Monday, February 04, 2013

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.

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
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