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Polar Puzzle (Now Includes August Data)

Guest Post by Werner Brozek, Edited by Just The Facts Image Credit: Ken’s Kingdom Image Credit: RSS As can be seen in the above graphs, the south polar region has been cooling for the whole satellite record. The cooling is not statistically significant, however over the complete time span of the satellite record of almost…

Goddard Adjustments vs. Atmospheric CO2

Problematic Adjustments And Divergences (Now Includes June Data)

Guest Post by Professor Robert Brown of Duke University and Werner Brozek, Edited by Just The Facts: Image Credit: Steven Goddard As can be seen from the graphic above, there is a strong correlation between carbon dioxide increases and adjustments to the United States Historical Climatology Network (USHCN) temperature record. And these adjustments to the surface…

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Impact of “Pause-Buster” Adjustment on GISS Monthly Data

Guest Post By Walter Dnes: Image Credit and a special thanks to Josh With GISS incorporating NOAA/NCEI “Pause-Buster” adjustments for their monthly anomalies as of June 2015 data, our friend Daft made another appearance. Also, I noticed that my temperature-tracking spreadsheet at home, and on Google Docs both needed to have their Y-axes extended, because…