Saturday, August 11, 2007

Is it hot in here, or am I just sitting too close to the computer?

Via a post on Free Dominion regarding a recent revision of temperature data, some images of the temperature sensors NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) uses to compile its data:

For more details about the adjustment that now ranks 1934 as the warmest year on record, go here.

cp: Dust My Broom


Honey Pot said...

Cold out this morning. The glowtardians can't admit global warming is a fantastic lie, and they know it is. Too many people were duped, and too much money wasted out there to support the lie. Way too many making their living off of the global warming lie for any of them to consider putting the brakes on it.

John Nicklin said...

Summer went on a holiday in western Canada the past three weeks. Oddly, so did sun-spots. Lots more clouds though and very much cooler weather.

2007 could turn out to be cooler than 2006, 2005, etc. but that won't make a dent in the GW warm waving.

Elaine said...

I was coming home last night around 10:30 and it was chilly. This morning around 5:00 am I took the hamster out for a walk, and I ended up carrying him because he kept trying to jump up. It was cold this morning too.

I was reading somewhere the glowtardians were putting global warming on hold because the weather wasn't cooperating.