Understanding NOAA Temperature Adjustments

I was able to reproduce NOAA’s latest temperature adjustments, using the identical technique on satellite dataScreenHunter_2275 Jun. 05 17.57

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8 Responses to Understanding NOAA Temperature Adjustments

  1. Jason Calley says:

    Wow! That “climate science” stuff is tricky! Where else can you find a disaster that is so all encompassing that it can destroy cities, submerge islands, and make the oceans boil — but at the same time it is so slippery and subtle that even after a decade and a half it cannot be detected unless you change the data? CAGW makes witch hunts look reasonable in comparison.

    No wonder climate scientists enjoy such high respect!!

  2. Password Protected says:

    Yours is obviously the more cost effective method as well.

  3. Password Protected says:

    Comments working?

  4. Chewer says:

    Excellent, you’ve framed it perfectly ;-)

  5. wayne says:

    ROTFLMAO! Pretty close! maybe we can declare a new variable:
    “Degrees of Adjustment”. And always made in positve RH degrees.
    What, that appears to be about +30°s of adjustment?

  6. Jason Calley says:

    You know, Tony, your chart may be even more accurate than I thought at first. Look at that time period around 2008 where the rising line is not merely upright but actually slants backward to the left. I think that shows how the CAGW crowd go backward in time to, uh, “fix the broken data.”

  7. Robertv says:

    Sea Level same problem


    min 7.28

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