NASA Hiding The Decline In Sea Level And Temperature

In 1963, The Guardian reported that since 1940 global temperatures were declining, sea level rise was slowing, and glaciers were growing.



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By 1974, The Guardian said global cooling was the greatest threat mankind had ever faced.


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The National Center for Atmospheric Research  showed that 1970 was cooler than 1870, with a sharp cooling after 1940.

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NASA no longer shows any of these things. They have erased the post-1940 cooling.


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Instead of showing sea level rise slowing after 1940, NASA now shows it accelerating after 1940.


NASA 2016

In 1982, NASA showed sea level rise slowing after 1940, but they have since altered the historical data to show an acceleration.


NASA 1982    NASA 2016

Government climate science is now all fraud, all the time.

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5 Responses to NASA Hiding The Decline In Sea Level And Temperature

  1. DK Rhideat says:

    For goodness sake stop this fraud.

    Whatever he is, Trumps your only chance.

    • Gail Combs says:

      I do not care if Trump eats babies for breakfast. The District of Criminals is a thousand times worse and looks like they are going to get us into a war with Russia. WORSE, China hates out guts and is getting friendly with Russia while the EU is now useless as they are overrun by terrorists.

  2. CheshireRed says:

    Yet nothing happens from those in authority, anywhere.

    It’s like a serial data-killer is on the loose and he’s killing victims every week, but the police, media, courts, politicians and most of all, ‘science’ looks the other way pretending it isn’t happening. They’re complicit, there’s no other explanation. What does it take to get attention? Hilarious, depressing, astonishing and insane.

  3. DMA says:

    I thought of you when considering how to show the adjustments to the temperature data.
    Pick a data set
    Create a grid with years across the top for the length of the set and years vertically for the years since the data set was first created.
    Mark each grid square with the adjustment applied that year.
    Possibly color code the adjustment amounts with shades of blue and red.
    The result would be indicative of a bias adjustment trend and would be, I think, very effective. This type of thing however is completely outside of my skill set. If you like the idea feel free to use it.

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