A New Fraud Algorithm From NOAA

US January-May temperatures have dropped over the past forty years and particularly over the past twenty years.

The last three January-May periods in the US have had the least warm weather since the start of the 20th century.

In order to hide this, NOAA has adopted a new algorithm over the past five years where they simply add huge amounts of additional data tampering on top of their normal fraud.

The tampering is particularly bad for maximum temperatures.

Until 400 PPM CO2, the data tampering used to track CO2, but even that fraud wasn’t enough to keep up with the cooling, so they have adopted new tactics.

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7 Responses to A New Fraud Algorithm From NOAA

  1. Bob Hoye says:

    Outstanding exposure of fraud.
    The crooks are not recording temperature.
    They are plotting atmospheric concentrations of CO2.
    But representing it as temp.

    • D. Boss says:

      I say keep reporting on the fraud, and I hope they keep increasing the magnitude of the fraud too! That sounds insane I know, but the sooner it becomes obvious to the average joe and jane that they are being lied to, the sooner the masses will stop listening to the Climate Cult mantra!

      And the more they increase their lies, the easier it will be for simple folks to realize they are being scammed. Once a critical mass of persons sees this is indeed man made climate change (fudging the data to fit a dead theory) – the sooner the damage the misanthropic policies to combat a non existent problem will cease.

  2. rah says:

    You can smell their desperation: Check this Bull Shiza out that just came across my microsoft news feed!
    The New York Times
    More Than a Third of Heat Deaths Are Tied to Climate Change, Study Says

    • ledag says:

      One third is because of heat, and the other two thirds because of COVID19?…
      Indeed, that NYT article reeks of despair.

  3. GreyGeek says:

    I’ve lived in Eastern Nebraska since the early 1960s. In 1960-61, as a freshman in college, we had a two week heatwave that drove everyone into the showers 2 or 3 times a day (no AC in dorms back then) just to cool off and wash off the sweat.

    However, since then I’ve noticed that the years has been trending cooler. Spring this year, 2021, is the coolest I can remember. It’s May 31st. Last week we dropped to 46F by 7AM. There has been no need to water the lawn at this year, so far, It is lush and gorgeous. The weather predictions for Easter Nebraska for EACH MONTH beginning with January were for above normal temperatures and lower than average rainfall. The reality has been the exact opposite.

    The following website discusses thermometer accuracy.

    When I was in grad school in the late 60’s we had to calibrate our mercury thermometers for the temperature range we were using them at. We used phase changes of materials to establish a precise temperature at several points and created a chart showing the observed reading against the actual reading. The calibration process was repeated each semester or when we replaced a thermometer due to breakage.

    It doesn’t matter which method (physical, mechanical or electrical) is used to measure temperature. What matters is how the devices are calibrated, and how often, and the training given to those taking the measurements. IF one reads the HARRY_README.TXT file from the 2009 CRU hack the quality of both the data used and the programs applied to that data demonstrated that nothing honestly derived could come from it.

  4. MGJ says:

    So now we do have a hockey stick – in data tampering – hooray!

  5. Ted Baker says:

    Can you please include links to the datasets?

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