Global Sea Ice Extent

September 17th Data:

Arctic Sea Ice: 1.2 Million km

Antarctic Sea Ice: 1.5 million km

Net Global Sea Ice Deviation: 0.3 million km

NOAA – Climate Change Lies – October 2014 Fraud

NOAA has proven once again that they are the most deceitful “scientific” organization on the planet.  I knew when November was turning out as brutal as it was that we could expect some dishonest piece of news to be released by NOAA.  I did not expect them to lie on such a massive scale.  In a story published by (no shock they ran with this garbage), NOAA stated that October 2014 was the warmest on record.  I am telling you flat out that it is a huge lie.  They are either compulsive liars or just completely inept when it comes to science.  In either case, the organization should be stripped of all funding.

Here is the truth.  According to satellite data, global temperatures (including land and sea) were 0.272 degrees above normal.  Where does that rank?  Nowhere near #1.  October 2012, 2010, 2009, 2006, 2005, 2003, and 2001 were all warmer.  I didn’t even have to go beyond 2000 to find a big list of years that were warmer.  NOAA has overstated October temperatures by a good one degree.  NOAA is stating the combined land and ocean temperatures are 1.33 degrees above normal.  While I do believe these are using different scales (c/f) the margin of error is still significant.  Regardless of scale.  Satellite data proves NOAA wrong.  They aren’t even in the ballpark of being right.  I am sure someone within NOAA will quietly admit to a mistake and the report will be adjusted.  But the public will never hear of it.  In the mean time their propaganda gets press on tabloids like propaganda

Real and manipulation free data

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