NASA: Hiding The 1960’s Decline

In 1961, there was a unanimous consensus for global cooling

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The 1975 National Academy of Sciences report showed this cooling.

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NCAR showed this cooling

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NOAA showed this cooling in both Radiosonde and surface data

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Hadley still shows this cooling in their radiosonde data

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But NASA GISS shows no cooling during the 1960s

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Surface and radiosonde data from multiple sources showed similar strong cooling, but NASA shows a slight warming during that period

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The next graph shows the hockey stick of divergence between GISS and the legitimate data sources.

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The global cooling scare doesn’t fit the NASA agenda, so they simply got rid of it, the old fashioned Orwellian way.

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7 Responses to NASA: Hiding The 1960’s Decline

  1. cg says:

    Reblogged this on Catholic Glasses and commented:
    NASA is run by Muslims since 2009. Muslims lie, in order to deceive and over powering the World’s Nations.

  2. tomwys says:

    I think with a search, you will find earlier NASA data that likewise shows a decline from 40’s to 70’s

  3. Hugh K says:

    All deception in the course of life is indeed nothing else but a lie reduced to practice, and falsehood passing from words into things. – Robert Southey

  4. omanuel says:

    In 1945 there was unanimous consensus for the iron Sun. That unanimously changed in 1946 after Stalin’s troops captured Japan’s atomic bomb plant in Korea:

  5. bit chilly says:

    oh mann,mikey is going to be so pleased someone else found a hockey stick in the temperature data .

  6. geran says:

    “Unanimous agreement”!

    Well, science can’t be any more certain than that….

  7. Dmh says:

    Interesting that GISS and NOAA are governmental institutions but their analyses/data don’t necessarily agree.

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