NOAA Ramps Up Their Climate Fraud In September

NOAA claims global land temperatures were third highest on record in September.

NOAA claims record warmth in central and southern Africa.

Global Climate Report – September 2017 | State of the Climate | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/service/global/map-percentile-mntp/201709-t.gif

Their claim is blatant fraud. NOAA had no thermometer readings in most of the “record warm” area of Africa.

https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/service/global/map-land-sfc-mntp/201709.gif

Satellite data shows that central Africa had close to normal temperatures.

SEPTEMBER_2017_map.png (2100×1300)

NOAA knows they can get away with this, because their criminal behavior is protected by other criminals in the press corps, who have granted them unlimited license to cheat and lie.

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33 Responses to NOAA Ramps Up Their Climate Fraud In September

  1. Rob says:

    I can at least say it is fairly accurate where I live here in Ontario, Canada as it was warmer that usual, save for the first 9 days of very cool temperatures. Those first 9 days probably kept it from being a lot warmer compared to the average.

    Funny about the Africa data yet what I expect with these crooks and the media.

    • tonyheller says:

      You have no way of knowing whether or not the map is accurate without actually looking at the historical thermometer data. September temperatures used to average much warmer in your region prior to 1965.

      • John Peate says:

        They did not! Canada as a whole is more than 1.5C warmer than the pre-industrial. Ontraio is around that.

        • John Peate says:

          Here is NOAA’s summary for September, globally.

          The average global temperature set in September 2017 was 1.40 degrees F above the 20th-century average of 59.0 degrees, according to scientists from NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information. This average temperature was the fourth highest for September in the 1880-2017 record. This marked the 41st consecutive September and the 393rd consecutive month with temperatures above the 20th-century average.

          • Brad says:

            I guess you missed the point of this post about how NOAA manipulates the data to fit their hypothesis.

          • AndyG55 says:

            Take anything that NOAA says, with a strong laxative !!

            Or you will mindlessly regurgitate it.

        • tonyheller says:

          John,

          You are regurgitating propaganda and have no clue what you are talking about.

  2. Tony, your posting of historical newspaper accounts and the entire US temp. data base is compelling evidence that NOAA is corrupt. Several years ago when discussed AGW with the VADM responsible for the day-to-day management of NOAA’s national and international operations for oceanic and atmospheric services and research, and coastal and marine stewardship and, as happens, a friend of mine, he told me in firmly, that as a non-scientist, I was unqualified to discuss the topic. That was impetus form my long quest of the facts. You have been instrumental in that search for truth. Thank you.

  3. TA says:

    NOAA’s fraud is being exposed thanks to you, Tony.

    There is a lot of swamp cleaning still to do in the U.S. govenment. It will probably take all of Trump’s first term to weed them out.

    In the meantime, Tony can show them for the liars they are.

  4. TedL says:

    The land-only map shows below-average readings in the United States, India, Japan and Australia (note Tasmania) that disappear in the land and ocean map. Europe is also significantly warmed in the land and ocean map.

    • Robert B says:

      There are different base periods. Its 1981-2010 in the temperature anomalies. I’m assuming the second is the result of cooling the past.
      What I find strange is how poor the record is, the large differences compared to UAH but not the anomalies considering two completely different methods and an error of ±0.1 that is supposed to be an estimate of 1SD

  5. Ari Saltiel says:

    What the heck does “Blended Land and sea surface temperatures” mean ?
    How can the blend temps they don’t have?

  6. Brad says:

    And like always, lots of blue areas where they do have data get “adjusted” to red.

  7. ronnie says:

    Personally, I find their attempt at posting a pre-emptive ‘Get Out Of Jail Free Card’ most entertaining:

    “The modern global temperature record begins around 1880 because previous observations didn’t cover enough of the planet. Monthly analyses are sometimes updated when additional data becomes available, and the results are subject to change.”

    “updated” …ummmkay :-)

  8. JanVermeer says:

    Much of Western Europe had a very cool September. For the Netherlands they even switched the data from Blue to Red , warmer than average. Incredible.

  9. Mark Fife says:

    I was curious about this portion of their presentation.

    “The Extended Reconstructed Sea Surface Temperature (ERSST) dataset is a global monthly sea surface temperature analysis derived from the International Comprehensive Ocean–Atmosphere Dataset with missing data filled in by statistical methods. This monthly analysis begins in January 1854 continuing to the present and includes anomalies computed with respect to a 1971–2000 monthly climatology. The newest version of ERSST, version 3b, is optimally tuned to exclude under-sampled regions for global averages. In contrast to version 3, ERSST v3b does not include satellite data, which were found to cause a cold bias significant enough to change the rankings of months.”

    So, a reconstruction of data going back to 1854 with all the missing data filled in using statistics. That is a broad, uninformative statement. Be that as it may, they are really blowing some serious smoke. They might as well admit anything going back in time is no different than a wild guess. What a load!

    • TedL says:

      “In contrast to version 3, ERSST v3b does not include satellite data, which were found to cause a cold bias significant enough to change the rankings of months.”

      Wow. Think about that statement. They exclude objective data because it contradicts their conclusions.

    • AndyG55 says:

      There is actually precious little whole of ocean SST data before 2003.

      Southern ocean is particularly badly covered, and most of the NH data is in thin lines along the shipping routes and highly subject to ocean oscillations such as the AMO, PDO.

      Bob Tisdale had a great animation but I can’t find the link.

    • Mark Fife says:

      So, when you blend the mostly fictional history of the world ocean temperatures to the increasingly fictional surface temperature record, both of which have been heavily weighted towards progressively higher temperatures, you get a statistical guestimate of impending climatic catastrophe which has been optimally tuned to yield the maximum amount of grant money.

  10. AndyG55 says:

    Look at India, and other parts of Asia as well.

    Satellites say “around average… NOAA says roasting hot. as well.

  11. RAH says:

    The moral of the story is that if it is gray on the first map it will be pink or red on the second. Very few exceptions.

  12. Joe says:

    “NOAA claims global land temperatures were third highest on record in September” Yep, it took them until the 19th of October to concoct temperature readings for September…

  13. Redford says:

    Mindblowing as usual. Does anyone know what is the page on NOAA’s website with that image ?
    https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/service/global/map-land-sfc-mntp/201709.gif

    I am trying to understand how they are hiding this.

  14. Frank Bellini says:

    NOAA Battery. The graph shows no trend change back to 1850-such a linear trend implies the absence of any pronounced influence on climate outside of nature. If there were a correlation between warming and CO2 in the atmosphere, an obvious disturbance of this linear trend would be present. QED
    Google Sea Level NOAA Battery-graph shows no trend change back to 1850-linear
    ∴no man-warming.

    Your thoughts?

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