NOAA Adjusts Climate Data and Here’s Why

NOAA Adjusts Climate Data and Here’s Why

UPDATE: We updated this article to address concerns after a reader cited research and recommendations by the fact-checking organization Climate Feedback.

Climate Feedback presented their analysis of our source article, including academic publications by several of its contributors. They concluded the article contained misleading and unsupported details:

Key Take Away
Temperature measurements made with different instruments and methods over time must necessarily be adjusted to ensure high-quality records of temperature that reliably represent changes. The adjustments needed for land stations in the United States often increase the apparent long-term warming, but overall, adjustments actually reduce the global warming trend.

What does an organization do when the real numbers don’t support the agenda they are pushing?

Sometimes they fudge the numbers. Cherry pick what helps prop up the lie and ignore the real facts.

This happens so often that The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has been doing just that in order to support their biggest science scandal:  global warming.  Selling their brand of science, their “truth” about global warming brings in extra funding, yet their data is off by 50%.

For the past 18 years, satellites have shown no global warming, where as the “the land based data sets like the ones maintained by NOAA for the US Historical Climate Network (USHCN) continue to show a warming trend.”  How can this be?

One explanation, by meteorologist Anthony Watts, shows NOAA using readings from areas that experience Urban Heat Island effect, that is instruments surrounded by buildings, roads or airports nearby which raises the temperatures due to local “environment” and not climate or weather.

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