50% Of Reported Global Warming Is Due To Post 1999 Data Tampering

In 1999, NASA reported 0.6C warming from 1882 to 1996. Now they report almost twice that much warming from 1882 to 1996. Note that the alterations have been far outside of the green error bars, indicating incompetence, fraud, or both.

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1999 Figure 1: Global annual-mean surface air temperature change based on the meteorological station network.

2015 Versiontraditional analysis using only meteorological station data

The next graph shows the same thing, normalized to 1880’s temperatures.

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This is the biggest fraud in science history, and needs to be investigated by Congress immediately.

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6 Responses to 50% Of Reported Global Warming Is Due To Post 1999 Data Tampering

  1. Billy Liar says:

    They just put those error bars in to make it appear credible.

  2. Krakatoa says:

    The gov. is all in on this scam. They support it financially. Congress is part of the gov., there will be no investigation except for people like us who resist.

  3. Marsh says:

    Investigate by Congress ? How about a Nuremberg style Trial, to prosecute those involved with Climate Change fraud ; with a mandate to set prison terms for such criminals.

  4. aeroguy48 says:

    When Donald Trump gets in office, he will defund all the global warming scam programs run by the Feral government.

  5. CodeTech says:

    Is it just me, or does the crossover point coincide with the “summer of love”?

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