Ice Doesn’t Lie, But NASA Scientists Do

In 2006, NASA knew that Antarctic temperatures had “decreased significantly” in recent decades.

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Antarctic Temperature Trend 1982-2004 : Image of the Day

Shindell, D.T., and G.A. Schmidt 2004. Southern Hemisphere climate response to ozone changes and greenhouse gas increases. Geophys. Res. Lett. 31, L18209, doi:10.1029/2004GL020724.

While most of the Earth warmed rapidly during recent decades,surface temperatures decreased significantly over most of Antarctica.

Pubs.GISS: Abstract of Shindell and Schmidt 2004

This cooling trend was confirmed by a steady increase in sea ice surrounding the continent.


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Satellites also show a cooling trend over the oceans surrounding Antarctica.


RSS / MSU Data Images / Monthly

But this cooling didn’t suit the global warming agenda, so in 2007 NASA simply made the cooling disappear.

wilkins_avh_2007Disintegration: Antarctic Warming Claims Another Ice Shelf : Feature Articles

They used this completely implausible excuse for their data tampering

This image was first published on April 27, 2006, and it was based on data from 1981-2004. A more recent version was published on November 21, 2007. The new version extended the data range through 2007, and was based on a revised analysis that included better inter-calibration among all the satellite records that are part of the time series.

In other words, they are criminals committing fraud for political and funding purposes.

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7 Responses to Ice Doesn’t Lie, But NASA Scientists Do

  1. It seems the satellite re-analysis and re-inter-calibration averted the real threat: The disintegration of career NASA employees’ careers.

  2. Marsh says:

    Of all the Corporations, involved with Climate Fraud, NASA could suffer the most damage to their name & reputation ; given the evidential starting point and fall from grace !

  3. ren says:

    Magnetic activity of the sun was high and the polar vortex was strong.

    Therefore, the temperature in the stratosphere over the polar circle very low.

    The low temperature also in the lower latitudes.

    Antarctic ozone today: Ozone depletion is now extensive and the ozone hole covers Antarctica. The ozone hole grew rapidly from mid August onwards and is near its largest at some 25 million square kilometres. This is a larger hole than the average of those over the last decade.

  4. NASA are just another snout at the trough of public money on this global warming scam.

  5. Billy Liar says:

    There haven’t been any good sized chunks of ice tongue/ice shelf break off since 2002 (C-19 Ross Ice Shelf) so there’s a lack of anything tangible to be alarmed about in Antarctica.

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