Top Swedish Climate Scientist Lennart Bengtsson Says Warming So Small, Not Noticeable Without Meteorologists!
‘The warming we have had the last a 100 years is so small that if we didn’t have had meteorologists and climatologists to measure it we wouldn’t have noticed it at all.’Week in review 2/03/12 | Climate Etc.
[Cliff Mass] When U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell learned about the lack of computer power for U.S. numerical weather prediction at a luncheon I attended, she asked an important question of the head of the NWS: how can this be when Congress has appropriated large amounts of funds for weather and climate computers? He did not answer, but the answer is clear: nearly all of these resources have been unavailable for weather prediction–most are used for climate studies.Iowa Much Hotter In 1936 « NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
The 1930’s create a big problem for NOAA, in their attempts to portray the current climate as “extreme” and “unprecedented”. As a result, they often resort to distortion and deception in order to lessen the significance of those years. And often with success, I might add. Hence the reaction of one commenter, a few days ago, who did not believe it could have been “so damn hot” in the 1930’s.Employees abandon USDA ‘healthy’ cafeteria food for Energy Dept. fried fare | JunkScience.com
Fortunately though, we do still have access to the original records from that time. Using these, I have already shown that the summers of 1934 & 1936 were much hotter than last year in Oklahoma, Kansas and Ohio. In this post, I am going to take a closer look at Iowa