NOAA Takes Climate Cynicism To A New Level

NOAA claims the US has warmed one degree over the past twenty years.

Normal U.S. temperature a degree hotter than two decades ago – Los Angeles Times

All of the claimed warming is due to data tampering by NOAA. They adjusted temperatures from twenty years ago down about 0.2F and recent temperatures up by 1.2F.

The US has cooled slightly over the past twenty years.

The level of cynicism and fraud of the Biden administration appears to be boundless.

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14 Responses to NOAA Takes Climate Cynicism To A New Level

  1. Nelson says:

    How soon before they bury the Climate Reference Network. It is shocking at the total lack of integrity displayed by so many scientists.

  2. Steve Cooksey says:

    With the Biden administration, Tony and Kirye will have no shortage of material to debunk.

  3. E Martin says:

    We never seem to see a temperature plot of the USCRN – What is that showing?

  4. G W Smith says:

    Thanks, Tony. They hypocrisy is incredible; they don’t even care if they get found out.

  5. ThinkingScientist says:


    I am currently doing some glacier forward modelling for a sceptic paper at forthcoming Geol Soc conference in the UK. I have some interesting results removing some of the temperature trend post-1960s from HadCRUT4 – the match to glacier retreat improves significantly.

    I would like the raw and adjusted annual series that you show on your website for the US. I want to run the two models and see how they compare to glacial retreat. I could download all the data and average etc but its a faff and I thought you might have it quickly available. Just annual raw and annual adjusted as time series would do.

    I presume you can access my email from my post details.



  6. dm says:

    Mann is the major cause of global warming. The Lyscience is settled.

  7. Jake Sinclair says:

    Did they ever get those clowns off the boat that got stuck in the iceless Antartica?

  8. mlh says:

    Data manipulation is a corollary to: “It’s not the people who vote that count, it’s the people who count the votes.” – Joseph Stalin

  9. James H. Shanley says:

    During the last glacial maximum, the Hudson river cut a channel south of it’s present
    outlet, to a point that is now under 300 ft. of ocean. It was during a period when the
    ice cap over NY State was estimated to be over 9,000 feet thick. The maximum ocean
    depth is estimated to have been 400 ft below present levels. It obviously required a hell
    of a lot of evaporation to move that much water to the polar ice caps. How could such a thing happen without a warming of the ocean? Now we are told that a warming in the
    North Atlantic will melt the remaining polar ice. I don’t know what to believe.

  10. Denis Ables says:

    Nowadays ice ages are referred to as “glaciations”, apparently because it turns out that our planet has been experiencing a cooling trend for the past 65 million years. Over the past 1.3 million years there have been 13 glaciations, average duration 90,000 years, each followed by a warming period (such as we now enjoy) average duration 10,000 years.

    Google “Post-Glaciation Sea Level Rise” or “12,000 year graph of sea level” if the graph does not appear in place of this comment.

    This graph sends an important message because it likely reflects typical sea level response during any of the past 13 interim warming periods. About 6,000 years ago the RATE of increase in sea level began to drop and that decreasing rate has continued. Now the rate of increase is a minuscule 1 to 3 mm per year. (1mm = about 4/100 of one inch). During this warming period sea level has increased more than 400 feet. The concern about rising ocean levels over the past several decades is based on the last few inches of sea level increase.

    If this 1.3-million year trend continues then another glaciation is next. A foot or two of water covering the Big Apple is hardly comparable to sitting under a mile high glacier for a goodly portion of the next 90,000 years.

    CO2 increase began in the mid 1800s, as our industrial revolution started. That increase is at least partially related to human activity. However, even though CO2 increase has been consistent there have been periods during which there was no temperature increase, and a three decade cooling period between 1945 and 1975. There are apparently other stronger forces at work. The popular belief is that increasing CO2 causes global warming which not only warms the oceans, but also causes glacier melt.

    However there is no evidence that CO2 has ever had any impact on our global temperature. The proponents of warming have generated numerous computer models to justify their position. These models all assume that CO2 causes warming, but not much. The supposed CO2 impact is not enough to be worrisome so the models introduced another culprit, water vapor feedback, which generates 2 to 3 times the temperature increase as supposedly brought on by CO2 increase.

    However, recently some Oslo researchers have demonstrated experimentally that CO2 levels increasing from .04% to 100% lead to no observable temperature increase. At least one other group has replicated that experiment.

    If CO2 has little or no impact on warming that also rules out the possibility of any significant impact from water vapor feedback. There are also other problems with the water vapor feedback assumption. That feedback claim depends on the applicability of the greenhouse gas theory to actions which involve the open atmosphere. In that case the GHG theory brings with it a necessary condition – there is an accompanying necessary (but not sufficient) condition that there must also be a warmer region about 10km above the tropics, a “hot spot”. Despite decades of radiosondes that hot spot has never been found. The alarmists’ response about that missing hot spot offers little more than speculation as to where it may have gone.

    But there’s another indication of cooling. Sun activity (sun spots) has recently gone quiet. Sun activity has driven every warming and cooling period during the past 800,000 years according to Don Easterbrook (geologist). His book “The Solar Magnetic Cause of Climate Changes and Origin of the Ice Ages” is available at Amazon. It’s based strictly on data. John Casey also talks about sun influence in “Dark Winter”.

    Henrik Svensmark, Danish physicist, was claiming the same back in the 90s. Svensmark’s theory is that cosmic rays entering the lower atmosphere contribute to cloud cover. (CERN has long since validated Svensmark’s theory.) The normally unchanging stream of cosmic rays entering the lower atmosphere are partially blocked when the sun is active because of the sun’s strengthened magnetic field. An active sun therefore results in fewer cosmic rays entering the lower atmosphere hence lower average cloud cover which implies that more sun radiation reaches the earth’s surface, hence a warmer earth. When the sun is inactive the lower atmosphere receives more cosmic rays which leads to more cloud cover. More sun radiation is reflected back to space so less radiation reaches the earth’s surface which leads to cooling. It’s simple, and as Svensmark puts it – cloud cover dictates climate.

    The sun has been active until recently which supposedly brought on our current warming. But now the sun has become quiet so average cloud cover should be increasing and a cooling should follow. Some indications of the arrival of cooling are the temperatures since 2016, (see Dr. Roy Spencer’s graph), also February 2021 was the coolest in about four decades. Texas experienced a record cold winter. England has experienced the coldest April (as of the 18th) since 1922 and Germany the chilliest April since 1917. The theory is simple and the data (oth live and Easterbrook’s) is beginning to support it.

    There is considerable evidence that COOLING, rather than warming, is next on Mother Nature’s agenda. Those trillions of dollars to fight global warming can be shelved unless fighting a naturally-caused colder climate can be justified.

  11. James H. Shanley says:


    I have a very old book on historical geology and I find many places where it refers to
    glaciation in additional to using the term “ice cap”. There was a time when all geologists
    new the difference between ice caps and mountain glaciers. In case you didn’t know,
    ice caps can and do reach a depth of about 9,000 feet at which point heat and pressure
    will cause melting at the bottom, at that point it is not unreasonable to consider it a
    point of glacial maximum. At that time the ice cap covered Canada from the east all
    the way to the Pacific coast. It also covered most of northern US. Of course the ice
    cap advanced and retreated several times. and there is physical evidence for that,
    but it only left us once, and the experts time it’s final retreat starting about 50,000
    years ago. Yes there are other experts who go for 20,000 years, but who cares.

  12. James H. Shanley says:


    Here is some info that you may find useful: I read a book by a Dr. Douglas Parker about
    the origins of us humans, which seems to have been concurrent with the last ice age
    which goes back about 3 mys. Mr Parker revealed that he was aware of deep ocean
    sediment tests which used oxygen 16 and O18 levels to estimate the amount of sea water
    tied up in the global ice caps. At maximum, the estimate was 3+ percent which if we
    assume an average depth of 14,000 feet, it seems to be reasonably close to other estimates. I do not have Mr. Parker’s book now but I know that his home was in the UK, possibly Leeds. He may not be willing to talk, but it’s worth a try.

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