The View from Down Here Isn’t Much Different

James A. Schrumpf If there’s one belief in climate science that probably does have a 97% — or more — consensus, it’s that the raw temperature data needs meaning, least-squaring, weighting,  gridding, and who know what else, before it can be used to make a proper data set or anomaly record.  I’ve been told several…

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New paper blames about half of global warming on weather station data homogenization

From the told ya so department, comes this recently presented paper at the European Geosciences Union meeting. Authors Steirou and Koutsoyiannis, after taking homogenization errors into account find global warming over the past century was only about one-half [0.42°C] of that claimed by the IPCC [0.7-0.8°C]. Here’s the part I really like:  of 67% of…