NASA Homogenization Fraud In Iceland

Iceland has six stations in Iceland with temperature records going back to at least 1940. All show a very warm period around 1940 and sharp cooling from 1940 to 1980.


However, after homogenization five of the six have had their 1940’s blip sharply adjusted down, and the other one shows no change. If homogenization was done correctly, the average temperature of the 1940’s would not have changed. Some stations would increase, others would decrease, but the average would remain approximately the same. (So why do it at all?)

However, none of the stations were increased, and the 1940’s average dropped sharply. This makes no sense from a scientific or mathematical standpoint, and is a smoking gun of fraud. But then again, this is what they planned all along.

From: Tom Wigley <>
To: Phil Jones <>
Subject: 1940s
Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 23:25:38 -0600
Cc: Ben Santer <>

It would be good to remove at least part of the 1940s blip, but we are still left with “why the blip”.

Homogenization is a vehicle which serves no purpose mathematically, but allows NASA and NOAA to create warming where there is none. When milk is homogenized, the amount of fat doesn’t change and the amount of milk doesn’t change, all it does is spread the fat around evenly. But when NASA homogenizes temperatures, the amount of heat changes dramatically. Because what they are doing has nothing to do with science.NASA-2000-2012-2016

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5 Responses to NASA Homogenization Fraud In Iceland

  1. Gail Combs says:

    “…When milk is homogenized, the amount of fat doesn’t change and the amount of milk doesn’t change, all it does is spread the fat around evenly….”

    Well actually they play games with this too.
    “Whole” milk sold in package form, has the minimum butterfat content
    standard of 3.25%.

    ….The truth of the whole milk matter is that not all “whole milks” contain the same amount of butterfat. Since the industry standard is set at 3.25%, many dairy companies will remove the cream from the milk during processing and add it back in just up to the minimum requirement. The economic advantage is evident with such a practice…..

    So the milk I drank as a kid delivered from the local dairy and not homogenized likely had higher butterfat content and more nutrition than the stuff now found in stores.

    We now add additional cream to get the ‘old fashioned taste’ we are used to.

    In other words the US government mucks up just about everything.

  2. CheshireRed says:

    This is exactly the right response to defenders of ‘adjustments’. How many fall ‘against’ agw theory? Scant few, if any. The bias is almost always in just one direction – ie that which favours agw. That’s why it’s called bias.

    They know exactly what they’ve done and thought they were soooo achingly clever they’d never be caught in a thousand years, never mind be so comprehensively busted. Remember we jail those who manipulate or fix LIBOR…..

    • CheshireRed says:

      PS. Constantly revising data (without making it clear what they’ve done to get different results) and deleting older data (to avoid comparisons) just confirms the malice aforethought.

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  4. OrganicFool says:

    I have drunk raw milk daily for 8 or 9 years. It’s legal with a cow share. Homogenized milk causes the fat molecules to go rancid because the process exposes the inner cholesterol. This is probably more harmful than pasteurization. Raw milk from grass-fed heritage cows, goats or even sheep or camel in some countries is generally the healthiest way. Pasteurization and homogenization are big money-making industries.

    Just like raw data over homogenized data, homogenized data is probably rancid but they make a lot of money doing it!

    You are right, there should be some whistle-blowers out there that know the truth. It would be great to see some of that happen before this election.

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