NOAA and NASA say UHI isn’t important. Compare these two stations in Louisiana 50 miles apart.
The frequency of hot days at the rural station has plummeted, while they have skyrocketed at the urban station. And then we get a double fraud through homogenization.
In 1978, NOAA showed 0.6 degrees global cooling since 1975 at the surface and in balloon data. The cooling was present in both hemispheres.
The National Academy of Sciences knew about this cooling in 1975.
This cooling was seen in the vast majority of US stations and is still present in the untampered US data.
But for some reason, the cooling has disappeared from NASA data.
NASA used to show the cooling, but have since made it disappear.
Over the last 16 years, satellite and radiosonde data show cooling, which NASA has also erased.
In 1989, Tom Karl at NOAA reported that almost all global warming occurred before 1919, and that Earth cooled from 1921 to 1979.
Tom Karl has since changed his story. Global warming is the biggest fraud in science history.
Watch this space…
By Andrew Bolt ~
Huma Abedin is a close aide of Hillary Clinton, now a favorite to become the next President of the United States:
Huma Abedin, 39, … first worked for Hillary Clinton as a college intern in the White House in 1996 when Bill was president. She is now so close to the former secretary of state that she is regularly referred to as Clinton’s “shadow”, “secret weapon” and “surrogate daughter”.
When Clinton can’t work out how to work a fax machine, she summons Abedin. When Clinton sent an envoy to London last year to raise campaign cash from wealthy US expats, it was Abedin who made the trip…
From starting out as an intern, assigned to Clinton when she was first lady, Abedin went on to be Clinton’s deputy chief of staff at the State Department. Before that she was an assistant to Clinton…
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Guest essay by Jim Steele
Director emeritus Sierra Nevada Field Campus, San Francisco State University
For 25 years I’ve lived in the beautiful town of Pacifica, California situated about 15 miles south of San Francisco. It was a wonderful place to raise a family. Its great expanse of green space is a delight for an ecologist. My daily hikes vary from coastal bluffs to watch feeding Humpback Whales or migrating Gray Whales, to inland mountain trails with abundant deer, coyotes and bobcats. Oddly this past week I received emails from friends around the country asking if I was “all right”, thinking my little slice of heaven was falling into the sea. Not to disrespect their concern, I had to belly laugh. The news of a few houses, foolishly built on fragile land too near the sea bluffs’ edge, were indeed falling into the ocean and were now providing great photo-ops…
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By Paul Homewood
Between 1979 and 2001, atmospheric temperatures above the oceans, as measured by UAH, rose slightly faster then sea surface temperatures as measured by NOAA’s ERSST series, the one now used in their global temperature datasets.
This is exactly what would be expected. As NASA explain:
Sea surface temperatures have a large influence on climate and weather. Even changes of just a few degrees Celsius can influence large-scale weather phenomena, such as El Niño or tropical cyclones. One reason for this big influence is that evaporation from the oceans is the primary source of water vapor in the atmosphere. The warmer the water, the greater the evaporation.
It is this process of evaporation which cools the oceans, and subsequently warms the atmosphere via condensation.
Moreover, temperature changes in the atmosphere tend to be greater than on the sea surface because of the much larger heat content of the…
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Worth another read after ‘The Daily Caller’ article on NOAA’s junk temperature science :
“300 Scientists Want NOAA To Stop Hiding Its Global Warming Data”
Patrick J. Michaels
Richard S. Lindzen
Paul C. Knappenberger
A new paper published today by Science, from Thomas Karl and several co-authors, that removes the “hiatus” in global warming prompts many serious scientific questions.
The main claim by the authors that they have uncovered a significant recent warming trend is dubious. The significance level they report on their findings (.10) is hardly normative, and the use of it should prompt members of the scientific community to question the reasoning behind the use of such a lax standard.
In addition, the authors’ treatment of buoy sea-surface temperature (SST) data was guaranteed to create a warming trend. The data were adjusted upward by 0.12°C to make them “homogeneous” with the longer-running temperature records taken from engine intake channels in marine vessels.
As has been acknowledged by numerous scientists, the engine intake data are clearly contaminated by heat conduction from the structure…
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Reaping the carbon policy harvest
18 January 2016
For five years, Tata, the Indian firm that owns what used to be British Steel has been warning that energy costs in Britain are squeezing competitiveness.
Previous reductions have accelerated in 2015 with a 15 per cent cut in jobs.
Successive UK governments have responded by further turning the screws with now renewable energy requirements and other impacts. And each new announcement of retrenchments, like the most recent one, is met by anguished blame shifting and calls for specific supports.
Politicians the world over have a knack of etherealising their decisions on renewable energy as though they have no consequences.
Many have been conditioned by absurdities like the sun and wind is free so how can using this energy be adding to costs and their eyes glaze over when confronted by hard data demonstrating the renewals…
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