NOAA reports almost two degrees warming in the US, almost all of which is fake, and is derived from fake data. The red line below is the average of all of the measured station data, and the blue line is the average of all of reported station data. The US government has created a completely fake US warming trend, which the thermometers did not measure.
The graph below shows the spectacular hockey stick of data tampering NOAA is doing to the US data set.
The primary mechanism they use for this data tampering, is to simply fabricate data. Fake data is marked with an ‘E’ like this data for Baudette, MN. It means they have no underlying data for that station during that month.
Almost half of their reported data is now fake.
In 1989, NOAA reported that there had been no warming in the US.
U.S. Data Since 1895 Fail To Show Warming Trend
By PHILIP SHABECOFF, Special to the New York Times Published: January 26, 1989
After examining climate data extending back nearly 100 years, a team of Government scientists has concluded that there has been no significant change in average temperatures or rainfall in the United States over that entire period.
The study, made by scientists for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration was published in the current issue of Geophysical Research Letters. It is based on temperature and precipitation readings taken at weather stations around the country from 1895 to 1987.
In 1999, NASA’s James Hansen reported that much of the US was cooling.
in the U.S. there has been little temperature change in the past 50 years, the time of rapidly increasing greenhouse gases — in fact, there was a slight cooling throughout much of the country
But the fraud is vastly worse than it seems. Since NOAA reported no US warming in 1989, thermometers have continued to show no US warming. One hundred percent of US 1990-2014 warming is due to fake data.
This is the biggest fraud in history, and more than 97% of climate scientists base their work on completely fraudulent data from NOAA and NASA. The “consensus” is based on sham data.