Japanese Stations

I’ve been looking at Japanese thermometers on Google Earth, and the vast majority of them are located in catastrophically bad locations on or near asphalt in the middle of large urban areas. One exception is at Miyako, about 300 miles north of Tokyo.  They show very little if any summer warming.

Compare vs. Kyoto, where the station is located in the middle of an urban jungle, and temperatures are warming.

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8 Responses to Japanese Stations

  1. Josh says:

    Better example is Hachojima (in Tokyo Ward) shows 0 warming, while Tokyo Metropolitan Area shows 2 celsius warming since 1900.

  2. Kirye says:

    Miyama is a rural area in Kyoto Prefecture. (‘_’)
    https://twitter.com/KiryeNet/status/1028667316827959296

    • gregole says:

      Thanks for that Kirye. Interesting that well-sited rural sites so frequently show a cooling trend in this time-period. It’s almost like the warmunists started their campaign of propaganda and lies close to the height of a warm-period that had peaked-out in the late ’80s and every thing else we’ve seen to indicate warming has been from adjustments to the longer temperature record.

      Of course, I do not know this to be fact, but something funny is going on.

  3. spike55 says:

    And while that Kyoto station really only represents the dense urban area, it gets averaged/smeared using whatever method is used, to huge areas outside the urban area,

    But still we get no warming in Japan, even with those urban island effects

    Only conclusion can be that Japan is actually COOLING

  4. RAH says:

    Ah well vacation is over and it’s back to the grindstone. Deliver replacement auto parts to the Advanced Auto Parts DC in Kutztown, PA tomorrow afternoon. Then go further east to Pottstown, PA and take a break. Tuesday morning I get loaded with catalyst there and then go up to Phillipsburg, PA not too far from Joe Bastardi’s part of the country to pickup a few more pallets, and then deliver that load to our terminal in Vandalia and take another break. No chance of making it home until sometime Wednesday morning. So no comet viewing for me tonight though I may see some in the darkness tomorrow morning as I prepare to leave the house.

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