Guardian Demonstrates That The 19 Year Pause Is Real

The Guardian announces that UAH satellite data is no good and should be ignored.

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One satellite data set is underestimating global warming | John Abraham | Environment | The Guardian

In that case, they will have to stick with RSS data, which shows no warming for almost 19 years.

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It doesn’t make sense to go after UAH – unless Carl Mears has agreed to bring RSS in line with the needs of the climate mafia.

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34 Responses to Guardian Demonstrates That The 19 Year Pause Is Real

  1. sabretoothed says:

    So does that mean the sea level satellite is wrong too :P?

    • Gail Combs says:

      It means the ClimAstrologists have ALREADY adjusted the sea level satellite data to show what they want it to show. Gator mention this yesterday on another thread:
      gator69 says:
      March 26, 2015 at 5:49 pm

      “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!”

      Click to access NilsAxelMornerinterview.pdf

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

  2. ren says:

    Visible growth of ice in the north in recent days.

  3. A new study “suggests”… So they don’t actually know whether or not it is underestimating temps

  4. You are far too kind to the Guardian. Do you have shares in them? (Joke)

  5. David A says:

    Can anyone here still post at the Guardian. They guard their comments section very well.

  6. Athelstan. says:

    How far down can you go?

    Pretty much the Guardian, it represents the precipitous decline of the UK newspaper media, journalism of, objective recording and witnessing of world events committed to print.

    It has been, a metamorphosis from serious UK ‘broadsheet’ to one which presently merely churns out opinion pieces penned by those dedicated to expounding Marxist critical theory and given to lauding all things relating to Cultural Marxist doctrines, mostly – childish rantings at that.

    That. the Guardian promulgates and is cheerleader for the green mania is rather unsurprising when one considers that, from the editorial down to the tea boys-ladies-boys who cut’n’paste pen the myths bulk of the printed pap – most of ’em are exemplars and graduates of the British education system – but in itself that’s another story, a tale of, over time, an appalling decline and crass Governmental dereliction of its responsibilities to the welfare and future prosperity of the nation.

  7. cheshirered says:

    The Guardian is UK Climate Activist Central. Impartial or neutral don’t come into it. Check out their latest whopper; ‘Antarctic ice shelves are melting dramatically’, study says.

    Caused by what? Doesn’t say. Humans, CO2? Doesn’t say. Chances of ‘worst case scenario’ occurring? Doesn’t say. How long to wait before 3.5 meters of sea level rise due to melting / collapsing / Climate Armageddon Antarctic ice shelves? That’s right…it doesn’t say. Get the screaming headlines in, that all that counts. No context at all, deliberately lying by omission.

    Secure another research grant, secure another post in academia, job done. Pure propaganda BS.

    • Athelstan. says:

      Same old shit but what is going on here is a media blitz, the stories are unimportant – the momentum if the key, building up to Paris in December – get the stories out is the only tactic – whether there is even the slightest substance to them [or not as is the case here] – is immaterial.
      Obama is calling the shots and the world’s left wing media is compliant – this is a hearts and minds campaign being fought in the front pages of the press.

  8. nielszoo says:

    That’s too funny. I bet they looked at the offset between UAH and RSS. Since they use a different mix of satellites and UAH also uses more of the AMSU sensors their overall measurements are usually 0.05°C or so below RSS. Never mind that UAH shows a higher trend. OK, yes, the trends from both are still well inside the +/-0.3°C accuracy tolerance of the MSU sensor system… so all in the noise.

    • DD More says:

      And possibly soon they may be a little closer.
      From Dr Roy Spencer – As we finish up our new Version 6 of the UAH dataset, it looks like our anomalies in the 2nd half of the satellite record will be slightly cooler, somewhat more like the RSS dataset….but we are talking small adjustments here…hundredths of a deg. C.

      Someone needs to explain to the Guardian dweebs, “That means the current as shown temperatures are a little high and will be lowered in V6.”

  9. Scott Scarborough says:


  10. Enviro mental says:

    circular reasoning is the warmist’s best friend and lover.

  11. AndyG55 says:

    Actually, a zero trend in RSS is statistically supportable for 26 years. 🙂

  12. ren says:

    “Snow will fall in Boston, which has already shattered its seasonal snowfall record. A whopping 110.3 inches of snow has fallen this winter. An inch or two could accumulate on grassy surfaces across eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.”

    • Gail Combs says:

      I would love to see snow in DC in April instead of Cherry Blossoms.

      Do you think the Groiniad will headline Snow in Washington DC instead of Cherry Blossoms! if it does snow?

    • spren says:

      It has been snowing all day long on Saturday, 3/28 here in the woods of NE CT. While adding a new whiteness to the already maintaining snow cover, it didn’t really amount to much accumulation as it seemed to melt once it landed on any artificial surfaces such as wood decks and roads. But now as we enter the evening, it is starting to accumulate. I can’t wait for tomorrow! Maybe April will bring some spring, but March certainly hasn’t.

  13. If the cooling continues all I can say is god help us all.

  14. LEO for dummies says:

    I do love how the Guardian’s stock photo of a ‘satellite’ is a decade-plus old image of the then half-finished ISS.

  15. Scott Scarborough says:

    Considering that the Gaurdian is devoted to promoting global warming, this indicates that journalists honestly are unable to read a graph. They only glean what the graph might indicate by the political affiliation of the people who collect the data for the graph.

    • Gail Combs says:

      It means the Groiniad only hires socialist liars. I doubt if they have hired an actual journalist instead of a propagandist in years.

  16. D. Self says:

    Here it comes – “UAH is in bed with the deniers and can’t be trusted anymore”

  17. Frank K. says:

    Actually, I thought UAH showed MORE warming than RSS.

  18. gator69 says:

    More dribble from the anti-science crowd. Sensors in hotboxes are more accurate than a global satellite scan. It’s like three fleas trying to describe the anatomy of a dog, versus a CAT scan (no pun intended).

  19. darrylb says:

    John Abraham,(I am ashamed to say) teaches at at college in Minnesota and fancies himself part of the rapid response team.
    One time he challenged something from John Christy, who along with Roy Spencer give us UAH.
    Christy did not know who Abraham was, but stated Abraham was not even talking about the correct subject matter.
    Another time,he suggested that there should be a category 6 for hurricanes. In response a hurricane expert, I do not remember who, characterized that idea as bat shit stupid.
    Abraham appears to be another self indulgent wannabe elite scientist.
    He is another example of egos trumping the basic code of science inquiry. Analyze everything, and do not accept anything as a fact anything until it has been repeated, by investigation many times over. That is why we have freedom of Information laws/
    Example of putrid science: accepting as fact the hockey stick, even though it contradicted hundreds of long standing historical events and data.

  20. wallensworth says:

    The climastrolgists are already actively engaged in the crucifixion of Sen. Cruz over the 0.15C difference between UAH and RSS.


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