Monday, July 28, 2014

Global Warming Links #3 [Updated and bumped]

Article: NOAA: Global Analysis - June 2014

: Global temperature reaches record high in June following record warmth in May

Article: World breaks monthly heat record 2 times in a row

[Update is below. Doubt my cynicism about NOAA, but the satellite data is in, and it SHOUTS a very different story than NOAA's.]

Yes, May and June, according to NOAA, have the highest temperatures on record.

I will wait for NASA's satellite data. NOAA is less than trustworthy.

If you read the "Global Highlights," it is full of record high temperatures. There is no mention of the cool temperatures in the US, or other parts of the earth.

It also shows the eastern US being warmer than usual for June. Is that the way anyone in PA or the rest of this area remembers June at all?

Article: Should you trust NOAA claims about May and June records?

The answer is, "No."

This is the satellite data since 1995. It clearly shows the high point that occurred in 1998. It does not show any hot May or June 2014.

It also clearly shows the hiatus over the last 16 years.

The green line is CO2, the blue line is the NASA satellite data.

This data, unlike NOAA's data is not manipulated, adjusted, or tweaked. Nor is it checked to see if it conforms to the "consensus."

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