McIntyre on USHCN2’s “warmer” trend treatment of Orland

Orland CA and the New Adjustments by Steve McIntyre on June 29th, 2009 In my last post, I observed that NOAA’s Talking Points applied their new “adjustments” to supposedly prove that NOAA’s negligent administration of the USHCN network did not “matter”. In order to illustrate the effect of the new methods in this post, I’ll…

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10.7 solar radio flux, then and now

Leif Svalgaard writes in with a collection of points on the 10.7 cm solar radio flux. Being busy tonight, I’m happy to oblige posting them. – Anthony Leif writes: People often call out that F10.7 flux has now reached a new low, and that a Grand minimum is imminent. Perhaps this graph would calm nerves…

McIntyre on the NCDC Talking Points Memo

Foreword: I give thanks to Steve McIntyre for this analysis. Steve came to a conclusion similar to what I alluded to in my initial rebuttal where I said: “For all I know, they could be comparing homogenized data from CRN1 and 2 (best stations) to homogenized data from CRN 345 (the worst stations), which of course would…

UK’s Met Office loses 25% of its funding

It appears that all is not well with the idea of “climate forecasting” as the Ministry of Defence pulls the financial rug out from under the Met Office climate program. Now how will they pay for the electricity to run “deep black”, the 1.2 megawatt supercomputer they just purchased? Phil Jones may have drain the…