) deals with several topics including: crime, politics, and economics, as well as personal matters such as sexual intercourse, hygiene, diet, prayer, everyday etiquette and fasting..

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharia

    Find somebody else who does not yet know you are a fool, and enlighten them for a change. 😆

  12. Richard Keen says:

    Steve….
    That climate guru, Brenda Ekwurzel of that notorious group on objective warmer, the Union of Concerned Socialists, er, scientists, already applied your correction algorithm. Fast forward to 1:06…
    http://www.celsias.com/article/ucs_-fighting-misinformation-about-climate-change/
    or

    And she’s talking about “Misleading” information!
    And check out the huge audience – looks like one in a million New Yorkers were there.

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