New Video : NASA And NOAA Cooking The Books With US Temperatures

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19 Responses to New Video : NASA And NOAA Cooking The Books With US Temperatures

  1. R. Shearer says:

    This is a very powerful video. Great job!

    It’s scary that when the majority of media is moved to electronic format, and when the globalists have control of the internet, then they will have the means to practice what Orwell described. They will disappear all of the records and photos of the Dust Bowl period in the U.S. They will disappear great works of art, like “The Grapes of Wrath.”

    • gator69 says:

      This is one reason why I keep my old Merriam Webster dictionary on hand, the Borg keep changing the language on us. Many words have had their definitions changed to suit the needs of the current masters, and we need to know what those words meant when they were written, and not what some folks in power now want us to think that they meant.

      Another great video Tony!

  2. Steve Case says:

    And if I post that video on some of the left wing sites they just say that Tony Heller has been debunked years ago – or something like that. The White House science adviser and his minions need to verify what you say and put out the word.

    Maybe that will happen.

    On another note the same BS is going on with sea level

    And then there the Methane is more potent than CO2 propaganda

    And the Greenland and Antarctica are melting crap

    And the deep oceans are warming & becoming acidic.

    Some people still think the polar bears are nearly extinct

    I could go on

    • gator69 says:

      I was having a discussion with one of our office Millenials this past week and she was laughing about the photo of the Trumps and the pope, where Donald was the only one smiling. I mentioned how un-Christian it is for a pope to place ice over human life, and she retorted “the pope isn’t a Christian, he is a Catholic”. She is agnostic, which of course made her an expert on everything religion.

      She now knows better.

      I have been astounded at not the lack of knowledge, but the wealth of wrong answers this girl has to offer. And she has a bachelor’s degree from Millikin! And she has four years of worse than nothing.

      The good news is that she is no longer a CAGW cultist, and I’m having some success working on the rest of her brainwashed head.

      • R. Shearer says:

        Perhaps college shouldn’t be free but they pay students to eat that crap being fed to them at so many “schools.”

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Don’t give them any ideas. It would come from our taxes, not the universities endowments, if they have any.

          • gator69 says:

            I am so glad you mentioned endowments CW!

            Harvard University (MA) $36,429,256,000
            Yale University (CT) $23,858,561,000
            Stanford University (CA) $21,466,006,000
            Princeton University (NJ) $20,576,361,000

            Harvard has roughly 21,000 students who pay on average just under $46,000 for a 4 year degree. Harvard could pay for every one of its student’s educations for the next 37 years with what it currently holds in endowments.

            So why do these institutions get tax breaks, and why are we mad at banks? At least banks pay taxes, and don’t brainwash your kids while needlessly charging you out the a55.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Besides, this guy beat you to it … ?

          Every generation expands its definition of equality…

          Now it’s time for our generation to define a new social contract. We should have a society that measures progress not just by economic metrics like GDP but by how many of us have a role we find meaningful. We should explore ideas like universal basic income to make sure everyone has a cushion to try new ideas.

          -Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO

      • Rah says:

        She obviously had no world history classes and has not a clue about what the IRA is.

      • You have to wonder about the pope…….that encyclical he wrote is total BS. He gets an “F” for his erudition in “Climate Science”. Let us hope he has a better grasp on theology but he comes across as a Marxist.

        I agree with your millennial. The pope is not a Christian. If he was he would care more about the poor than the fat cats who benefit from “Carbon Mitigation”.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Every single Marxist I’ve ever met came across as a Marxist. They just can’t help it.

  3. Rah says:

    Sorry. Just sitting in a line of trucks waiting to have my truck X-RAYed by the ever nice and personable US customs agents. One bond to clear before going over to the Canadian side to deal with their customs. So I’m bored.

  4. John of Cloverdale, WA, Australia says:

    Thanks Tony, as A C Doyle’s, character, Sherlock Holmes, said:
    “It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.”
    But from what you present, it is much more than twisting facts, but darn right fraud. Surely this is a criminal offense.

  5. Andy DC says:

    Excellent! I believe you made it simple enough for even a non-scientist to easily comprehend. You are a true hero and a patriot!

  6. neal s says:

    It is possible that a minor mistake mars an otherwise excellent video.

    At 5:41 you said something like “in the earlier version they showed half a degree warming” but at 5:01 you had said “half a degree of cooling”. (from 1930’s to late 20th century)

    Thanks for your efforts.

  7. george says:

    Love your videos. These data manipulators are so corrupt. Could you share the source of the data files you used for this comparison of the different NASA versions? Where can we find them? Are they archived somewhere? Thanks.

  8. Advocatus Diaboli says:

    Once again I come in at probably the tail end of an interesting discussion. Got a question about those U.S. thermometers.

    Starting at about 11:15, Tony discusses how upwards of 40 percent of the temperature stations don’t report regularly, and that NOAA creates data for them. Is it possible to break out the stations that do report regularly and compare their data to the filled-in numbers for the stations that don’t report regularly? Assuming that the data for stations that report regularly hasn’t also ben tampered with, it could provide a way of comparing the quality of the actual data to the quality of the filled-in data.

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