Learn To Be A Climate Scientist Right Here!

  1. Cherry pick the most convenient point on your graph.
  2. Throw out all prior inconvenient data.
  3. Draw a linear trend through the last leg of the cycle.

Data.GISS: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis

4. Tamper with the data to cover your tracks.

Data.GISS: GISS Surface Temperature Analysis

If you can follow these simple rules, you are ready to be a fully corrupt and acclaimed collector of government climate grants.

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24 Responses to Learn To Be A Climate Scientist Right Here!

  1. GeologyJim says:

    Reminds me of when we were all little kids and our folks took us to the swings on the playground

    First time we swung really high, there was an anxious
    Moment of uncertainty—. Would we fly off in space??

    We survived. Experience is a great teacher — if you pay attention to cause and consequences

  2. UndercoverInAK says:


    I appreciate your site. I want to say Thank You.

    Was recently responding to a Vox.com (https://www.vox.com/energy-and-environment/2017/12/12/16767152/arctic-sea-ice-extent-chart) article where graph shows current arctic sea ice extent dropping off precipitously from stable ice extent levesl last 1400 years.

    There were comments both pro-AGW and con-AGW and one person commented that sea ice core samples are used to determine sea ice extent. I asked how? He came back with an article about ground (Antarctica/Greenland) ice core samples vice sea ice core samples. Since I know arctic sea ice extent has varied dramatically (due to your site) and melts annually, I do not see how sea ice core samples can determine annual sea ice extent. I pasted your graph showing sea ice extent was lowest in 1954 (from your Arctic Sea Ice Fraud link).

    Least I got a few people to think and question what is being presented as science but which is erroneous data at best.

    Again, Thanks,


    • tonyheller says:

      Vikings sailed all over the Arctic. People who claim the ice used to be “stable” are idiots.

    • AndyG55 says:

      Actually, marine biodata are a pretty good proxie.

      And what they show is theat the current Arctic sea ice extent is actually VERY HIGH compared to the rest of the Holocene.

      There are two main areas where sea ice can expand.

      One is out through the Chukchi Sea.

      A biodata history is shown here…

    • arn says:

      Sea ice cores can not determine sea ice extent
      just as annual rings of a tree can not determine the size of the forest
      the tree was found.
      And sea ice cores should be even less reliable as annual ice sheets can simply melt away while during sommer + trees do not ‘travel’ while
      sea ice is being moved by water and wind throught the years and may be pushed a thousand miles away from its origins.
      (but i’m pretty sure that a consensus will fix this problem for the most advanced lysenkoism ever)

  3. Jeffk says:

    When other planets have dramatic storms and temporary climate changes, there’s no humans there to blame.
    But when that happens here on Earth, the same “experts” blame us!

  4. Gail Combs says:

    You might be interested in what Sundance has to say about the school shooting. He contacted the school about their idiotic policy that lead to the shooting years ago.



    Given the information above someone should sue the everliving CRAP out of this idiotic Social Justice Warrior School Admin. and the Hillary Clinton a$$ kissing Sheriff.


  5. RAH says:

    Another OT:
    The 19th of Feb. 1945 the Marines went ashore on Iwo Jima.

    When it was all over and the US dead were under the wooden crosses in the shadow of Mt. Suribachi.
    Go to the link and watch the very short video from a Marine who survived. I promise you won’t regret it.


    When the dedicated the 5th Marine Cemetery Rabbi Gittelsohn gave what I believe is probably the most powerful eulogy every delivered. Here it is:

    THIS IS PERHAPS THE GRIMMEST, and surely the holiest task we have faced since D-Day. Here before us lie the bodies of comrades and friends. Men who until yesterday or last week laughed with us, joked with us, trained with us. Men who were on the same ships with us, and went over the sides with us, as we prepared to hit the beaches of this island. Men who fought with us and feared with us. Somewhere in this plot of ground there may lie the individual who could have discovered the cure for cancer. Under one of these Christian crosses, or beneath a Jewish Star of David, there may rest now an individual who was destined to be a great prophet to find the way, perhaps, for all to live in plenty, with poverty and hardship for none. Now they lie here silently in this sacred soil, and we gather to consecrate this earth in their memory.
    IT IS NOT EASY TO DO SO. Some of us have buried our closest friends here. We saw these men killed before our very eyes. Any one of us might have died in their places. Indeed, some of us are alive and breathing at this very moment only because men who lie here beneath us, had the courage and strength to give their lives for ours. To speak in memory of such men as these is not easy. Of them, too, can it be said with utter truth: “The world will little note nor long remember what we say here. It can never forget what they did here.”
    No, our poor power of speech can add nothing to what these men and the other dead of our division who are not here have already done. All that we can even hope to do is follow their example. To show the same selfless courage in peace that they did in war. To swear that, by the grace of God and the stubborn strength and power of human will, their sons and ours shall never suffer these pains again. These men have done their job well. They have paid the ghastly price of freedom. If that freedom be once again lost, as it was after the last war, the unforgivable blame will be ours, not theirs. So it be the living who are here to be dedicated and consecrated.
    WE DEDICATE OURSELVES, first, to live together in peace the way they fought and are buried in war. Here lie men who loved America because their ancestors, generations ago helped in her founding, and other men who loved her with equal passion because they themselves or their own fathers escaped from oppression to her blessed shores. Here lie officers and [privates], [Blacks] and whites, rich and poor…together. Here are Protestants, Catholics, and Jews…together. Here no man prefers another because of his faith or despises him because of his color. Here there are no quotas of how many from each group are admitted or allowed. Among these men there is no discrimination. No prejudice. No hatred. Theirs is the highest and purest democracy.
    Anyone among us the living who fails to understand that, will thereby betray those who lie here. Whoever of us lifts his hand in hate against another, or thinks himself superior to those who happen to be in the minority, makes of this ceremony and of the bloody sacrifice it commemorates, an empty, hollow mockery. To this, them, as our solemn, sacred duty, do we the living now dedicate ourselves: to the right Protestants, Catholics, and Jews, of all races alike, to enjoy the democracy for which all of them have here paid the price.
    TO ONE THING MORE do we consecrate ourselves in memory of those who sleep beneath these crosses and stars. We shall not foolishly suppose, as did the last generation of America’s fighting, that victory on the battlefield will automatically guarantee the triumph of democracy at home. This war, with all its frightful heartache and suffering, is but the beginning of our generation’s struggle for democracy. When the last battle has been won, there will be those at home, as there were last time, who will want us to turn our backs in selfish isolation on the rest of organized humanity, and thus to sabotage the very peace for which we fight. We promise you who lie here; we will not do that. We will join hands with Britain, China, Russia—in peace, even as we have in war, to build the kind of world for which you died.
    WHEN THE LAST SHOT has been fired, there will still be those eyes that are turned backward not forward, who will be satisfied with those wide extremes of poverty and wealth in which the seeds of another war can breed. We promise you, our departed comrades: this, too, we will not permit. This war has been fought by the common man; its fruits of peace must be enjoyed by the common man. We promise, by all that is sacred and holy, that your sons, the sons of miners and millers, the sons of farmers and workers—will inherit from your death the right to a living that is decent and secure.
    WHEN THE FINAL CROSS has been placed in the last cemetery, once again there will be those to whom profit is more important than peace, who will insist with the voice of sweet reasonableness and appeasement that it is better to trade with the enemies of mankind than, by crushing them, to lose their profit. To you who sleep here silently, we give our promise: we will not listen: We will not forget that some of you were burnt with oil that came from American wells, that many of you were killed by shells fashioned from American steel. We promise that when once again people seek profit at your expense, we shall remember how you looked when we placed you reverently, lovingly, in the ground.
    THIS DO WE MEMORIALIZE those who, having ceased living with us, now live within us. Thus do we consecrate ourselves, the living, to carry on the struggle they began. Too much blood has gone into this soil for us to let it lie barren. Too much pain and heartache have fertilized the earth on which we stand. We here solemnly swear: this shall not be in vain. Out of this, and from the suffering and sorrow of those who mourn this, will come—we promise—the birth of a new freedom for all humanity everywhere. And let us say…AMEN.

    • RAH says:

      While I’m at it I’m going to share another video sent to me. Meanwhile during the same time period on the other side of the world an Army Master Sergeant captured during the Battle of the Bulge changes history. A hero that until now only those he saved by his actions those close to them knew of. His son wanted to learn what his father did during the war because he would never talk about it. So after his father died he set out on a quest to find out and this is what he found. This is a little under 15 minutes but like the above I promise you will find it time very well spent to watch it.


  6. AndyG55 says:

    Look closely at the two Reykjavik graphs.

    In the first one, 1939 temperature is just above that of 2002.

    In the second, the unadjusted temp of 1939 is just BELOW that of 2002.

    How does that happen ;-)

  7. MrZ says:

    Hi Tony!
    On the temperature tampering…
    Have you compared USHCN FLs52j with GHCN qca?
    I did some random comparison for USHCN stations and months 1936. They don’t stack up and so far the diff span I have seen is +/- 0.4C.

    We don’t have one tampered-with-history to trust but two different…

  8. Nicholas Schroeder, BSME, PE says:

    More of the same.

  9. RAH says:

    I see Joe Bastardi is saying that the global weather pattern is setting up to be March almost identical to what it was in March of 1962 when the worst winter storm to hit the east coast of the US during the last century occurred.


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