Monday, February 9, 2015

Boston Running Out of Places to Put Snow (Updated)

Boston has had nearly 5 feet of snow over the last few weeks, and is expecting another two feet by the end of today. And the City has already spent its entire snow removal budget. Obviously, this calls into question the whole "global warming" and no more snow after 2012 meme.

On a related note, the Powerline Blog shows how temperature data has been manipulated in Paraguay. Raw temperature data from around the country uniformly show a clear decline in temperatures since 1950 to today, but the "official" adjusted temperatures released by the Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS)--the global warming arm of NASA--show a uniform increase in temperatures.

Update: From the Telegraph:
Following my last article, Homewood checked a swathe of other South American weather stations around the original three. In each case he found the same suspicious one-way “adjustments”. First these were made by the US government’s Global Historical Climate Network (GHCN). They were then amplified by two of the main official surface records, the Goddard Institute for Space Studies (Giss) and the National Climate Data Center (NCDC), which use the warming trends to estimate temperatures across the vast regions of the Earth where no measurements are taken. Yet these are the very records on which scientists and politicians rely for their belief in “global 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. This has surprised no one more than Traust Jonsson, who was long in charge of climate research for the Iceland met office (and with whom Homewood has been in touch). Jonsson was amazed to see how the new version completely “disappears” Iceland’s “sea ice years” around 1970, when a period of extreme cooling almost devastated his country’s economy.
 And more at Chicago Boyz.

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