How about maps for areas where no data exists?

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    Yes you read that correctly....lets just assign a number because we want too! Yeah that's the ticket! These clowns commit this fraudulent behavior all the fricking time and old fraud, chris, konradv, trolling blunder and a whole host of others ignore this. Why? What is so distorted in their fundamental makeup that they can see this desecration of science and ignore it? In fact they support and revere it. Bizarre.

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    Yes, they have been extrapolating temps for areas where they had no direct measurement. However, as they stated, one should use the NCDC measurements for those areas, if very accurate measurements are desired.

    Yet, for all of Watts yapping, none of this changes the fact that the warming continues, and differant agencies have better accuracy in some places than others, depending on the methods used.

    Another item concerning Watts. He is not a meteorologist. He is a fraud in that department.

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    Sorry old chum but that is not science that is charlatanism, something the AGW crowd is VERY GOOD AT! And while we're at it old fraud your own side's resident expert of experts Dr. Phil Jones stated that there has been no warming since 1998. How does that jibe with your statement that the warming continues? Are you calling your best expert of all a liar?
     
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    Ever heard of satellite data? Suggesting that there are places we can't measure is the REAL fraud. Peddle that garbage somewhere else.
     

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