The Completely Worthless Global Temperature Record

NOAA has no daily temperature records for any location in South America prior to 1908. From 1908 to 1931, they had only one station – at Buenos Aires. One of the worst urban heat island contaminated thermometers on Earth.

That thermometer showed a lot of warming over the past century.

In 1931, South America got another thermometer, across the bay in Uruguay. Now there were two thermometers with daily temperature records for the entire continent.

That thermometer showed a lot of cooling while it was active through 1996.

Given that the more rural station showed cooling, it would make sense to believe that part of South America was cooling from 1930 to 1996, and that Buenos Aires warming was a local effect caused by urbanization.

But the fraudsters at NASA and NOAA show warming.

Data.GISS: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis: Global Maps from GHCN v3 Data

Facts don’t fit the global warming agenda. There is no NOAA daily temperature data for South America prior to 1908, the data from 1908 to 1931 is from a single UHI contaminated station, and from 1931 to 1996 NOAA/NASA show non-existent warming.

Junk science doesn’t get any worse than this.

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5 Responses to The Completely Worthless Global Temperature Record

  1. David Reich says:

    Brilliant! Another skewer into the what is becoming the alarmist punching bag!

  2. Lorne Cooper says:

    Keep the exposés coming. The world needs to see how badly they’ve been deceived by the global war mists!

  3. Derek Colman says:

    The entirety of NOAA temperature records is one big fraud and yet decisions involving the spending of trillions of dollars of taxpayers money are being made off the back of them. It is truly the largest scam ever perpetrated.

  4. Paul Homewood says:


  5. TedL says:

    Interesting that the West Antarctic Peninsula shows up so warm. It’s a volcanic hot spot so my guess is the anomalous warmth is not due to increased atmospheric CO2. James Edward Kamis has published a number of interesting articles on climate and subsea volcanoes.

    Related to this is the recent story of a polynya appearing in the Weddell Sea. Mysterious! until Kamis points out it is located over, and corresponds in shape rather closely, to a undersea volcanic area.

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