The Sound of Settled Science

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    Celsius. Fahrenheit.
    They’re all just numbers.

    Independent Audit Exposes The Fraud In Global Warming Data

    Anomalies it has identified include at St Kitts in the Caribbean, the average temperature for December 1981 was zero degrees, normally it’s 26C. For three months in 1978, one place in Colombia reported an 82 degrees Celsius average – hotter than the hottest day on Earth. Then in Romania, one September the average temperature was reported as minus 46°C, which has never happened. The data showed that supposedly ships would report ocean temperatures from places up to 100km inland. The paper also points out that the most serious flaws identified was the shortage of data. For the first two years, from 1850 onwards, the only land-based reporting station in the Southern Hemisphere was in Indonesia. Then there were ship observations at the time but Australian records had not started until 1855 in Melbourne, behind Auckland which started in 1853. This data appears to have been just made up.
     
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    Hilarious how your linked article squeels about an "independent audit" yet iffers .it one link to or quote from it. No mention of the agency conducting it, the materials reviewed, nothing but accusations.
     
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    The veracity of the data is the biggest concern.

    The paper shows that not only are the methods used suspect but that many of the measurements were so outrageous that they are useless.

    Many of the data stations do indeed show evidence of making up data. I love the ones in Australia where summer time temps are recorded during southern hemisphere winter...

    Its the minor adjustments which are much harder to see but if you take data sets from just 20 years ago and compare them to today you see the manipulations of alarmists all over the world.

    The HSCR (Historical Surface Climate Record) is now so bastardized that it is useless and unreliable.
     
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    5 year olds understand what a hyper link is. They can also tell you when it’s a paid subscription too. So go borrow your sisters kids for a day.

    Subscribe to The Australian | Newspaper home delivery, website, iPad, iPhone & Android apps
     
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    80C every day all summer and they used it. O.M.G.

    (That’s 176F for you Leftards)
     
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    I've been pointing out and providing NOAA charts for years showing that the hottest places on earth, according to climate science, are invariably places with the least instrumental coverage allowing for infilling of data..in other words...just making it up as they go.
     
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    Obviously, close enough for government work.
     
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    Hey idiot! I clicked your link. It has no supporting data, just as I said.
     
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    Not the sharpest knife in the drawer are you? He clearly said that it was behind a pay wall and that if you want the paper it will cost you $8.00.

    Here is a link to the place it can be purchased.

    Audit of the HadCRUT4 Global Temperature Dataset

    By the way...the Met office has responded to the audit and claim that they will be correcting the errors in the next update. Interesting, isn't it, that it seems to always be skeptics pointing out the errors so rife in climate data...hockey sticks...and other aspects of data gymnastics carried out by well funded climate science.

    Junk science is very easy to spot...why is it that skeptics have to be the ones constantly pointing it out?
     
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