Climate Scamsters Slip Up

There is no such thing as a “global surface temperature” measurement, due to very poor coverage.

Last Month Was the Hottest June Ever – Yale E360

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7 Responses to Climate Scamsters Slip Up

  1. Scott Allen says:

    How long before that twitter post and the article are scrubbed

    They just proved what climate ‘deniers’ have been telling everyone for years

    • rah says:

      The lie their asses off. It is what they’ve been doing all along. They change color schemes of color pictures of coral to make it looked bleached out. They take pictures of water cooling towers spewing steam at coal fired power plants and use techniques to make the white steam look dark and dirty.

      The drone Attenborough’s team used to film spooked walruses so badly it drove the beasts off a cliff to their deaths but when the scenes were presented on the BBC it was claimed climate change caused it.

      The lies and deceptions are never ending. And yet where the rubber meets the road, and people are asked what they are most concerned about, Climate Change always comes out at the bottom of the list, if it even makes the list.

      • Ivan G Wainwright says:

        Have another look at the ‘falling walruses’ scam, rah. You will find that the walruses were choosing falling off a cliff over being attacked by a dirty-great polar bear behind them which was out-of-shot.

        • Crispin Pemberton-Pigott says:

          I think both explanations are viable.

          Blaming global warming for polar bears eating walruses, however, is a bit of a stretch.

  2. Gamecock says:

    How does a lack of weather stations make it hard to warn people? Is a weather station a communication device? About future events? Someone from Yale said this?

    Anywho, thanks to satellites, we have some temperature data for Africa.

  3. Dan says:

    Looking closely at the maps, the ‘hottest’ areas are those that have no measuring devices and the temperature is estimated by a computer program. It is not difficult to create a ‘hottest ever’ scenario if you are able to estimate temperatures.

  4. _Jim says:

    An obvious fraud has been committed by Yale Environment 360 – can anybody else spot it?

    So-called “weather stations” (as referred to in the text of the tweet) do not equal “weather radar stations” as shown in the accompanying map.

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