Another Smoking Gun Of Temperature Fraud At NASA

In 1999, NASA’s James Hansen wrote that the US was cooling, even as greenhouse gases rapidly increased.

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Science Briefs
Whither U.S. Climate?
By James Hansen

Empirical evidence does not lend much support to the notion that climate is headed precipitately toward more extreme heat and drought

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 (Figure 2).

NASA GISS: Science Briefs: Whither U.S. Climate?

The US has (by far) the most credible temperature record in the world, so this cooling was devastating to their global warming theory. NASA responded to this challenge as they always do, by tampering with the data and making the cooling disappear.

GISSUS1999vs20151999 version: 1999_Hansen_etal_1.pdf
2015 version: Fig.D.gif (525×438)

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10 Responses to Another Smoking Gun Of Temperature Fraud At NASA

  1. Scarface says:

    This Hansen-guy is amazing, From sceptic to uber-alarmist.
    What the hell happened there.

    • Gail Combs says:

      $$$$$

    • rah says:

      The guy is a wacko that’s been arrested multiple times for protesting.

    • I see no reason to think that Hansen wasn’t on board with the CO2 conspiracy from the moment he heard about it.

      What may have been the case back then was that he felt it necessary to stick to what he could prove, for the “good” of the cause. (They were tiptoeing through minefields back then, vis-à-vis what many of their less sympathetic colleagues would let them get away with.)

      Today, he and his friends see no such need, because they now know that their comrades in government, politics, and academic administration will have their backs when they commit comprehensive scientific fraud, erase the true data, and then slander their critics.

      So, in short, it is not Hansen but the academic environment which has changed, and profoundly so. To the conspirators’ delight, surely!

      — RT

  2. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    “In 1999, NASA’s James Hansen wrote that the US was cooling, even as greenhouse gases rapidly increased.”

    Hansen was spot on, until the ‘global warming’ agenda deemed cooling ‘inconvenient’…

  3. rah says:

    28 deg. F was this Sunday mornings low here near Anderson, IN. It was 29 yesterday morning. Truly frost on the pumpkin time. Glad I brought in the Mezoo Trailing Red succulent in a hanging basket we had outside until Friday. It’s now hanging in the west facing bay window where it should do fine. Turned on the heat in the house and got the fireplace going for the first time this fall Friday. Going to have to take my motorcycle to my nephews shop for heated winter storage as soon as we have a half way warm day again when I’m not on the road working.

    Harvest is well past halfway done. Most the soy beans are in based on what I’ve seen during my travels around the state recently but there’s still a considerable amount of field corn yet to be harvested.

    • Gail Combs says:

      We matched you RAH, two days of a low of 29 on the 18th and then 28 today.

      Anderson, IN is at latitude 40.1° N I am at 35.5° N so a wee bit further south.

      Our harvests have not been good. Two weeks of rain made the fields too soggy to get into and now freezing weather at night for the rest of the week. I see a lot of crops including tobacco, corn and soybeans still sitting in the fields. (DARN! There goes the tomatoes, peppers and squash up the street at the farm stand too.)

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