Alterations To GISS Surface Temperatures From 2001 To 2015


In 2001, NASA showed about 0.5C warming from 1880 to 2000.

2001 Version  from this referring page

By 2015, they had doubled 1880-2000 warming.

2015 Version

In the process of doing this, thet erased the post 1940’s cooling, which was blamed for “Drouths, floods, blizzards, tornadoes, typhoons and hurricanes.

14 Jul 1974, Page 1 – Lincoln Journal Star at

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7 Responses to Alterations To GISS Surface Temperatures From 2001 To 2015

  1. J Mac says:

    The ‘global temperature’ changes, in the blink of a lie…..

  2. LOL in Oregon says:

    But keep in mind, they get paid anyway!
    ….especially if they kow-tow to the religion!

  3. Gator says:

    Climate experts are like fishermen, the temperatures get bigger with each recounting of the tale.

  4. Scott says:

    Hoping you might do something on Northeast Sea level rise. I work in marine construction and the Hysteria in Boston is unbearable, would be nice to show them the actual data, even thought he industry should boom form the false claims.

  5. Aussie says:

    I know you have reported on this in the past but this is very simple and easily understood. Well done again.

    By the way, your friend Craig Kelly has been apparently told to “shut up” by the Australian PMs office. Seems the PM has succumbed to the pressure from alarmists and adopts the techniques of Maos China on “dissenters”. Trouble is, it won’t buy him any votes as Lefties and ABC TV watchers never vote Liberal or National anyway… to say nothing of a commitment to letting science guide policy rather than lies and fraudulent data…

  6. rory says:

    Thank you Tony. It’s been minus 20 to minus 40 c for over two weeks here in the north where I live. I wonder if any alarmists would like to come and visit?

  7. rwbenson says:


    I mentioned this in another post, but I will repeat it since it is very relevant to this topic.

    Is there a way to find the list of adjustments made to the GISS data set and to find the rationale for the adjustments.

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