NOAA/NASA Iceland Fraud – Worse Than It Seems

I’ve blogged numerous times about NOAA and NASA erasing the 1940’s warmth in Iceland.

Data.GISS: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis

The CIA knew about the 1930s-1940’s warmth in Iceland and subsequent cooling.

a number of climatologists are in agreement that the northern hemisphere, at least, is growing cooler.*

–Iceland, because of its location, is a good indicator of changes in the whole Northern Hemisphere. The weather records and evidence for Iceland indicate that the past 4 decades were the most abnormal period in the last 1000 years–much much warmer. (See Figure 4.)

–The arctic ice area has perceptibly increased
in the past few years.

–The English growing season has been
shortened by a week or more since the 1940’s.


Iceland warmth in the 1940’s wrecked the global warming story, so climate fraudsters at NOAA and NASA simply erased it.

But the Iceland story is much worse than it seems. NOAA only has daily temperature data for Reykjavik going back to 1949.

In fact, NOAA has no daily temperature data for any Iceland station prior to 1944, and none from 1945, 1946, 1947 or 1948. So what is the basis for their data tampering? Whatever it is, it has nothing to do with science.

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11 Responses to NOAA/NASA Iceland Fraud – Worse Than It Seems

  1. alf says:

    What is wrong with NASA’s sea level satellite?

  2. richard verney says:


    I would like some more info. You state:

    NOAA has no daily temperature data for any Iceland station prior to 1944, and none from 1945, 1946, 1947 or 1948.

    If that is so, what is the source of data for the green plot line in Figure 1, which is said to be the Reykjavik GHCN v3 unadjusted data?

  3. RAH says:

    I guess the data from the WW II years was lost because it was certainly recorded at the time.
    Both sides recognized how strategically important Iceland was. It was a key to either maintaining or cutting the sea routes between the New World and the Old. Hitler toyed with invasion and even had preliminary plans drawn up but the British acted and occupied it May of 1940.
    In April of 1941 the US sent forces to replace the British forces occupying the island. This had been a long time coming at the request of Winston Churchill. Release of the seasoned British troops would allow their deployment to other theaters where they were sorely needed. In the mean time the incoming US troops and Marines could train up.

    Iceland was also a critical part of the weather net which gave the allies a distinct advantage over Germany. To forecast weather that would effect operations in Europe the Germans had to rely on reports from Submarines, long range aircraft, and very vulnerable weather ships deployed to the N. Atlantic. The Allies controlled Iceland and Greenland and had to establish permanent weather stations on both islands.

    So the data for the period once existed, and may still, but apparently has been lost.

    • mkelly says:

      I was stationed in Iceland several times flying ASW from Keflavik. US Navy and or Loflieter need to know temperature for take off and landings. There has been a weather off in Iceland since the airplane started being flown from there.

      • RAH says:

        Heck mkelly, they not only need temperatures they need wind directions and speed and barometric pressure along with weather forecasts for their flight plans.

        Iceland was a critical link in the airfield chain that lead between the new and old world as I have pointed out before here when writing about the history of the US scheme to fly massive numbers of combat aircraft to Europe using the northern route.

        There HAD to have been a good record of the data at one time. Where it is now apparently is anyone’s guess.

  4. Keith says:

    As always, very interesting post.

    This link shows what were called the ice years in Iceland. Note that the coldest period in the north according to this analysis is 1965 – 1971, whereas in the south it was 1979 – 1986 – see figure 2.

    Some of the plots look like Giss type because they show gradual temperature increases but figure 2 does not.

  5. Keith says:

    Figure 9 in this link shows a drop in sea temperatures from early 1960’s to late 1960’s and through the 1980’s.

  6. James in Perth says:

    Thanks for the documentary evidence of the Ice Age Scare. What I really liked though was seeing Peter Gwynne’s name on the article. My memory is that he wrote more Newsweek articles than anyone else. And whether the predictions are correct or not, at least the writing is good!

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