And the lies keep coming…

Just a few weeks ago it was reported (and justifiably downplayed) that there had been an error in reporting of hottest years on record. At the time it had been reported that 1998 was the hottest followed by 2006. Well an enterprising man (Steve McIntyre) pointed out that the numbers were incorrect and that NASA had made an error. This error put 1934 as the hottest on record followed by 1998, 1921, 2006, and 1931 respectively.

Well just to make sure that that correction has been properly buried the Science Reporter from the AP, Randolph Schmid, ignores the recent data and still reports on an article published by NOAA that ignores the correction and tries to sell the average temperature of 2006 and 1998 as being caused by man.

So I guess that if they ran the same simulations for 1934, 1921, and 1931 they would find that man caused those temperature increases too, right?


2 comments so far

  1. Denis Navratil on

    The temperatures of 1998 and 2006 are caused by man. The man is working at NASA.

  2. Caledonia Unplugged on

    Heard yesterday that we’ve only have five 90+ degree days this year – usually have ten or more.

    And I remember always having at least one stretch of days in the 100s – haven’t had that either.

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