Starting Their Graph At The Right Year To Produce Maximum Fraud

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Climate scientists cleverly start their sea ice graphs at the year 1979, which was after the third consecutive very cold winter, and the coldest winter of the last century. So of course there was a huge amount of ice.

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Sarasota Herald-Tribune – Google News Archive Search

The 1990 IPCC report contained high quality NOAA satellite data back to 1974, which showed almost two million km² increase in ice from 1974 to 1979.

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ipcc_far_wg_I_chapter_07.pdf

NSIDC ignores this data, because it would show how fraudulent their linear trend is.

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The Northwest Passage was open in 1904. If you believed the propaganda from NSIDC, you would think there was 50 feet of ice there a century ago.

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FRANCE HONORS AMUNDSEN. – Explorer Says Northwest Passage Is Not Practicable for Trade. – View Article – NYTimes.com

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9 Responses to Starting Their Graph At The Right Year To Produce Maximum Fraud

  1. I believe that the earth is warming, but I like to cherry pick my own starting date:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/28/Sunspot_Numbers.png

    LOL

  2. Jimmy Haigh says:

    I remember 1979 being a long cold winter in Scotland too.

  3. Gail Combs says:

    I remember a snowstorm in Columbia South Carolina in 1973ish. Shut the whole city down.

    • Andy DC says:

      I remember that well. There were 16-18″ totals in places like Macon, GA, Augusta, GA and Columbia, SC. Up to 2 feet in central SC. Amounts that have never happened before or since.

  4. Sunsettommy says:

    The Arctic Ice data for the 1970’s were considered good too, as the Satellite has good resolution and worked properly.

    The omission of the 1970’s data is a clear indication of deceit being put on the public. Inexcusable when the data was of good quality.

  5. AndyG55 says:

    The Icelandic sea ice index shows the 1970’s as a high point after the low period of 1920-1950
    The end of the LIA stands out but 1970’s weren’t far behind for EXTREME Arctic sea ice levels.

  6. dennisambler says:

    Far away and forgotten….
    “A global warming of larger size has almost certainly occurred at least once since the end of the last glaciation without any appieciable (sic) increase in greenhouse gases.”

    Amundsen: THE NORTH WEST PASSAGE – BEING THE RECORD OF A VOYAGE OF EXPLORATION OF THE SHIP “GJOA” 1903 – 1907 BY ROALD AMUNDSEN
    http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/IPY/ipy_009_pdf/G6501903A71908v1.pdf

    “Of large Polar ice we saw absolutely nothing. Between the ice and the land, on either side, there were large and perfectly clear channels, through which we passed easily and unimpeded.

    The entire accumulation of ice was not very extensive. We were soon out again in open water. Outside the promontories, some pieces of ice had accumulated; otherwise the sea was free from ice.The water to the south was open, the impenetrable wall of ice was not there.

    The ice of the Arctic Ocean is never at rest. Even in the coldest winters it is liable to displacement and pressure by the currents of air and water. The expansion and contraction, due to changes in temperature, also assist in this disturbance. At times the pack itself opens in leads, by which it may be penetrated for several miles.”

    “On August 26, 1905 Amundsen and his 6-man crew encountered a ship bearing down on them from the west. They were through the Northwest Passage!”

    THERMAL PATHS TO THE POLE, THE CURRENTS OF THE OCEAN, BY SILAS BENT, SAINT LOUIS: 1872

    “Just as the work was completed upon these currents in the North Pacific, in 1855, the news was received in the United States that Dr. Hane had discovered an open sea near the Pole, and people began to ask how that could be possible, when it was well known that a belt or region of ice several hundred miles in width must lie to the south of that sea, and which was never dissolved.”

    A wealth of early polar exploration is here, but with some very big files: http://www.lib.noaa.gov/collections/ipy_2.html

  7. I am constantly impressed by Tony’s symphonic mastery of graphs–especially the divergence, since the Y2k election, between satellite and tamper-prone data. My question is whether CO2 increases track population growth at all closely? More specifically, do the Heat Island anomalies in measurements track urban population increases more closely than CO2 production?

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