Corrupting Indiana

Indiana was very warm from the 1930’s through the 1950’s. It has since cooled several degrees and never warmed back up again.

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The number of 90 degree days has dropped in half since the 1930’s.

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This cooling didn’t suit NASA’s agenda, so they massively cooled Indiana’s past in order to create the appearance of warming.

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Data.GISS: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis

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2 Responses to Corrupting Indiana

  1. Neal S says:

    The SOF is now less than two hours away from point Barrow.

    They recently had to dodge some more sea ice that wasn’t there.
    Ben tweeted
    “Almost in #PointBarrow!! We had to skidaddale round some #seaice on the approach But we are used to that now ;-)”

    recent crew log
    http://polarocean.co.uk/44-days-ice-5200miles-3-polar-bears-3-unsuccessful-fishing-trips-3-birthdays-2-reworkings-time/

    And they have had quite a bit of rough sailing recently.
    http://polarocean.co.uk/wet-wild-not-good-way/

  2. Jack Striker says:

    Mr. Heller, I’d love to know–though I have no idea if we could ever find out–if in the late 1940s there was any data recording methodology change in this field. If there was, of any sort, it should be quite visible in the documentation of the time and might have even hit some newspapers. Either by changing to new equipment or using a different method of measurement, etc.

    The point being–in NOT finding anything like that–to further disprove the idea that the oldest temperature is “flawed” in some way. In my own efforts to get people to stop believing in AGW, I’m often hit with, “Well, they were using old technology; we have better stuff now and their records weren’t accurate.” For any data sets in the latter half of the 20th century I can soundly disprove these claims because I have hard evidence (thanks!) to do so, but the closer to 1880 the conversation gets, the less convincing I can be.

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