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UAH Global Temperature Report: July 2015 - the pause continues

Global climate trend since Nov. 16, 1978: +0.11 C per decade
July temperatures (preliminary)
Global composite temp.: +0.18 C (about 0.32 degrees Fahrenheit) above 30-year average for July. 541 more words

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An analysis of BEST data for the question: Is Earth Warming or Cooling?

Guest essay by Clyde Spencer

The answer to the question is, “Yes!” Those who believe that Earth is going to Hell in a hand basket, because of anthropogenic carbon dioxide, go to extraordinary lengths to convince the public that uninterrupted warming is occurring at an unprecedented rate. 2,483 more words

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HadCRUT4 joins the terrestrial temperature tamperers

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley

In the carefully-planned build-up to the Paris “climate” conference whose true purpose is to establish an unelected and all-powerful global “governing body” (they’re no longer brazenly calling it a “government” as they did in the failed Copenhagen draft of 2009, but one can imagine what they’re thinking), the three longest-standing terrestrial temperature records – HadCRUt4, GISS, and NCDC – have all decided to throw caution to the winds. 692 more words

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Where most of us live (with apologies to southern-hemisphere readers)

Almost all of us live on land, not the ocean. And, most of us live in the northern hemisphere, not the southern. For the benefit of most of us, let’s take a closer look at how temperature has changed, in the northern hemisphere, on land. 1,107 more words

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hypergeometric reblogged this on Hypergeometric and commented:

Love the comparison with Berkeley Earth Surface Temperatures.

Thank You

To all the readers who make this blog worth writing: Thank you. 336 more words

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hypergeometric reblogged this on Hypergeometric and commented:

And thanks, Tamino!

Thanks partly to NOAA's new adjusted dataset, tommorrow they'll claim to reporters that May (and possibly June) was the 'hottest ever'

However, satellite data don’t agree with that finding

People send me stuff.

Today I got an email with an advance link to the NOAA/NCDC “state of the climate” briefing- that monthly phone call where Tom Karl’s NCDC staff spoon feeds unquestioning newsies like AP’s Seth Borenstein the latest worry over climate. 951 more words

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Heat waves: extreme temperatures or just higher summer temperatures?

In previous post I ended rather abruptly by saying that one of the problems with the vagueness of the definition of a heat wave, is that they are difficult to compare. 990 more words

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