The Maine Climate Reanalyzer

The University of Maine Climate Reanalyzer uses fake NOAA temperature data to generate their graphs and erase the heat of the past.

Climate Reanalyzer

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5 Responses to The Maine Climate Reanalyzer

  1. czechlist says:

    I believe we will see an increase in warming but not due to anything human’s can control. Earth’s magnetic field is weakening (pole shift?) allowing more electromagnetic connection, solar wind, cosmic rays and galactic/space debris to impact our planet. And, other planets are displaying unusual activity indicating a solar influence.
    I believe the “powers” have known this and have used the GHG scam for grift and control.

  2. Conrad Ziefle says:

    According to a geology book that I have been reading, the magnetic poles have shifted (I think that means reversed) many times in the past, and they can tell this from some arrangements on the ocean floor. In any case, I wonder what the theories are about why the poles shift. Is it because of something on Earth, which I doubt, or something about neighboring celestial bodies, which would make more sense to me. I.e. if the sun shoots a burst of radiation at us, or an asteroid collides with us, or passes close by, maybe a comet. Anyone know?

    • arn says:

      I wouldn’t blame celestial bodies , but the inner core.

      Maybe the dynamics are similar to screws and handles in zero gravity.

      Those use to spin constantly – and then do a complete 180 after a certain period, and then another 180.
      The weak point of my bi stability analogy is that those objects are not as symetric as our planet.

  3. Caleb Shaw says:

    Thanks for again exposing the stupidity (basically fraud) of these adjustments, made by people who have lost their grasp of reality. They think money and power are the reality, but they are illusions prone to vanishing like mirages. You can work your whole life for a pension, and hyperinflation can make it worthless in six months. (A loaf of bread in Berlin that cost around 160 Marks at the end of 1922 cost 200,000,000,000 Marks by late 1923.) In like manner “security” in terms of working for the government or universities can vanish. However reality itself is hard truth.

    This winter has been mild, but so was the winter of 1887-1888. It was one of the mildest any could recall. Then, on March 17, the blizzard of 1888 exploded south of Long Island. Four feet of snow in NYC with storm force winds over 60 mph creating drifts up to third story windows. (It led to the creation of NYC subways, for above-ground transport came to a complete halt.)

    Facing reality does not consist of dickering about “adjusting” temperatures. It involves studying the history in the unadjusted records we possess, and, while hoping for the best, being ready or the worst.

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