Man-made global warming at Alice Springs

I certainly believe in man-made global warming in this case, where someone has tinkered with raw weather station data to create an artificial warming trend. As Paul Homewood explains:

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Before                                                      After (click to enlarge)

 

http://data.giss.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/gistemp/gistemp_station.py?id=501943260004&data_set=1&num_neighbors=1

http://data.giss.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/gistemp/gistemp_station.py?id=501943260000&data_set=12&num_neighbors=1

 

Not content with reducing past temperatures in the Arctic thus creating an artificial warming trend, GHCN have now been up to their tricks in Alice Springs down under in Oz.

A sharp drop in temperatures in 1976, confirmed in B.O.M. records, seems to have convinced the algorithm that adjustments were needed. The odd thing is that a similar rise in temperature in the following year did not do the same.

Other stations near to Alice show a similar drop in temperatures that year proving that it was not an anomalous reading, e.g. Jervois, the nearest station.

 

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The adjustment has been slipped into the latest update, last week, unlike the Arctic ones which appeared in December. Evidently GHCN are still fiddling around with their software.

I have contacted the Ozzie Met for their comments. However, it is apparent that the latest version of GHCN is rapidly becoming a joke.

Comments

  1. Some one is always playing with figures so as to procure the desired outcome.

  2. We really need that audit. What is the Ombudsman’s office doing?
    Would a petition help?
    Thanks for your unpaid auditing.

  3. When will there be a fully independent estimation of whether or not there really has been any warming over the past century ? Anything with a Phil Jones, Hansen, IPCC, NASA, GISS stamp on it can’t be trusted. Is ‘global average temperature’ meaningful anyway ?

  4. The claimed accuracy (3 decimal places) of CRU/IPCC temperature data is a farce.

    To me it seems that if I held a forefinger in the air and estimated a sufficient number of readings, I too could claim a 3 decimal place accuracy for my forefinger as a temperature sensor.

  5. Baldrick says:

    Surprisingly the same thing has happened in Brisbane, thanks to The Dog Ate my Data blog.

    The RAW data shows a decline, but the homogenised, politically correct, ADJUSTED data shows an increase. Go figure!

  6. I’m a refrigeration and air conditioning tech and I can simultaneously measure three or more different temperatures inside your fridge!

  7. Blackadder says:

    Baldrick is right, see this figure at GHCN showing how they convert cooling into warming at Brisbane.

    See also Darwin where again cooling gets turned into warming.

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