4 thoughts on “NOAA Magic: New study claims to confirm land warming without taking any measurements; Temps ‘inferred’ from barometric pressure”

  1. There is something to be said for using proxies to try to validate records. The results could be valuable and interesting within the inherent limitations of the process. That doesn’t sound like what happened.

  2. I think a very good case can be made for defunding NOAA, NASA, and almost all the other alphabet soup agencies responsible for spending trillions stolen from our future. All the while justifying the expenditure by grossly misrepresenting the past, present, and future.

    The books have been cooked from the get go to get the results our so called leaders wanted and forced us to pay for. It had NOTHING at all to do with science. The purpose was the total enslavement of the population of the United States to the arbitrary whims of our so called leaders leading to the ultimate destruction of technological civilization and the extinction of most or all of mankind.

    If you think not, consider this. No matter what a person says, if he repeatedly acts counter to his words and achieves a particular result counter to his stated goals AND does not change what he does, his purpose was and is to achieve those results. Hence, we know their purpose from what they have done and achieved. Their words are irrelevant.

    The demanded reduction of our sources of energy to that achieved during the dark ages will eliminate technological civilization. That step will immediately be followed by the extinction of a minimum 95% of the humans on earth if only from the inability to produce and transport food. If anything, I am understating the case.

    What are we going to do about it?

  3. If you take the data from one subset and overlay it with data from another subset, throw out all the anomalies (leave a few to make it appear scientific) they will correlate – no matter what the data subset. Am I wrong?

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