More On The Mind-Blowing NOAA CEI Fraud

NOAA claims that 2012 was the most extreme weather year on record in the US.

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U.S. Climate Extremes Index (CEI): Graph | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

In fact, it was one of the quietest years on record for extreme temperatures. One year does stand out as extreme, and that was 1936 – which had by far the largest number of very hot and very cold days.

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What NOAA did, was they (double) counted mild winter and spring days in 2012 as being “extreme.” They added one extreme count for mild winter days, and another for mild winter nights.  You just can’t make up fraud like this – it requires a concerted effort of government criminals to come up with something so insidious.

War is peace
Freedom is slavery
Ignorance is strength
Mild Is extreme

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5 Responses to More On The Mind-Blowing NOAA CEI Fraud

  1. Dodgy Geezer says:

    Did they only do this counting for 2012? If so, it’s obviously wrong.
    If they did this counting for all years, then surely they have a point that the weather was ‘extremely mild’ in 2012?

  2. emsnews says:

    Correct…the quote from ‘1984’ illustrates how insane our rulers are. They not only tamper with the past repeatedly, lie about the present and make up crazy scary futures to keep the sheep penned up with the wolves, they stupidly forgot that thanks to the internet, many of us can still access the Way Back Machine which reveals all their lies.

    Next, they will alter the internet to remove all this information that contradicts their insane projects.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Beautiful March weather was counted as extreme. Or actually double counted.

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