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NASA temperature record farce.

Our most accurate planetary temperatures come from satellites. The US space agency apparently doesn’t believe in satellites, and instead uses a very sparse array of UHI contaminated surface thermometers, and then they tamper with the data to produce a fake warming trend.

Satellites show the Earth cooling in the 21st century, but NASA shows it warming.

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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.
One of the regions that has contributed to GISS’ “hottest ever year” is South America, particularly Brazil, Paraguay and the northern part of Argentina.
In reality, much of this is fabricated, as they have no stations anywhere near much of this area, as NOAA show below.
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.
Homewood has now turned his attention to the weather stations across much of the Arctic, between Canada (51 degrees W) and the heart of Siberia (87 degrees E).
Again, in nearly every case, the same one-way adjustments have been made, to show warming up to 1 degree C or more higher than was indicated by the data that was actually recorded.
One of the first examples of these “adjustments” was exposed in 2007 by the statistician Steve McIntyre, when he discovered a paper published in 1987 by James Hansen, the scientist (later turned fanatical climate activist) who for many years ran Giss.
Hansen’s original graph showed temperatures in the Arctic as having been much higher around 1940 than at any time since.
But as Homewood reveals in his blog post, “Temperature adjustments transform Arctic history”, Giss has turned this upside down.
Arctic temperatures from that time have been lowered so much that that they are now dwarfed by those of the past 20 years.
Fiddling with temperature data is the biggest science scandal ever
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Average temperatures USHCH stations adjusted deception.

The US has the only decent long term temperature record covering a large area of this planet. Temperatures here are being massively adjusted to increase warming, the exact opposite of what the fraudsters claim. Older temperatures are being adjusted down, and newer temperatures are being adjusted up.

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The US has the only decent long term temperature record covering a large area of this planet.
Temperatures here are being massively adjusted to increase warming, the exact opposite of what the fraudsters claim.
Older temperatures are being adjusted down, and newer temperatures are being adjusted up.
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Published on Wednesday, May 9, 2012 by CommonDreams.org
NOAA: US Experienced Warmest 12-Month Period Since Records Began — 117 Years
Common Dreams staff
Ten warmest 12 month periods contiguous US.

Monthly climate report 2011 to 2012 shows 12-month period and year-to-date periods warmest since recordkeeping began.

The U.S. has experienced the warmest 12-month period since recordkeeping began in 1895, according to the newest monthly 'State of the Climate' report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The NOAA reports that in the period from May 2011 to April 2012 the nationally-averaged temperature 2.8°F above the 1901-2000 long-term average.

The first four months of the year were 5.4°F above the long-term average, also the warmest such period since recordkeeping began.

Picture: NOAA
Newest monthly climate report shows 12-month period and year-to-date periods warmest since recordkeeping began
The U.S. has experienced the warmest 12-month period since recordkeeping began in 1895, according to the newest monthly 'State of the Climate' report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The NOAA reports that in the period from May 2011 to April 2012 the nationally-averaged temperature 2.8°F above the 1901-2000 long-term average.
The first four months of the year were 5.4°F above the long-term average, also the warmest such period since recordkeeping began.
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Temperatures Contiguous US January through April from 1900 nineteen hundred to 2012 two thousand and twelve.

Monthly climate report 2011 to 2012 shows 12-month period and year-to-date periods warmest since recordkeeping began.

The U.S. has experienced the warmest 12-month period since recordkeeping began in 1895, according to the newest monthly 'State of the Climate' report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The NOAA reports that in the period from May 2011 to April 2012 the nationally-averaged temperature 2.8°F above the 1901-2000 long-term average.

The first four months of the year were 5.4°F above the long-term average, also the warmest such period since recordkeeping began.

Picture: NOAA
Temperatures US April 2012.

Monthly climate report 2011 to 2012 shows 12-month period and year-to-date periods warmest since recordkeeping began.

The U.S. has experienced the warmest 12-month period since recordkeeping began in 1895, according to the newest monthly 'State of the Climate' report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The NOAA reports that in the period from May 2011 to April 2012 the nationally-averaged temperature 2.8°F above the 1901-2000 long-term average.

The first four months of the year were 5.4°F above the long-term average, also the warmest such period since recordkeeping began.

Picture: NOAA
June 2010 304th consecutive month with combined land and surface temperature above 20th century average
Russia 2010 global warming.

World experiencing the hottest year on record, the US based National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports, with large parts of Canada, Africa, Europe and the Middle East facing abnormally warm temperatures. 

NOAA suggest that 2010 is to be the warmest year since records began in 1880.

First six months of 2010 hotter than first half of 1998 previous hottest year.

June 2010 304th consecutive month with combined land and surface temperature above 20th century average

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Saturday, July 17, 2010
2010 on track to be hottest year
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The world is experiencing the hottest year on record, the US based National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has reported, with large parts of Canada, Africa, Europe and the Middle East facing abnormally warm temperatures.
The figures released by the NOAA suggest that 2010 is on course to be the warmest year since records began in 1880.
The first six months of 2010 have been hotter than the first half of 1998, the previous record holder.
June 2010 was the 304th consecutive month with a combined land and surface temperature above the 20th century average, the NOAA reported.
"We had an El Nino episode in the early part of the year that's now faded, but that has contributed to the warmth not only in equatorial Pacific but also contributed to anomalously warm global temperatures as well," Jay Lawrimore, the chief of climate analysis at NOAA, said.
25 million acres of crops destroyed
There are fears that a prolonged global heatwave will cause severe droughts and harm crop yields.
In Russia, a state of emergency has been declared in 19 regions as temperatures in the capital, Moscow reached a record 37 degrees.
Russia's grain lobby said the country is facing the worst drought in 130 years.
Almost 25 million acres of crops in central and European areas of Russia have already been destroyed by drought, according to authorities.
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The heatwave in Russia is part of a larger system across much of Europe that is causing crops to wither, forest fires to ignite and road surfaces to melt.
From Russia's Urals mountains to western Germany, a week of temperatures in the mid-30s has baked northern parts of Europe, which are usually spared the heat of warmer Mediterranean regions — and forecasters are warning of more to come over the next week.
This year has been the driest in Britain since 1929 and the use of hosepipes has been banned in the northwest of England.
Authorities in Berlin have reportedly issued a ban on long swimming trunks, claiming they soak up too much water, as throngs of Germans headed to outdoor swimming pools to escape 38 degree temperatures.
Elsewhere, northern Thailand is struggling with the worst drought in 20 years, while Israel is in the midst of its longest and most severe drought since the 1920s.
Transition into La Nina may provide cooling second half of year
In the US, farmers in the Midwest agricultural belt worry that hot temperatures and dry weather could hurt corn and soybean crops.
"It's going to be pretty warm across eastern Nebraska, Iowa, western portions of Missouri, mid to upper 90s [Farenheit]," Donald Keeney, the senior agriculture meteorologist with Cropcast Ag Services, said.
In June, sea ice in the Arctic melted to its thinnest-ever state. The Jakobshaven Isbrae glacier, one of the largest in Greenland, recently lost a three sq km chunk in one of the largest single losses of glacier ice ever recorded.
But Lawrimore said that it remained to be seen if 2010 would overtake 2005 as the warmest complete year on record:
"This year the fact that the El Nino episode has ended and is likely to transition into La Nina, which has a cooling influence on the global average temperature, it's possible that we will not end up with the warmest year as a whole."
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Thursday, 15 December 2005
2005 warmest ever year in north
By Richard Black
Environment Correspondent, BBC News website
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We're right, the sceptics are wrong

Dr David Viner
This year has been the warmest on record in the northern hemisphere, say scientists in Britain.
It is the second warmest globally since the 1860s, when reliable records began, they say.
Ocean temperatures recorded in the northern hemisphere Atlantic Ocean have also been the hottest on record.
The researchers, from the UK Met Office and the University of East Anglia, say this is more evidence for the reality of human-induced global warming.
Their data show that the average temperature during 2005 in the northern hemisphere is 0.65 Celsius above the average for 1961-1990, a conventional baseline against which scientists compare temperatures.
The global increase is 0.48 Celsius, making 2005 the second warmest year on record behind 1998, though the 1998 figure was inflated by strong El Nino conditions.
The northern hemisphere is warming faster than the south, scientists believe, because a greater proportion of it is land, which responds faster to atmospheric conditions than ocean.
Northern hemisphere temperatures are now about 0.4 Celsius higher than a decade ago.
"The data also show that the sea surface temperature in the northern hemisphere Atlantic is the highest since 1880," said Dr David Viner from the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia (UEA).
Error bar
No measurements of average temperature can be completely accurate, and David Viner believes the team's calculations are subject to an error of about plus or minus 0.1 Celsius.
However, he says, the long-term trend is clearly upwards — rapidly over the last decade — indicating the reality of human-induced global warming.
"We're right, the sceptics are wrong," he told the BBC News website.
"It's simple physics; more greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, emissions growing on a global basis, and consequently increasing temperatures."
However, Fred Singer from the Science & Environmental Policy Project in Washington DC, a centre of the "climate sceptics" community, disputed this interpretation.
"If indeed 2005 is the warmest northern hemisphere year since 1860, all this proves is that 2005 is the warmest northern hemisphere year since 1860," he told the BBC News website.
"It doesn't prove anything else, and certainly cannot be used by itself to prove that the cause of warming is the emission of greenhouse gases.
"It requires a more subtle examination to know how much of warming is due to man-made causes — there must be some — and how much is down to natural causes."
Eight of the 10 warmest years since 1860 have occurred within the last decade.
Northern hemisphere average annual temperatures 1960 to 2005 compared to the 1961-1990 average.

Ten year mean
Northern hemisphere average annual temperatures compared to the 1961-1990 average
Tue Jan 24, 2006
By Deborah Zabarenko
2005 was warmest year on record: NASA
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Last year was the warmest recorded on Earth's surface, and it was unusually hot in the Arctic, U.S. space agency NASA said on Tuesday.
All five of the hottest years since modern record-keeping began in the 1890s occurred within the last decade, according to analysis by NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies.
In descending order, the years with the highest global average annual temperatures were 2005, 1998, 2002, 2003 and 2004, NASA said in a statement.
"It's fair to say that it probably is the warmest since we have modern meteorological records," said Drew Shindell of the NASA institute in New York City.
"Using indirect measurements that go back farther, I think it's even fair to say that it's the warmest in the last several thousand years."
Some researchers had expected 1998 would be the hottest year on record, notably because a strong El Nino -- a warm-water pattern in the eastern Pacific -- boosted global temperatures.
But Shindell said last year was slightly warmer than 1998, even without any extraordinary weather pattern. Temperatures in the Arctic were unusually warm in 2005, NASA said.
"That very anomalously warm year (1998) has become the norm," Shindell said in a telephone interview.
"The rate of warming has been so rapid that this temperature that we only got when we had a real strong El Nino now has become something that we've gotten without any unusual worldwide weather disturbance."
Over the past 30 years, Earth has warmed by 1.08 degrees F (0.6 degrees C), NASA said. Over the past 100 years, it has warmed by 1.44 degrees F (0.8 degrees C).
Shindell, in line with the view held by most scientists, attributed the rise to emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and ozone, with the burning of fossil fuels being the primary source.
The 21st century could see global temperature increases of 6 to 10 degrees F (3 to 5 degrees C), Shindell said.
"That will really bring us up to the warmest temperatures the world has experienced probably in the last million years," he said.
To understand whether the Earth is cooling or warming, scientists use data from weather stations on land, satellite measurements of sea surface temperature since 1982, and data from ships for earlier years.
More information and images are available online at: http://www.nasa.gov/vision/earth/environment/2005_warmest.html.

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(Left) Global annual surface temperature relative to 1951-1980 mean based on surface air measurements at meteorological stations and ship and satellite measurements for sea surface temperature.

Error bars are estimated 2? (95% confidence) uncertainty.

(Right) Temperature anomaly for 2005 calendar year.

Image: http://www.nasa.gov/vision/earth/environment/2005_warmest.html
(Left) Global annual surface temperature relative to 1951-1980 mean based on surface air measurements at meteorological stations and ship and satellite measurements for sea surface temperature. Error bars are estimated 2? (95% confidence) uncertainty.
(Right) Temperature anomaly for 2005 calendar year.
Image: http://www.nasa.gov/vision/earth/environment/2005_warmest.html
          
2004 among hottest years on record
Thursday 16 December 2004
An unusual number of hurricanes caused havoc and damage
 
The year 2004, punctuated by four powerful hurricanes in the Caribbean and deadly typhoons in Asia, was the fourth hottest year on record a UN weather agency said.
They have ruined the lives of just under 300,000 people during the last decade — and numbers will increase.
The World Meteorological Organisation said on Wednesday it expects Earth's surface temperature to rise 0.4 degrees Celsius higher than the normal 14 degrees Celsius adding 2004 to a recent warming trend that saw the hottest year registered in 1998 and the top three hottest since then.
The month of October also registered as the warmest October ever since accurate readings were first started in 1861, the agency responsible for assembling data from meteorologists and climatologists worldwide, said.
"This was a very warm year," Michel Jarraud, the WMO secretary-general, said.  He noted that it was also marked by an unusual number of hurricanes and tropical storms that hit the Caribbean, the United States and Asia.
Blaming greenhouse gases
The report's release comes as environmental ministers from some 80 countries gathered in Buenos Aires for a UN conference on climate change, looking at ways to cut down on greenhouse gases that some have blamed for Earth's warming.
 
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damage claims were filed in 2004
This summer, heat waves in southern Europe pushed temperatures to near-record highs in southern Spain, Portugal and Romania, where thermostats peaked at 40 degrees Celsius while the rest of Europe sweltered through above average temperatures.
Jarraud said the warming and increased storm activity could not be attributed to any particular cause, but was part of a global warming trend that was likely to continue.
Scientists have reported that global temperatures rose an average of 0.6 degrees Celsius over the past century with the rate of change since 1976 at roughly three times that over the past 100 years.
Strong storms
This year, the hurricane season in the Caribbean spawned four hurricanes that reached Category 4 or 5 strength capable of causing extreme and catastrophic damage.
It was only the fourth time in recent history that so many strong storms were recorded.
They caused more than US$43 billion in damages.
The stormy season in the Caribbean inflicted the most damage on Haiti, killing as many as 1900 people from flooding and mudslides caused by Tropical Storm Jeanne in September.
Hurricanes slammed into Florida
and the northeastern US coast
 
Japan and the Philippines also saw increased extreme tropical weather, with deadly typhoons hitting both islands.
Japan registered a record number of typhoons making landfall this year with 10, while back-to-back storms in the Philippines killed at least 740 people in what was the wettest year since 2000, the UN agency said.
UN environmental officials released new findings that 2004 also was the most expensive year for the insurance industry as a result of hurricanes, typhoons and other weather-related natural disasters.
          AP
(Left) Global annual surface temperature relative to 1951-1980 mean based on surface air measurements at meteorological stations and ship and satellite measurements for sea surface temperature.

Error bars are estimated 2? (95% confidence) uncertainty.

(Right) Temperature anomaly for 2005 calendar year.

Image: http://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/2005/
(Left) Global annual surface temperature relative to 1951-1980 mean based on surface air measurements at meteorological stations and ship and satellite measurements for sea surface temperature. Error bars are estimated 2? (95% confidence) uncertainty.
(Right) Temperature anomaly for 2005 calendar year.
Image: http://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/2005/
U.N. Says 2003 3rd Hottest Year on Record
Dec 16, 2004
By JONATHAN FOWLER
GENEVA (AP) - “The rhythm of temperature increases is accelerating,” said WMO deputy secretary-general Michel Jarraud.
This summer, much of Europe was struck by a prolonged heat wave, with temperatures exceeding 104 degrees. The hot weather was blamed for the deaths of thousands, most in France, and devastating forest fires in several countries. It also accelerated the melting of Alpine glaciers, the WMO said.
India and Pakistan also were hit by a deadly heat wave in May and June, when 1,500 people died as temperatures soared above 122 degrees Fahrenheit. The western United States continued to suffer from drought, and wildfires in California burned nearly 75,000 acres of land in October.
In the southern hemisphere springtime, Australia logged a record September temperature of over 109 degrees.
Over the 2002-03 winter, North America received its 10th lowest recorded snowfall, although the northeastern United States was battered a record snowstorm in February, the agency said.
Other parts of the world also faced extreme winter weather. January temperatures in northeastern Russia dropped to -49 degrees, while Mongolia also was gripped by an exceptionally harsh winter for the third year running, devastating livestock.
The year 2003, marked by a sweltering summer and drought across large swaths of the planet, was the third hottest in nearly 150 years, the United Nations weather agency said Tuesday.
The World Meteorological Organization estimated the average surface temperature for the year to be 0.81 degrees Fahrenheit higher than the normal 25.2 degrees. The agency said that warmer weather could not be attributed to any one cause but was part of a trend that global warming was likely to prolong.
The agency, which collects data from forecasters worldwide, said the three hottest years since accurate records began to be kept in 1861 have all been in the past six years.
The hottest was 1998, when the average temperature was up 0.99 degrees.
As winter hit the southern hemisphere, 200 people were killed in Peru when temperatures fell to -4 degrees Fahrenheit.
“You cannot attribute this to any single cause,” Jarraud said. “It’s about the very complex interaction between all the elements that make up the very complex machine that is the Earth.”
In the Atlantic Ocean, 16 separate storms developed this year, well above the 1948-96 average of 9.8. Hurricane Isabel, which battered North Carolina, was one of the strongest on record. Hurricane Fabian was the most destructive to hit Bermuda in 75 years.
“By definition, exceptional events are exceptional, so they don’t occur very often,” said Jarraud. “But global warming is likely to lead to more frequent extraordinary events and greater intensity of these events.”
Separately Tuesday, Swiss Reinsurance Ltd., which backs insurance companies against major claims and analyzes the effect of disasters, said 20,000 people were killed by natural catastrophes in 2003. Swiss Re said its preliminary findings showed that disasters caused total losses of $65 billion. Insurers paid out $15 billion, it said.
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Sixteen of the 17 hottest years on record have occurred since 1980.
1991 to 1995 were the five hottest consecutive years on record.
1998 replaced 1997 as the hottest year in recorded history.
 
 
1998 replaced 1997 as the hottest year in recorded history.
2001 replaced 1997 as the second hottest year.
2002 replaced 2001 as the second hottest year.
The decade of the 1990s is the hottest decade of the millenium.
The planet is heating at a rate faster than at any time in the last 10,000 years.
 
They had to break up the CO2 bands — adding CO2 dispersant to the chemtrails — because the CO2 bands were causing the ozone holes to get out of control!
And they did it!
They reduced the ozone holes!
If they had'n adon tha' they'd a'be no life!
Not for them!
Not for anyone — or anything!
Or most anything!
But then the climate got so bad due to their seeding that you all laughed at the carbon-trading scheme!
They overstretched!
So now CO2 band dispersal has stopped!
Hallelujah — back comes 'Global warming'
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