Man-Made Modeling Abuse Increases The Odds Of NOAA Fraud

NOAA says that nearly a foot of rain in one day in Louisiana confirms their models showing man-made climate change has increased the odds of floods.

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NOAA: Climate Change increased odds for Louisiana downpour | FOX 61

On April 15, 1927 New Orleans got 15 inches of rain in 18 hours during the largest flood in US history.

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American Experience | New Orleans | PBS

New Orleans was founded in 1717, against the objections of the chief engineer who said it flooded all the time.

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NOVA | Storm That Drowned a City | A 300-Year Struggle | PBS

There has been no increase in heavy rain.

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The NOAA study has no scientific basis, and ignores all available actual data. Software models can be written to produce any result the author wants to produce. They are not evidence of anything other than deep corruption at NOAA.

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26 Responses to Man-Made Modeling Abuse Increases The Odds Of NOAA Fraud

    • bob young says:

      But under the obama regime, they all have become corrupt.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Yes, the entire US government has sunk to banana republic levels of corruption. If we do not kick the bums out this cycle, we are headed for a Venezuela government model with a similar outcome.

  1. Latitude says:

    OK….you can start freaking out now

    Hillary was wired and told what to say…no wonder she was talking like a robot

    I she’s not capable of sitting down for an interview without help….or they don’t trust her to be able to do it

    …who’s going to be running this country if she’s elected?

    Was Hillary Wearing an Earpiece During Last Night’s Presidential Forum?
    Conservative actor James Woods: “She can’t even lie without help”

    http://www.infowars.com/was-hillary-wearing-an-earpiece-during-last-nights-presidential-forum/

    • Gail Combs says:

      Two interesting vids on that subject:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NFJCqGQavPE

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYyytQcOZi0

      And this one that has information I was not aware of:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjxBHSyan-E

      Hillary Clinton smashed 13 Black berries and 5 ipads!!

      • Latitude says:

        Gail, I want to see them pressed on this….
        They have three excuses…and none of them good
        1. Hearing aid (it’s not)….what else are you not telling us, release her medical records
        2. She’s cheating……Hillarys a liar and cheat
        3. She’s brain dead…..has to be fed answers and kept on track (Huma said she gets confused)

        • Jason Calley says:

          2 and 3.

        • Gail Combs says:

          You missed one

          #4. She has advanced Parkinsons disease.

          This doctor makes a pretty good case that Parkinsons disease is consistent with the weird symptons seen in videos. (He is not her doctor so it is only his suggestion.)

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5&v=Zr1IDQ2V1eM

          • Gail Combs says:

            Oh, and the Doctor also mentioned that advanced Parkinsons disease causes major fatigue (Not answering phone at 3:00AM during Benghazi attack???) and DEMENTIA!

            We really really need to see Hillary’s medical records. A demented corrupt immoral Hillary in the White House is a real nightmare come true.

            Again this is not Hillary’s doctor so all he can do is look at the symptoms and make a best guess.

            At the beginning of the Vid the doctor notes a Secret Service source reached out to reporter Joe Biggs and said Hillary has a very serious neurological degeneration which could be Parkinson’s disease.

            Since the Oath is to the Constitution and not a person, this is plausible esp since Hillary is much hated by the Service agents.

    • bob young says:

      when you are a corrupt lying fraud it is tough to keep your lies straight, particularly as you become a feeble doddering old fool like sHrillary

  2. Krakatoa says:

    NOAA tempt to tell the truth

    • Stewart Pid says:

      Ha Ha …. Krakatoa was the name of our Geology Dept intermural broomball team in the late 70’s.
      We gave up after a season as the engineers thought that it should be played with the intensity of the olympic gold medal hockey game.

  3. Andy DC says:

    I believe Hermine was another phantom hurricane. It passed very close to Apalachiacola, FL, Tallahassee, FL and Valdosta, GA, where sustained winds were barely tropical storm strength. Did any station on land report anything close to hurricane force winds? If not, the hurricane drought still continues.

    • bob young says:

      Nope. There was no hurricane landfall. An honest reporter from Florida documented the damage at his house as having to pick up a few twigs on the lawn.

  4. Andy DC says:

    I reviewed the wind reports received as Hermine made landfall. The strongest I saw was 61 mph with gusts to 79 on a tower 115 feet above the surface. The next highest was a 67 mph gust. If the qualification for being a hurricane is 74 mph sustained winds, Hermine seems to have fallen short.

    • Stewart Pid says:

      What about Newt on Baja was it a non hurricane also … looked that way to me. Endless photos of kids walking the beach etc

    • Rud Istvan says:

      There were reports of winds above 74 at two shorefalls at ground level: St Georges Island and Indian Shores Beach. The question is whether these were sustained for 1 minute. If so then she was a weak Cat 1 just as classified. The storm surge and shoreline damage in those locations would be consistant with that assessment. Both locations are in the dirty NE quadrant and near the disorganized eyewall zone; there was not a well formed eye. Tallahassee is further inland and on the weak NW side away from the eye zone so should not have seen such winds from such a weak and not particularly well organized system.

      • Neal S says:

        Is that the best that CAGW can do? A weak and disorganized almost hurricane?

        Certainly this can’t be the CAGW that has so many quaking in their boots fearing the next of an endless series of weather catastrophes fueled by changing climate.

        Or maybe there really isn’t any CAGW at all.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Actually less hurricanes are a sign of less differential in temperatures aka warming.

          It is as it gets colder that you get the really nasty weather.

          • RAH says:

            Yea, but the alarmists claim is the opposite. Seems they completely ignore the fact it takes contrasts for storm formation.

        • Rud Istvan says:

          There certainly is no evidence for CAGW except in busted models of the distant future. There is quite some debate about whether there is any actual evidence for AGW, since the temperature rise from ~1920-1945 is essentially indistinguishable from that from ~1975-2000. There is GW, shown by 1920-1945, which IPCC AR4 SPM figure 4 said was not AGW. But there is nothing to do about simple GW except adapt where necessary, when necessary, which looks to be just about nowhere ever.

          • Jason Calley says:

            Hey Rud! “There is quite some debate about whether there is any actual evidence for AGW”

            Well, I wish there was some debate… The real problem is that there is NOT any debate. The CAGW proponents just assert that there is evidence but they consistently refuse to debate it. I am still waiting for them to even show us something that is unprecedented or unusual. If they can do that, then we can discuss whether humans caused it!

    • bob young says:

      It was sure a non-event in Long Island. They even attempted to exagerate the waves. Ive seen much much bigger waves.

  5. ossqss says:

    Some other man made items of interest. Just sayin. Where are the priorities?

    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us10006n8a#executive

  6. Dave N says:

    Without looking at their “study”: looks like they started their model from about 1960.

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