So, today, Willis Eschenbach (WUWT) discovers the IPCC’s claims of warming in Nepal, goes deep into the NASA-GISS data wickets, and finds (emphasis added) . . .

GISS has made a straight-line adjustment of 1.1°C in twenty years, or 5.5°C per century. They have changed a cooling trend to a strong warming trend.

In other words, NASA-GISS literally hid the decline in Nepal’s temperatures.

Eschenbach naturally wonders what else is wrong with the NASA-GISS data.

Once again we see huge adjustments made to individual temperature records without reason or justification. This means simply that until GISS are able to demonstrate a sound scientific foundation for their capricious and arbitrary adjustments, we cannot trust the final GISS dataset. Their algorithm obviously has significant problems that lead to the type of wildly unreasonable results seen above and in other temperature datasets, and they are not catching them. Pending a complete examination, we cannot know what other errors the GISS dataset might contain.

[...] There have been so many instances of errors, data manipulation, and other shenanigans, from global warming alarmists that the rest of us can barely keep up with them; the number of my posts alone on this subject stands at thirty-three. [...]

[...] For the unitiated, there have been so many instances of errors, data manipulation, and other shenanigans, from global warming alarmists that the rest of us can barely keep up with them; the number of my posts alone on this subject now stand at thirty-four. [...]

[...] For the unitiated, there have been so many instances of errors, data manipulation, and other shenanigans, from global warming alarmists that the rest of us can barely keep up with them; the number of my posts alone on this subject now stand at thirty-four. [...]

[...] This matters for three reasons: 1) as Homewood himself notes, the GHCN data is the source data for NASA-GISS and East Anglia University’s HADCRUT, the two largest and most prominent intellectual bases for global warming alarmism; 2) the Arctic Circle is not only the place that has seen the most “warming” over the years, but it is also the most sensitive region for its supposed after effects (due to ice melting, which is also not exactly going according to the alarmists’ plan, but that’s another story); and 3) this adds one more to the slew of errors, data manipulation, and other shenanigans, from global warming alarmists that the rest of us can chronicle over the years; the number of my posts alone on this subject now stand at a whopping thirty-five. [...]

[...] shenanigans from global warming alarmism, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since November of 2009. Mann has been one at the center of this junk for over a dozen [...]

[...] shenanigans from global warming alarmists, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009 just under three years [...]

[...] shenanigans from global warming alarmists, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009 just under three years [...]

[...] that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009, just under three and a half years [...]

[...] that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009, just under three and a half years [...]

[...] that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009, just under three and a half years [...]

[...] that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009, just under three and a half years [...]

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[...] There have been so many instances of errors, data manipulation, and other shenanigans, from global warming alarmists that the rest of us can barely keep up with them; the number of my posts alone on this subject stands at thirty-three. [...]

[...] of us can barely keep up with them; the number of my posts alone on this subject stood at thirty-three; now it’s [...]

[...] of us can barely keep up with them; the number of my posts alone on this subject stood at thirty-three; now it’s [...]

[...] For the unitiated, there have been so many instances of errors, data manipulation, and other shenanigans, from global warming alarmists that the rest of us can barely keep up with them; the number of my posts alone on this subject now stand at thirty-four. [...]

[...] For the unitiated, there have been so many instances of errors, data manipulation, and other shenanigans, from global warming alarmists that the rest of us can barely keep up with them; the number of my posts alone on this subject now stand at thirty-four. [...]

[...] rest of us can chronicle over the years; the number of my posts alone on this subject now stand at a whopping [...]

[...] This matters for three reasons: 1) as Homewood himself notes, the GHCN data is the source data for NASA-GISS and East Anglia University’s HADCRUT, the two largest and most prominent intellectual bases for global warming alarmism; 2) the Arctic Circle is not only the place that has seen the most “warming” over the years, but it is also the most sensitive region for its supposed after effects (due to ice melting, which is also not exactly going according to the alarmists’ plan, but that’s another story); and 3) this adds one more to the slew of errors, data manipulation, and other shenanigans, from global warming alarmists that the rest of us can chronicle over the years; the number of my posts alone on this subject now stand at a whopping thirty-five. [...]

[...] of us can chronicle over the years were so numerous that I managed to blog a whopping thirty-five posts on [...]

[...] of us can chronicle over the years were so numerous that I managed to blog a whopping thirty-five posts on this particular [...]

[...] from global warming alarmism, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since last [...]

[...] from global warming alarmism, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since last [...]

[...] shenanigans from global warming alarmism, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since November of 2009. Mann has been one at the center of this junk for over a dozen [...]

[...] shenanigans from global warming alarmism, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject over the last two and a half [...]

[...] shenanigans from global warming alarmism, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject over the last two and a half [...]

[...] shenanigans from global warming alarmism, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject over the last two and a half [...]

[...] shenanigans from global warming alarmists, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009 just under three years [...]

[...] shenanigans from global warming alarmists, and that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009 just under three years [...]

[...] that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject sinceClimategate broke in November of 2009 just under three and a half years [...]

[...] that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject sinceClimategate broke in November of 2009 just under three and a half years [...]

[...] that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009, just under three and a half years [...]

[...] that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009, just under three and a half years [...]

[...] that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009, just under three and a half years [...]

[…] that’s just from what I’ve been able to blog on this subject since Climategate broke in November of 2009, just under three and a half years ago. […]

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