In 1973, glaciers were growing and animals were migrating south from the cold.
“The Ice Age Cometh” The Saturday Review, Saturday, March 24th, 1973
The National Center for Atmospheric Research and CRU both reported a very strong cooling trend since WWII.
14 Jul 1974, Page 1 – Lincoln Evening Journal
In 1981, James Hansen at NASA still showed much of the post-WWII cooling trend, as well as a Medieval Warm Period, Little Ice Age and a 7,000 year long global cooling trend.
Gavin Schmidt at NASA has since completely removed this cooling trend, and now shows warming from 1945 to 1975.
Gavin didn’t do this tampering all at once. It has been a 16 year long project where he has tripled global warming by altering the data set.
Link to NASA files 2016 2012 2000
What is truly stunning is that satellite measured temperatures of the troposphere show little or no warming during that 16 year period when Gavin tripled global warming.
Wood for Trees: Interactive Graphs
By my estimation, within 80 years the temperature today will be 2C warmer than it currently is.
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I’m from the goberment and I’m here to help!
In 80 years the temperature will be:
…..50% probability of it being warming
…..50% probability of it being colder
…..0 probability it will be the same cuz at +- 1 degree error we can fudge it!
so send money now!
When this one plays out under Trump and he puts ‘AGW’ to bed there’ll likely be a juicy book / film deal in it for you Tony. Hope you’re preparing for it. Gavin and Mickey in jail, Obama in the Supermax and your name carved in stone.
Let’s hope so.
All the skeptics that sacrificed careers like Dr Gray, Dr Ball, Dr Happer and so many more need to be made heroes because that is exactly what they are.
Kids need to SEE these people AS HEROES so they realize that heroic deeds can be in the realm of the mind as well as in the realm of the physical.
I can remember as a kid of about 10, reading a great little book of true short stories about heroes in science. One of the stories was “tickling the dragon’s tail” the story of Louis Slotin’s experiments with subcritical masses of plutonium among others. (Wish I knew the name of that book.)