NOAA Hiding The Decline

Making the heat of the 1930’s disappear is very important for the global warming scam.  Not only were CO2 levels low in the 1930’s but atmospheric H2O levels were also very low.

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The US had severe or extreme drought coast to coast in 1934, meaning low levels of greenhouse gas H2O in the atmosphere.

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And not much better in 1936.

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The drought was world-wide.

22 Jun 1934, Page 3 – Hartford Courant at Newspapers.com

04 Jun 1934 – WORLD DROUGHT – Trove

19 Jul 1934 – DROUGHT IN ENGLAND. – Trove

12 May 1934, 13 – The Guardian at Newspapers.com

19 Jan 1934, Page 10 – The Sydney Morning Herald at Newspapers.com

05 Jun 1934, Page 5 – The News-Chronicle at Newspapers.com

The summers of 1934 and 1936 were incredibly hot across the US.

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On July 25, 1934 it was 110 degrees in Kentucky, 114 degrees in Missouri, 113 degrees in Illinois, and 111 degrees in Ohio.

On July 25, 1936 it was 117 degrees in Iowa, 116 degrees in South Dakota, and 115 degrees in Nebraska.

Temperatures that hot don’t occur in the Midwest any more, so it is necessary for fraudsters at NOAA to tamper with the data and make the past heat disappear.  And they don’t do it alone. Scientists around the world colluded to make past global warmth disappear.

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4 Responses to NOAA Hiding The Decline

  1. Josh says:

    The Chinese Met Office showed little warming between 1999-2014, confirming the pause. Gavin should answer why the Chinese Met Office cannot find the same amount of warming as GISS/NOAA did despite using the same tampered data.

  2. Josh says:

    NOAA is going to report 2018 as 4th warmest year on record without providing the disclaimer that many rural stations are no longer in use, the urban heat island effect, and that satellite show far less warming.

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