New York Times Fraud At Circleville, Ohio

The New York Times claims Circleville, Ohio only got twelve days per year over 90 degrees around 1960.

How Much Hotter Is Your Hometown Than When You Were Born? – The New York Times

In fact, Circleville averaged closer to forty days per year around 1960. The New York Times lied by a factor of more than three. In 1936, Circleville had eighty-five days over 90 degrees.

July/August 1936 was nine degrees warmer than this year at Circleville, with almost every day in 1936 warmer than this year.

They claim the number of days over 90F has increased since 1960, when in fact it has decreased sharply.

And they project there will be a large increase in the number of 90 degree days as CO2 increases. The actual data shows that there has been a sharp decline in 90 degree days as CO2 has increased.

The chart below overlays at the same scale, the actual NOAA data and the New York Times fake data and fake projections.

Their claims about the past and the trends are 100% fraudulent, and the exact opposite of reality.  So basically typical New York Times reporting.

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6 Responses to New York Times Fraud At Circleville, Ohio

  1. R Shearer says:

    It seems as though this “90 degree day” meme is being coordinated by the National Weather Service, which is part of NOAA, and is being fed to multiple “news” organizations, aka useful idiots, for example:

    This summer in Denver has been mild in reality. Plant growth around here is slowing early, mainly due the the cooler than typical temperatures, and I was in the Colorado high country (no pun intended) a couple of days ago, and the Aspens are starting to turn color, ~ a couple of weeks early.

  2. Ron Clutz says:

    Thanks for doing rigorous fact-checking on such propaganda. I need an explanation of the meaning of this graph.×517.png

  3. GW Smith says:

    Thanks, Tony! Keep it up!

  4. AndyDC says:

    It is great to see Tony every day chipping away at the huge mountain of fraud. Since his detractors can’t contradict obvious facts, all they can do is smear the messenger.

  5. RonnyLee says:

    What they are showing is the upslope of a sine wave indicating natural variation. If the oscillation is currently in the trough, as shown by Tony’s combination graphic, their “asute predictions” for increasingly high temperatures will begin to appear as “incontrovertible truth” when the temperatures climb the slope to the oscillation maxima.

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