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The homogenisation of homogenised data

8 January 2015
Climate change

This is a post that explains homogenisation of temperature data so well, it almost blurts out of the page. Very often climate scientists pop up at blogs defending the process of homogenisation of old temperature readings – and the usual excuse is they are trying to drown out the noise. However, as this guest post at Anthony's blog says, the homogenisation it then carried on over and over again, every year, homogenising the homogenised data – and therefore creating a thoroughly distorted variation of the temperature graph, so much so that what was a cooling trend miraculously becomes a warming trend. Now you know why 2014 was the warmest year ever – go to http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/01/07/peter-miesler-helps-expose-ushcn-h…

We have heard a lot in recent days about freedom of speech – and freedom of the press. However, some of the same people that are getting hot and bothered and holding up pencils for the cameras are silent when it comes to the suppression and debunking of ideas contrary to CAGW, by any means available, from character assassination to downright lies. The Bishop has a quiet look at the subject – but do read the comments section – go to www.bishop-hill.net/blog/2015/1/8/blocking-the-door-to-the-marketplace-o…

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