What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

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The Sydney Observatory shows several degrees warming since the 1940s.


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It is carefully situated next to a couple dozen lanes of asphalt, with a tall building reflecting the afternoon sun on to the thermometer.

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Despite all of this, there has been no increase in the frequency of hot afternoons, which peaked in 1926.

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Rural stations in New South Wales show a sharp decline in the frequency of hot afternoons.

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Government climate scientists prefer surface temperatures over satellites, because they can manipulate the station selection and give them the answer they are looking for.

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