A Few Things Which NOAA And NASA Forgot To Mention

The EPA says that the 1930’s were much hotter


Afternoon temperatures have been plummeting in the US for 80 years. NOAA/NASA hide this by tampering with the data.

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Very hot days were much more common during the 1930’s

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Hansen was aware of this in 1999, but seems to have mysteriously forgotten.

Empirical evidence does not lend much support to the notion that climate is headed precipitately toward more extreme heat and drought. The drought of 1999 covered a smaller area than the 1988 drought, when the Mississippi almost dried up. And 1988 was a temporary inconvenience as compared with repeated droughts during the 1930s “Dust Bowl” that caused an exodus from the prairies, as chronicled in Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath.

NASA GISS: Science Briefs: Whither U.S. Climate?

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3 Responses to A Few Things Which NOAA And NASA Forgot To Mention

  1. John B., M.D. says:

    Figure 3 in the link nicely demonstrates the UHI effect.

  2. omanuel says:

    The release of Climategate emails and documents in Nov 2009 gave the public it’s first glimpse into the corruption of post-WWII science.

    Official responses by leaders of the scientific community and the heads of governments have since revealed open deception after the end of the Second World War, 1945, about the source of energy in cores of:

    1. Heavy atoms like Uranium
    2. Some planets like Jupiter
    3. Ordinary stars like the Sun
    4. Galaxies like the Milky Way

    To verify this for yourself, ask any member of the UN’s IPCC, the UK’s Royal Society, the US or any other National Academy of Sciences, or the Swedish or Norwegian Nobel Prize Committee to publicly address three figures of precise experimental data (Figures 1-3, pages 19-27, my autobiography).


    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

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