Time For NASA To Terminate Gavin Schmidt

The New York Times is going off-chart with their climate lies, egged on by top climate fraudster Gavin Schmidt of NASA. They say the Arctic is hot and global warming is making people starve in Africa.

Exact opposite of Gavin’s Arctic claims, Alaska is seeing near record cold, as is Greenland and much of Russia.

Alaska Climate Research Center

Greenland Summit Camp

Africa is not burning up, rather they are seeing record snow.

Snow Sahara

Forty years ago, the New York Times blamed African drought and famine on global cooling. Now they blame global warming.

TimesMachine: December 29, 1974 – NYTimes.com

Gavin’s temperatures are fake. They don’t even vaguely match much more accurate satellite temperatures.

NASA Vs. Satellites

Gavin has massively tampered with his own data, to produce meaningless propaganda.

RSS   NASA 2000 and 2016

The New York Times blames 124 degree weather on global warming.  In 1913, it was 134 degrees during one of NASA’s coldest years on record.

California 1913

Sane policy will never occur while Gavin Schmidt continues to lie to the New York Times, and the New York Times continues to lie to their readers. President Trump should send these fraudsters packing.

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51 Responses to Time For NASA To Terminate Gavin Schmidt

  1. Jack B :-) says:

    Two BIG thumbs up from this aisle seat and the environmental geoscientist sitting in it.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Obummer has left the building…

    • Chris Searles says:

      Dear Tony Heller — how far did you look into the your first reference???

      From your first reference, Alaska Climate Research Center:

      “The temperature of Alaska for 2016 was a year for the record books. Based on the 19 First Order stations, and the time period since 1949, the five highest temperatures were observed in the following years:

      2016 37.2°F
      2014 35.7°F
      2015 35.3°F
      1993 35.0°F
      1981 34.8°F”

      http://akclimate.org/Summary/2016/Annual

      Geeeez!

  2. GW says:

    But will he ? Lots of huge protests today, along with statements that his approval rating has dropped precipitously since Election Day to 32%. The lowest of any incoming president. If accurate, and protest energy remains high, it won’t be long before the republican congress turns against him and makes him a lame duck in the first year. It was protests that ultimately cemented LBJ’s unpopularity and drove him from office.

  3. Arthur Allen says:

    Regarding Phalodi in India recording the hottest Indian temperature ever of 51 degrees C (123.8 F) in 2016, breaking the record of 50.6 set in 1956. A newspaper report from 1919 states that it reached 127 F in Hyderabad. Hmmmm.
    http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/212650353?searchTerm=hottest%20day%20in%20india&searchLimits=

  4. davidswuk says:

    Why do you call him “Gavin?”

  5. Mohatdebos says:

    California’s “permanent” drought ends. Heavy rain prevents Obama from landing in Palm Springs or another golf outing. Need I say more. Mother nature has a way of revealing the truth or exposing fake expertise.

  6. Robertv says:

    Prince Charles hopes Ladybird book will win over sceptics

    Prince Charles hopes the new Ladybird book, which will be available from Thursday, will act as a simple guide to the topic and win over climate change sceptics.

    “It does rather seem to me that many people are still unsure about climate change in terms of what is really causing it, how urgent it is that we take action, why we must do that and what might be the consequences if we don’t act right away.”

    The 48-page book is in the same style as the iconic children’s Ladybird series from the 1960s and ’70s. The front cover shows an illustrated picture of flooding in the town of Uckfield in East Sussex, replicating a photo of flooding there in October 2000.

    The publishers point out that the book was peer reviewed by a group of academics, coordinated by the Royal Meteorological Society, to make sure it was scientifically robust.

    It was written in conjunction with Tony Juniper, an environmental campaigner and advisor to Prince Charles, and Dr Emily Shuckburgh, a climate scientist from the British Antarctic Survey.

    Mr Juniper told Sky News that the inauguration of President Trump, who has been labelled a climate change denier, has increased the need to make the public aware of the issues.

    He said: “I do wonder whether President Trump when he gets the proper briefing, the security briefing, he will see that actually the United States is as vulnerable as everywhere else, in terms of the effects of storms, forest fires, the impact on agriculture and will see that it’s in the national interest of the United States, irrespective of his particular views, to take action on this and I do hope that’s what he’ll be saying come February.”

    http://news.sky.com/story/prince-charles-hopes-ladybird-book-will-win-over-sceptics-10738506

  7. RAH says:

    Prince Charles is a cretin who doesn’t realize that when compared to his own cognitive ability the average person is an Einstein.

    • Gail Combs says:

      All that inbreeding lowers intelligence…

      • Jason Calley says:

        It may lower intelligence, but it certainly consolidates power and selectively increases sociopathy.

        I am proud of my American heritage and I have not forgotten that the British “royal” family is our oldest enemy. At the root of every royal family is a gang which simply accumulated so much power that two successive generations became accustomed to the yoke.

  8. gator69 says:

    If the NYT’s is really concerned over starving kids, they should demand that the Trillion Dollar Climate Change Industry be scrapped in favor of feeding those at risk. It really is that simple.

  9. etudiant says:

    The sea ice levels for both hemispheres are noticeably lower than they have been in the past at this same time of the year, based on the satellite record. Does not prove anything, but is a relevant data point.
    There have been postings indicating lower levels were reached during the early 1970s, when satellite coverage began to be adequate. It could be useful to try to extend the record backward using this data, if it is still archived.

  10. Gail Combs says:

    Tony has posted it several times.

  11. R. Shearer says:

    It shouldn’t take much effort to show that his postings occur on government time using government equipment.

  12. Gail Combs says:

    If skeptics are ever allowed the ability to actually challenge CAGW it is all over and well they know it. Unpaid skeptics have been accumulating the evidence for two decades.

    The latest:
    “I’ve done a first pass through the GCM (Global Circulation Model) Model E code.

    If “With four parameters I can fit an elephant, and with five I can make him wiggle his trunk” then Model E is structured so that the Elephant can play Mozart while on parade… “ — E. M. Smith

    GCM ModelE – Elephants Playing Mozart

    Even someone like me, who is ‘computer challenged,’ could follow what E.M. was saying.

  13. gregole says:

    Mann-Made Climate Change = bogus computer models and data-tampering. Know-it-alls – charlatans actually, playing with words, sinister sophists, destroying science, liars.

    Actual Climate Change is generally too slow to measure; is related to extra-terrestrial causes (solar – and whatever influences the suns dynamics…) and oceanic causes; and earth’s magnetic field; and other causes we call “natural” because we have no idea; and these enormous physical systems interact with one another stirring up the atmosphere – it being gaseous it just follows along for the ride.

    That a minute trace gas, CO2, controls the climate is pure, unadulterated nonsense. The tail wagging the dog.

  14. Psalmon says:

    Best way is to reorganize and consolidate all these entities under a different agency…then “Your position has been eliminated.” Solved.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Promote all the losers to the Turkey Farm and then close the Turkey Farm. A time honored method since the government stuck its nose into hiring and firing.

  15. Lasse says:

    “Heat” over Arctic is a result of greenhouse gases.
    Humidity makes it warmer than it would bee if the outgoing radiance was unlimited.
    H2O makes a difference!

    • Gail Combs says:

      Atmospheric water has DECREASED over time….

    • Gail Combs says:

      Variations in the total column water vapour in the atmosphere since July 1983. The upper graph (blue) shows the total amount of water in the atmosphere.

    • Gail Combs says:

      It is ozone, controlled by solar UV, that controls the jets that control the swings in temperature over the polls.

      The Russians have had an index for jet stream loopiness called the ACI for decades. http://www.fao.org/docrep/005/y2787e/y2787e03c.htm#FiguraC

      Zonal Atmospheric Circulation Index

      …. single index of climate change is the Atmospheric Circulation Index (ACI) that characterizes the periods of relative dominance of either “zonal” or “meridional” transport of the air masses on the hemispheric scale. ACI, also known as the Vangengeim-Girs Index, has been calculated from data on basic atmospheric activities in the Atlantic-Euroasian region for more than 100 years (Girs 1974).

      George Vangengeim, the founder of ACI, is a well-known Russian climatologist. The Vangengeim-Girs classification is the basis of the modern Russian climatological school of thought. According to this system, all observable variation in atmospheric circulation is classified into three basic types by direction of the air mass transfer: Meridional (C); Western (W), and Eastern (E). Each of the above-mentioned forms is calculated from the daily atmospheric pressure charts over northern Atlantic-Eurasian region. General direction of the transfer of cyclonic and anticylonic air masses is known to depend on the distribution of atmospheric pressure over the Atlantic-Eurasian region (the atmosphere topography)….
      (wwwDOT)fao.org/docrep/005/y2787e/y2787e03.htm

      Changes in the amount of the sun’s energy radiated in the UV/EUV bands during solar maxima and minima changes ozone formation and destruction in the atmosphere and this changes the position of the jet streams. The more Ozone there is the more the jet streams move to the poles and the less depth to the Rossby waves (loopiness of the jet stream). What we are seeing at present is a long term reduction of about 40% in the EUV and FUV emissions and a reduction in Ozone.

      The extra ozone absorbs more UV energy which heats the stratosphere around the equator more during solar maxima than during minima. See
      http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1999/04/990412075538.htm (but forget the climate model babble).
      That is thought to cause the shift of the jet streams poleward and reverse during solar minima. With the current low maximum in solar activity, the jet streams didn’t shift that far poleward as in previous maxima, thus giving different weather patterns.

      The jet stream position is extremely important, as it gives huge differences in clouds and rain patterns and river flows: From the Nile, Po (Italy – Venice) and Portuguese rivers around the Mediterranean to the Mississippi in the US and similar in South Africa. See for the stratosphere-troposphere connection:
      onlinelibrary(DOT)wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2005GL024393/abstract

      A mechanism for sun-climate connection
      Abstract

      [1] Mechanisms by which small changes in the sun’s energy output during the solar cycle can cause changes in weather and climate have been a puzzle and the subject of intense research in recent decades. Here we report that differences in surface circulation conditions during solar maximum and minimum periods are caused by differences in the frequencies with which circulation perturbations in the stratosphere reach the surface. A much greater fraction of stratospheric perturbations penetrate to the surface during solar maximum conditions than during minimum conditions. This difference is more striking when the zonal wind direction in the tropics is from the west: no stratospheric signals reach the surface when equatorial 50 hPa winds are from the west under solar minimum conditions, and over 50 percent reach the surface under solar maximum conditions. It has been previously shown that stratospheric circulation perturbations reaching the surface change weather patterns by imposing atmospheric pressure anomalies characteristic of the Arctic oscillation.

      The same solar/ atmospheric circulation shifts connections are seen throughout the Holocene

      Nature Geoscience | Letter Regional atmospheric circulation shifts induced by a grand solar minimum

      ABSTRACT
      Large changes in solar ultraviolet radiation can indirectly affect climate by inducing atmospheric changes. Specifically, it has been suggested that centennial-scale climate variability during the Holocene epoch was controlled by the Sun. However, the amplitude of solar forcing is small when compared with the climatic effects and, without reliable data sets, it is unclear which feedback mechanisms could have amplified the forcing. Here we analyse annually laminated sediments of Lake Meerfelder Maar, Germany, to derive variations in wind strength and the rate of 10Be accumulation, a proxy for solar activity, from 3,300 to 2,000 years before present. We find a sharp increase in windiness and cosmogenic 10Be deposition 2,759  ±  39 varve years before present and a reduction in both entities 199  ±  9 annual layers later. We infer that the atmospheric circulation reacted abruptly and in phase with the solar minimum. A shift in atmospheric circulation in response to changes in solar activity is broadly consistent with atmospheric circulation patterns in long-term climate model simulations, and in reanalysis data that assimilate observations from recent solar minima into a climate model. We conclude that changes in atmospheric circulation amplified the solar signal and caused abrupt climate change about 2,800 years ago, coincident with a grand solar minimum.

      Atmospheric ionization and clouds as links between solar activity and climate, in Solar Variability and Its Effects on Climate
      Atmospheric Ionization and Clouds as Links Between Solar Activity and Climate
      By Brian A. Tinsley and Fangqun Yu

      “In a winter cyclone the primary driver of the dynamics is the baroclinic instability in the winter circulation, with the storm extracting vorticity from the latitudinal shear in the circulation, and converting it to the vorticity of the cyclone. The effective diabatic heating associated with precipitation and reduced cooling of entrained air amounts to an increase in potential vorticity and uplift in the air mass, and is likely to concentrate the vorticity near the cyclone center. In addition, by enhancing the feedback processes inherent in the baroclinic instability, it can increase the overall vorticity of the cyclone. It has been demonstrated analytically by van Delden [1989] and from numerical storm simulations by Zimmerman et al. [1989] and Mallet et al. (1999) that a positive feedback exists between the storm dynamical configuration and the diabatic processes. Thus precipitation changes explain the many reported examples of correlations of the vorticity area index (VAI) with GCR flux change and Jz reviewed by Tinsley [2000].”
      (wwwDOT)utdallas.edu/physics/pdf/Atmos_060302.pdf

      Stratospheric polar vortex as a possible reason for temporal variations of solar activity and galactic cosmic ray effects on the lower atmosphere circulation

      “Possible reasons for the temporal instability of long-term effects of solar activity (SA) and galactic cosmic ray (GCR) variations on the lower atmosphere circulation were studied. It was shown that the detected earlier ∼60-year oscillations of the amplitude and sign of SA/GCR effects on the troposphere pressure at high and middle latitudes (Veretenenko and Ogurtsov, Adv.Space Res., 2012) are closely related to the state of a cyclonic vortex forming in the polar stratosphere. The intensity of the vortex was found to reveal a roughly 60-year periodicity affecting the evolution of the large-scale atmospheric circulation and the character of SA/GCR effects. An intensification of both Arctic anticyclones and mid-latitudinal cyclones associated with an increase of GCR fluxes at minima of the 11-year solar cycles is observed in the epochs of a strong polar vortex. In the epochs of a weak polar vortex SA/GCR effects on the development of baric systems at middle and high latitudes were found to change the sign. The results obtained provide evidence that the mechanism of solar activity and cosmic ray influences on the lower atmosphere circulation involves changes in the evolution of the stratospheric polar vortex.”
      (wwwDOT)sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0273117713005474

  16. Squidly says:

    Time For NASA To Terminate Gavin Schmidt

    Oh Tony, we passed that signpost a very long time ago!

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