Saturday, January 26, 2013

No Trend In US July Temperatures | Real Science
Before NOAA tampered with the data, July 2012 was fourth hottest after 1901, 1936 and 1934. There has been no trend in July temperatures in the US since 1895.
NASA Experts Predict Big Solar Cycle | Real Science
Missed by a factor of two or three.
2012 Didn’t Rank In The Top Ten For Hot Summer Afternoons | Real Science
Last year didn’t rank in the top ten, and all of the top ten hottest summers occurred with CO2 below 350 PPM. There were almost 3X as many 100 degree readings in 1936 as there were in 2012.
Summer Of 2012 Was Average For 110 Degree Days | Real Science
The NOAA hottest summer ever of 2012 was about average for very hot days in the US.

The summer of 1936 had more than six times as many 110 degree readings as the summer of 2012 – which didn’t rank in the top twenty for hot summer afternoons.

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