Being Too Conservative?

I think Anthony’s paper was very conservative.

USHCN data tampering is much worse than he  indicated.  By messing with the data, the USHCN trend since 1930 is actually reversed from a measured cooling trend – to a warming trend.

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12 Responses to Being Too Conservative?

  1. pyromancer76 says:

    Steven, can you detail this a bit? I’m sure you are correct and that your data could make for a Part II of this fine beginning to set the record straight. The data and the history you present here make for one of the most important blogs on weather, climate, unusual “disasters”, regional history. (I wish you would “sticky” somewhere your chart of the raw data compared to that of the fraudsters. Masterful.) Thanks many times over — at least 2x/day.

  2. Anything is possible says:

    Don’t forget that Anthony’s study only went back to 1979.

    Eyeballing your charts (not easy to do when they are in perpetual motion), it appears to me that the raw data gives a trend of -0.5C over 80 years – or -0.06C per decade, while the final, adjusted data, gives a trend of +0.7C over 80 years, or +0.09 per decade.

    The difference between the 2 trends (0.15C per decade) is very actually close to what Anthony found, is it not, or am I missing something?

  3. Anything is possible says:

    Yes. I am. The difference between Centigrade and Fahrenheit!


  4. suyts says:

    As I recollect, they didn’t address the TOBS biases.

  5. markstoval says:

    Steve, looking at your data and the paper Mr. Watts and team have put together I can not see any way that one could excuse the “keepers of the data” from not knowing that they were involved in scientific fraud. Could “observation bias” alone account for all the many men and women involved in these data sets not seeing they were involved in a huge lie?

  6. NoMoreGore says:

    If he only went back to 1979, the most important fact is omitted: That the 1930s were the warmest decade in the last century.

  7. NoMoreGore says:

    WND says that in his 2nd term, Obama wants to Outlaw CAGW skepticism, along with Rush, Levin, Hannity, etc., using the “fairness” doctrine as a weapon.

    • suyts says:

      I don’t see a second term for the moron, but I’ve been wrong before. And, I don’t see congress moving left these elections, but, I’ve been wrong on that, too.

  8. Andy DC says:

    The candidate who does the best job of playing Santa Claus usually wins. Obama is talking about another stimulus package!! Hopefully people can see thru it, but I have my doubts.

  9. pet says:


    That gif is the most well played yet, sir! kudos. Keep hammering those nails in.

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