The Fake Brazilian Temperature Record

NOAA doesn’t have any daily temperature data from Brazil prior to 1944, and very little prior to 1960. The average station record length is only 30 years, and they average less than ten readings per month. Almost all of their Brazilian data is incoherent garbage.

NOAA doesn’t have any long term temperature data from Brazil, and their recent data is nearly worthless, but that doesn’t stop them from making fake maps showing huge amounts of warming in Brazil since 1901.

File:NCDC temperature trend.png – Wikimedia Commons

NOAA and NASA have no daily temperature data from Brazil from 1901. Their maps and graphs are a farce.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

23 Responses to The Fake Brazilian Temperature Record

  1. Stewart Pid says:

    Tony – I like the average latitude showing the thermometers moving over time towards the equator …. they obviously appreciate the hard bodies in thongs on the beaches ;-)

  2. Gator69 says:

    No wonder it is so hot, it’s a brazillian degrees down there!

    • pmc47025 says:

      If a joke is so bad it makes me laugh, does that make it a good joke?

      • arn says:

        Adam Sandler made hundreds of millions of dollars that way.

        • arn says:

          Therefore it can’t be that bad.
          (if something can make you rich without exploiting or hurting others or the environment it can’t be that bad.
          Though i’d advice not to follow Sandlers movie lifestyle as long as one isn”t trying to become white trash)

    • John of Cloverdale, WA, Australia says:

      Ha ha. Could be from the hot babes down there. I still have fond memories of my time down there with UNOCAL. As the population of babes goes up, the temperature rises. Fever!

      • gator69 says:

        Thanks for the reminder John, you have me waxing Brazillian…

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        John, my friends and I have observed that the population of hot babes goes up as we grow older. There is a strong correlation between us growing older and the claimed temperature rise.

  3. Adamant de-Nye-er says:

    Worked on an environmental observation project for the Brazilian government that wound up in the early 2000’s. They didn’t have any reliable data on anything but major coastal population centers (mostly from sea and air ports) before that time, and because of their final implementation of the project, they don’t really have any reliable data since the program was activated. Everything coming from Brazil that deals with numbers must be verified, because everything is edited for political content before it leaves government hands.

  4. Andy DC says:

    I would give our very dense, agenda free and reliable long term temperature record from the US far more credence than the very spotty Brazilian data. Data obtained from God know where, most likely pulled out of the rear end of some alarmist “climate scientist”.

    • Adamant de-Nye-er says:

      Agree, Andy DC, for a lot of reasons. But I’m most concerned that the data integrity of the U.S. information could become compromised, very easily and possibly undetectably.

      • Andy DC says:

        At least Tony has been able to download the raw data in a coherent fashion up to the present. What the future holds is another story. Hopefully the Trump Administration will prevent future tampering.

      • tonyheller says:

        I would know immediately if the data was altered.

  5. frederik wisse says:

    All Brazilian data is fiscalized , any Brazilian knows what this means .
    Big government in optima forma .

  6. Jo Nova published a chart showing the range of sea level “measurements”. At the outlier fringe were stations in socialist Brazil communist China, and some scattered tiny islands whose minuscule populations have been reduced to a State of Fear by the constant dinning of econazi fake data. At the other extreme are sophisticated countries (Canada, Finland, Sweden, Norway) and a scientist encampment in Antarctica showing falling sea level. (visit or JoNova) Still, Brazilian newspaper records go back well over a century and published daily tempertures are accessible on incredibly slow servers. These could be harvested, with daily highs and lows for error bars, and graphed. But the Southern Hemisphere is home to the tip of the population iceberg, and the last place humans are going to affect temperatures or ozone layers. Brazil is in a cold winter.

  7. AZ1971 says:

    Tony, you provide hard evidence that most people who take the climate change meme hook, line and sinker never even question. But when presented with inconvenient facts, suddenly they revert to garbage about “97% consensus!” or “Are all these scientists engaged in fraud?” etc.

    Not necessarily, but it would be nice to know how non-existent data is converted into “evidence” of extreme century-scale warming.

    • Advocatus Diaboli says:

      I second that motion. It would be useful to have arguments handy for the inevitable claim that, “they’re experts, surely they must know what they’re doing when they adjust the temperature numbers.” We need to undermine that innocent trust in “the experts” just because they’ve been anointed as “experts.”

    • tonyheller says:

      They just make it up. It is all fake.

  8. Question: Why is it that 97% of the people who talk about global warming are politicians and political activists? They keep saying “the scientists say…..” but we never hear the scientists saying anything.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *