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#441 Rogerdodger

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Posted 16 July 2023 - 10:53 AM

1895 forward, there is a decided upward trend visible.

 

Maybe we should remember that historical data has been "doctored" to fit China's planned control and destruction of the USA as a world economic leader.

 

Official records systematically 'adjusted' to show heating...
The most costly scare the world has known.
When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically "adjusted" to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.

Two weeks ago, under the headline "How we are being tricked by flawed data on global warming", I wrote about Paul Homewood, who, on his Notalotofpeopleknowthat blog, had checked the published temperature graphs for three weather stations in Paraguay against the temperatures that had originally been recorded. In each instance, the actual trend of 60 years of data had been dramatically reversed, so that a cooling trend was changed to one that showed a marked warming.

This was only the latest of many examples of a practice long recognised by expert observers around the world – one that raises an ever larger question mark over the entire official surface-temperature record.



#442 Rich C

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Posted 16 July 2023 - 03:29 PM

 

1895 forward, there is a decided upward trend visible.

 

Maybe we should remember that historical data has been "doctored" to fit China's planned control and destruction of the USA as a world economic leader.

 

Official records systematically 'adjusted' to show heating...
The most costly scare the world has known.
When future generations look back on the global-warming scare of the past 30 years, nothing will shock them more than the extent to which the official temperature records – on which the entire panic ultimately rested – were systematically "adjusted" to show the Earth as having warmed much more than the actual data justified.

Two weeks ago, under the headline "How we are being tricked by flawed data on global warming", I wrote about Paul Homewood, who, on his Notalotofpeopleknowthat blog, had checked the published temperature graphs for three weather stations in Paraguay against the temperatures that had originally been recorded. In each instance, the actual trend of 60 years of data had been dramatically reversed, so that a cooling trend was changed to one that showed a marked warming.

This was only the latest of many examples of a practice long recognised by expert observers around the world – one that raises an ever larger question mark over the entire official surface-temperature record.

 

You miss the point through over simplification.  Adjustments are made all the time, what is important is WHY the adjustments are made, and do they yield HIGHER QUALITY data or LOWER QUALITY data.

 

Your study was reviewed by a Koch Bros. funded climate skeptic and he found that the adjustments were "inconsequential".  That means that they do NOT support your belief that climate change is a hoax.

 

Even longtime climate skeptic Steven Mosher quashes the new story in And Then There’s Physics:

And even a more pedestrian example would be eyeglasses, where we actually distort the “raw data” that enters our eye in order to compensate for and correct our bad vision. Adjustments help us see things clearly.

Adjustments aim at correcting measured data, raw data, in order to improve its quality. In the context of temperature series for land we can break the problem down logically. A temperature observation consists of a temperature measured by a sensor at time and a location. The skeptical concern over the years has been focused on bias or distortion corrupting this raw data: Bias in sensors , bias in observation time and biases that arise due to location.

Mosher is part of  the celebrated, Koch funded Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST  – get it?) that Richard Muller pulled together a few years ago.  Muller styled himself as a proper skeptic, who was not convinced that his fellow scientists weren’t up to no good in their temperature reconstructions, and told the world he was going to set things straight.

Funny thing is, he hired some real scientists to do the work, and they came up with exactly the same results everyone else had over the last 25 years.

 

Mosher and BEST colleague Zeke Hausfather have now published a more in depth piece, linked here – somewhat of a slog if you’re not comfortable parsing homogenous adjustments, break points and metadata.

 

Takeaway – “On balance the effect of adjustments is inconsequential.”

 

https://climatecrock...perature-story/

 


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#443 Rogerdodger

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Posted 18 July 2023 - 12:17 PM

“On balance the effect of adjustments is inconsequential.”

But just enough to give us NEW RECORD TEMPERATURES!

 

This "Record heat" caused my air conditioner to use 800 KWH LESS than a year ago!

 

My garden looks marvelous with the almost daily showers that have come thru all summer.

My lawn mower has to be used twice a week just to keep up with the neighbors.

The "record drought" from the past few summers has been completely reversed.

Our pool hasn't been warm enough to swim until recently.

My indoctrinated grandson went in anyway and came up shivering and said: "I'll be glad when Global Warming is over. It's too cold!"

Several years ago we could swim in May.

 

This will be ignored by the bought-and-paid-for Chinese Lame$tream New$!:

Posted 27 June 2023 - 09:20 PM

Las Vegas failed to reach 100 degrees for 291 straight days.

 

The National Weather Service notes that this broke the all-time longest streak of consecutive days below 100 degrees, which was set in 1964-1965 at 290 days.

More Taxe$ on the USA is CHINA'S...er... our only hope to stop GLOBAL WARMING

 

Hot in one place, cool in another, Hot one year cool the next, Drought one decade, Floods the next. 12 years with no hurricanes, devistation the next.


Edited by Rogerdodger, 18 July 2023 - 12:29 PM.


#444 Rich C

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Posted 18 July 2023 - 12:59 PM

The temperature of your pool on a given day is certainly not a broad enough study to yield a compelling conclusion about climate change.

 

Below is a current article from Republican Steve Forbes magazine.

 

https://www.forbes.c...sh=7786a323585b

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"An unrelenting series of summer heat waves have shattered single-day temperature records throughout the South and Southwest this summer, breaking longstanding records in major cities across the country, as “dangerously” hot conditions linger in Arizona, California and Texas this week.

Timeline

July 15 Flagstaff, Arizona, tied a daily record high at 89 degrees, according to National Weather Service data.

 

July 14 Two major Texas cities tied their daily high temperature records, with San Antonio hitting 105 degrees and Waco reaching 104, while Fort Worth, Texas, broke its daily record at 106 and Phoenix tied its daily high at 116.

 

July 13 Phoenix set its latest daily high temperature record at 114 degrees, following a string of daily temperature records in the city, while Baton Rouge, Louisiana, tied its daily record at 99 degrees.

 

July 12 Phoenix tied a daily temperature record at a high of 114 degrees, tying a record set in 2020.

July 11 Fort Lauderdale, Florida, tied its daily high temperature, at 96 degrees.

July 8 Miami broke its daily temperature record for the fourth-straight day and for the fifth time over just six days, at 96 degrees.

July 6 Tucson, Arizona, set a record daily high, with thermometers reading 110 degrees, breaking the city’s previous record by one degree.

July 5 Portland, Oregon, reached a sweltering 98 degrees, breaking the city’s daily record high by two degrees, while Vancouver, Washington, and Eugene, Oregon, also set daily highs, at 96 and 99 degrees, respectively, and El Paso, Texas, broke a daily record at a whopping 107 degrees.

 

July 4 Tampa set a daily record high again with thermometers reading 97 degrees—July 4 was the planet’s hottest day in nearly 125,000 years, at 62.92 degrees, according to the University of Maine Climate Change Institute.

July 1 Tampa broke its daily record (99 degrees), while Stockton, California, broke its record by one degree (109) and Sacramento tied its record (109).

June 30 Multiple cities across the country tied their daily record highs, including Tampa (96 degrees), Corpus Christi, Texas (98), and Billings, Montana (99).

June 29 Miami set its second-consecutive daily temperature record at 95 degrees, while Fort Worth, Texas, narrowly hit a record daily high at 103 degrees and New Orleans broke another daily record at 100 degrees—marking the first time the temperature has reached triple-digits at the city’s airport in seven years.

 

June 28 Roswell, New Mexico, set another daily high at 112 degrees, the city’s second hottest day on record, while Miami broke another daily record with a temperature of 95 degrees.

June 25 As the heat wave stretched east, New Orleans set a new daily record at 98 degrees, beating its former high of 97 set last year.

June 24 Roswell, New Mexico tied its daily heat record with a high of 110 degrees set in 1990, while San Antonio for the second straight day tied its daily record (102).

June 23 San Antonio tied its daily heat record at 102 degrees, while Laredo set another daily record (109).

June 22 Corpus Christi, McAllen and Laredo continued to break record daily high temperature records (103, 105 and 114 degrees, respectively).

June 21 The Florida Keys tied a daily high temperature record at 94 degrees, while St. Paul, Minnesota, broke a daily record (91), Corpus Christi, Texas, broke a daily record (100) and Houston tied its daily record (99).

 

June 20 Laredo and McAllen broke daily records again, at 114 and 106 degrees, respectively, while Austin set another daily record (106) and Midland broke its daily record (109).

June 19 Records were smashed across Texas during a heat wave, with new daily highs hit in San Antonio (105 degrees) and McAllen (107), while Austin tied its prior daily record of 106 degrees, according to the National Weather Service and Laredo tied an all-time record-high temperature for the city (115)—Laredo broke another daily record on June 13 (111 degrees).

June 16 Miami broke a daily record with a temperature of 95 degrees—toppling a record that had stood for 12 years—while Fort Lauderdale broke a daily heat record (95 degrees).

June 3 Cincinnati broke a daily high record that had been set in 1951 (93 degrees).

June 2 Hartford also saw a daily record (94 degrees), beating a record set in 1961 by 3 degrees and Philadelphia narrowly beat a 23-year record (95 degrees), while temperature records also fell in the Midwest, including in St. Louis (93 degrees) and Detroit (90 degrees).

June 1 Buffalo set daily temperature records on consecutive days to start off the month (90 degrees), while Syracuse, New York, set a record at 91 degrees, and Fargo, North Dakota, set a daily record at 97 degrees.

News Peg

An excessive heat warning is in effect in Arizona, southern California and parts of Nevada, with heat advisories in effect throughout the South and Southwest, bringing “dangerously hot conditions” and a heat index—how hot it feels outside when humidity is taken into consideration—into the 120s and 130s in some areas. Forecasters urged residents to stay hydrated in air-conditioned rooms, avoid strenuous outdoor activity and take “extra precautions” while outside.

What To Watch For

More daily heat records. Forecasters warn southwestern cities, including Phoenix—which is in the midst of an unrelenting multi-week heat wave—could continue to set records this week, while heat warnings could keep toppling daily records from California to Florida.

Tangent

Forecasters expect the early-season heat waves to be a sign of things to come, as a weather phenomenon called El Niño develops, bringing warmer air north, and as scientists warn the effects of climate change from greenhouse gas emissions will continue to drive temperatures upward, prolong drought conditions and make wildfires more frequent and strong. Roughly 1,500 cities and towns in the U.S. broke daily heat records over a 30-day period ending last September, as heat waves spread throughout the U.S., as well as the U.K. and southern Europe. So far this year, a heat wave in China took down single-day records in China, while in the U.K., forecasters are warning of the hottest year on record."


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#445 Rogerdodger

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Posted 19 July 2023 - 10:33 AM

1936: Nationally, about 5,000 people died from the heat.
"poor farming methods which left little vegetation to help mitigate the hot temperatures."
 
"They paved paradise to put up a parking lot"
"They took all the trees and put them in a tree museum"
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1. Absorption of heat by urban surfaces (lower albedo): Concrete, brick and tarmac surfaces absorb and store heat from the sun during the day. They slowly release the heat as long wave radiation - this is most noticeable at night, when it warms the air.
2. Air pollution: Air pollution from cars and factories increases cloud cover over the city. It also increases a 'pollution dome' - a layer of pollution over the city. Both these things trap outgoing heat radiation and reflect it back to the surface.
3. Heat from human activity: Car, factories, offices, central heating, air conditioning units and people themselves all release heat.
4. Less evapotranspiration: When it rains the water is quickly removed by drainage systems, so there's little surface water to evaporate. Also, there isn't much vegetation, so there's little transpiration. Evapotranspiration uses heat energy, so less evapotranspiration means higher temperatures.
 
We had an all time record of over 100 degrees!  (in 1936)
Nothing close to that since even with all of the paving of earth's surface.
I call it climate Myopia. That's where distant events seem forgotten.
 

Edited by Rogerdodger, 19 July 2023 - 10:48 AM.


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Posted 19 July 2023 - 07:52 PM

."They took all the trees and put them in a tree museum, Charge a dollar and a half just to see 'em"

Scotland chops down 16 million trees to make way for wind farms...

 

Mitchell lived in Laurel Canyon, which is a section of Los Angeles, when she wrote this song (that's the reference in the album title). At the time, big news in California was the battle to save the redwood forests, which were threatened by developers eager to cut down the trees to build shopping centers and other amenities. As Mitchell implies in this song, this could lead to trees someday becoming something you could only see in a museum.


Edited by Rogerdodger, 19 July 2023 - 07:58 PM.


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Posted 25 July 2023 - 01:26 PM

Hot in one place, Cold in another!  July 2023 California Snow-mageddon!

 

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Posted 01 August 2023 - 04:13 PM

NASA/NOAA US Data Tampering

 



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Posted 09 August 2023 - 09:12 AM

Nothing to see here....

 

SUN is on track to rival some of the stronger cycles of the 20th century.

The last time sunspot numbers were this high was 20 years ago...Time to wake up Al Gore again!

We are currently in Solar Cycle 25, which forecasters didn’t expect to be this strong.

The monthly average sunspot number for June 2023 was 163, according to the Royal Observatory of Belgium’s Solar Influences Data Analysis Center.
Now, it may be on track to rival some of the stronger cycles of the 20th century.

Northern Lights visible in UK tonight as solar storm hits Earth


Extreme’ solar eruption 93 million miles away knocks radios out back on Earth



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Posted 09 August 2023 - 02:07 PM

Alarmists hijacked climate science.

 


Edited by colion, 09 August 2023 - 02:11 PM.