NOAA Sets An All-Time Fraud Record In August

NOAA says August was the hottest month on record, but they may have pushed their luck a little too far this time. They show countries in southern Africa like Namibia and Angola as the hottest ever during August.


Global Analysis – August 2016 | State of the Climate | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

They don’t actually have any temperature data in Namibia or Angola, or over about half of the Earth’s land surface for that matter. “Gray areas represent missing data.” They simply made the temperatures up.


201608.gif (990×765)

Satellites cover almost the entire Earth, and they show that August was cooler than 1998 and 2010.


Wood for Trees: Interactive Graphs

Temperatures in southern Africa were almost exactly at the 1979-2000 mean. They weren’t anywhere near a record.


RSS / MSU Data Images / Monthly

NOAA’s record temperature claims are completely fraudulent and based on fake data. Experts tell me that it is conspiracy theory to point of out blatant scientific malfeasance.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

33 Responses to NOAA Sets An All-Time Fraud Record In August

  1. Andy DC says:

    With all that incredible heat in the Atlantic, why is the hurricane drought continuing? If the world is burning up as they say, why do we keep getting record corn and soybean crops? Corn in particular is a very heat sensitive crop.

    Unlike climate scientists, hurricanes and corn cannot lie.

    • Rud Istvan says:

      To your first point, windshear. To your second point, only if there is inadequate water and then mainly in the anthesis (tasselling) phase lasting about 3 weeks if temperatures are over 35C. All the sciency stuff about corn and heat is based on just two very bad papers. The first had a faulty regression analysis, which got further twisted by NRDC. See my first guest post at CE in 2011 for details. That is how, why and when I turned skeptical on CAGW. The second used Cimmyt Kenya data, which igored that the test plots were there to develop drought resistant African maize. The tale is told as an example in The Arts of Truth.

    • notaluvvie says:


    • notaluvvie says:


  2. AndyG55 says:

    Don’t know why not, but the UAH chart for August is not available yet.

    Its always fun to do a comparison between reality and the NOAA fabrications.

  3. AndyG55 says:

    It really is ridiculous just how much blue from the lower image just magically “disappears” as they fabricate the top image.

    Maybe they only had one pencil, a red one, this month?

    • Brad says:

      New Zealand my be the most egregious example. From -1 to + 4. Or in their parlance, from cooler than average to RECORD warmEST.

    • Stewart Pid says:

      Andy …. they have been told what the answer is and told they don’t need a blue pencil any longer. Every month is the hottest “evah” … Obozo deemed it so!

    • Joan Misterek says:

      What they really needed was a Blue Pen and a phone but the pens that the government owns only spew RED INK and we all know who’s carrying the phone.

  4. CheshireRed says:

    Tony, given the repeatedly strong allegations you make and the non-existent response from NOAA, isn’t it time these people were dragged into court to answer these charges? How much would be required to challenge NOAA in court? Is crowd-funding a case an option? Even if you were funded, would you want to? I can’t understand why a wealthy donor hasn’t hauled NOAA and GISS into court to explain themselves.

  5. Richard says:

    WMO 2013-

    “Because the data with respect to in-situ surface air temperature across Africa is sparse, a one year regional assessment for Africa could not be based on any of the three standard global surface air temperature data sets from NOAANCDC, NASA-GISS or HadCRUT4 Instead, the combination of the Global Historical Climatology
    Network and the Climate Anomaly Monitoring System (CAMS GHCN) by NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratory was used to estimate surface air temperature patterns ”

    If only i could estimate my tax return.

  6. Richard says:

    So many estimates .


    :The global average near-surface temperature
    for 2015 was the warmest on record by a clear
    margin, according to data sources
    analysed by
    WMO (Figure 1). The global average temperature
    for the year was about 0.76 ± 0.09 °C above the
    1961–1990 average, and approximately 1 °C
    above the 1850–1900 average. Uncertainties
    relative to the period 1850–1900 are larger and
    more difficult to estimate.
    These estimates are based on air-temperature
    data gathered at meteorological stations over
    land, and sea-surface temperatures measured
    at sea, both by ships in the voluntary observing fleet and by drifting and moored buoys.
    The estimates are corroborated by an analysis
    produced by the Japan Meteorological Agency.
    Global average temperatures can also be
    estimated using output from reanalyses”

  7. Richard says:

    Estimate vs Guessing – What’s the difference? | the-difference-between …
    As nouns the difference between estimate and guessing is that estimate is a rough calculation or guess while guessing is the act of making a guess;

  8. AndyG55 says:

    Now compare with UAH for August

    NOAA IS A JOKE !!!

    • gregole says:


      Thanks for that. I concur with the light-blue patch seeming to cover Southern Arizona – it was a relatively mild August heat-wise and September has been nice too due in part to the various storms that formed out in the Pacific off the coast of Mexico.

      I have a couple of questions: 1) Why is Arizona still inhabitable? Shouldn’t it be a raging overheated hell-hole by now? 2) Why is there still Arctic ice? Shouldn’t the Arctic be ice-free by now? And finally, 3) Why does NOAH show one August, and UAH another?

    • AndyG55 says:


      Tony seems to have added the RSS version to the post :-) .

      Look to me like a pretty good match to UAH except for maybe a slightly cooler patch over eastern central Australia.

      • Gail Combs says:

        The UAH is a bit closer to what is actually happening in NC. Warmer than the last few summers thanks to the El Nino but not nearly as hot as I have seen it in the past.

        My white clover is still doing well for the fourth year in a row and it likes cool and wet. For the first fifteen years it was doing crispy critter by July 1st or there abouts.

  9. D. Self says:

    Not surprised. The Propaganda will continue as long as we have a Liar and Thief in the oval office.

  10. Analitik says:

    The satellites have the east ice sheet heating up but the west cooling down in Antarctica.

    I wonder why the NOAA didn’t project down for that region? Surely they would be able to get temperature records from the scientific stations down there.

  11. Pingback: NASA Joins In The NOAA African Fraud | The Deplorable Climate Science Blog

  12. maynard short says:

    Bush did it!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *