Nunavut Is The Place To Be

The claim of 2010 as a “hot” year is based on a region of above normal temperatures in nearly uninhabited Northeast Canada and Western Greenland. This was caused by the record low Arctic Oscillation, which made the inhabited areas of the Northern Hemisphere very cold.

Is minus 20C hot?





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8 Responses to Nunavut Is The Place To Be

  1. omnologos says:

    Exactly my point a couple of weeks ago…this “global anomaly” value seems meaningless in the extreme…

  2. Les Johnson says:

    Temperature is Einsteinian, if I may turn a phrase.

    If you are used to -40, then yes, -20 is hot. From personal experience as well. Working in -50, makes -20 feel positively balmy.

    In the grand scheme, nah.

  3. Glen Shevlin says:

    of course if the area is largley unihabited, ( I have been in that area and it is) what are they using to determine the temps?

    • Latitude says:

      Glen, an experienced climate scientist can just look at it and tell……….

      • suyts says:

        Well, yeh, using real thermometers are such a bother. You have to go back and adjust them anyway, its not really worth the time.

    • pwl says:

      Hansen just makes up numbers assuming a 1,200km radius… with one thermometer… it’s data fabrication and thus FRAUD but then there is a peer reviewed paper that allows that. Kinda like a dictate from a government allowing the digital rape of people at the airport by The Sexual Assault gropers.

  4. Erik says:

    A flight over Bornholm, Denmark right now (video), how do you like them beans..

  5. Mike Davis says:

    What more would you expect to see if the satellite record started during the positive phase of the AO and the AO has now shifted to the negative phase. That is one example of why a 30 year climate base is a fantasy!

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