“Gotcha” Graph from GISS

“He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past.”
George Orwell 1984

“This sort of deception isn’t a complete surprise, though, given the questionable study published last year by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) [Karl et al].
But it reveals the degree to which academic and government elites will pursue their own agenda at the expense of institutional honesty.” – Climate Change Dispatch

Science Matters

Lots of buzz over Brian Cox using the latest GISS land and ocean graph to put down Malcom Roberts in a TV debate in Australia. Likely we will be seeing the image everywhere and alarmists crowing about “deniers” dismissed once and for all. For the record here is the graph showing no pause whatsoever:

This is accomplished by lowering the 1998 El Nino spike relative to 2015 El Nino. To see what is going on, here is a helpful chart from Dr. Ole Humlum at Climate4you

It shows that indeed, GISS is showing 1998 peak lower than several years since, especially 2002, 2010 and 2016. In contrast, the satellite record is dominated by 1998, and may still be in that position once El Nino takes hold later this year. The differences arise because of satellites measuring air temperature in the lower troposphere, while GISS combines records from land stations with…

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