GISS Diverging From UAH At 0.3C Per Century

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9 Responses to GISS Diverging From UAH At 0.3C Per Century

  1. Vlad Pomajzl says:

    I am not sure how to contact you so I am using this (inappropriate) way. I am a bit late to the debate but I have not seen your involvement in the ongoing discussion on Anthony Watt’s and Tallbloke’s sites regarding Nikolov & Zeller and their reply to Eschenbach. However, as far I know, you and Lubos Motl already discussed the subject and I really liked your analysis:

    What’s the reason for your reluctance to get involved? I’d love to hear your take on this argument. If I missed your comment, I apologise. Tonnes of stuff to read by now.

  2. denisc says:

    To state the obvious, this is equal to half of the observed warming over the last century.

  3. DirkH says:

    Do you see that cluster of negative differences to the right? Maybe Hansen is U-turning right now…

  4. slimething says:

    The bigger point IMO is that the surface should not be warming faster than the troposphere; a basic tenet of AGW “. It is built into the models and is based on mainstream greenhouse “theory”. This seems to have been lost in the noise.

    While the troposphere “traps” heat, the stratosphere supposedly gets colder. I’ve yet to see a satisfactory explanation for why this prediction has failed.

  5. Latitude says:

    It’s because lack of ice in the Arctic, is causing more moisture in the air, and Arctic ice is magic and holds moisture below freezing temperatures…….

    …but no one would know, because there’s no thermometers up there…but it’s hot as hell!

  6. Siliggy says:

    Sadly even where there are thermometers people may not bother to read them!

  7. David Jay says:

    Now really, why would you believe a actual global temperature measurement when you can have GISSomatic temperatures based on 1200KM gridding?

  8. Doug Proctor says:

    Isn’t it odd that the data that one has (GISS) has so great a difference from what another (UAH) has for the same place and time? For something that is portrayed as simple measurement, this is unexplainable. For something that, in fact, is more significantly adjustment than measurement, this has explanation.

    There cannot be “certainty” when adjustments or “corrections” (to make observation match the purported reality) are of this magnitude and of this variance over time. That is what you show most clearly here.

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