I love how the average temperature of St. Kitts was freezing - so it must have been below freezing for half of the day. And the highest recorded temperature in history was 58°C ( Death Valley, July 10, 1913) - the 80°C (176°F) would have killed everyone in the town.
But shut up and pay up. Because reasons.
Remember, this is the most prestigious temperature data set used today. The IPCC relies on it for their regular reports. Oh, and this is from the group that hid the decline:
I think that this is my first post (from 2009) criticizing the temperature data sets. Interestingly, it touches on what Dr. Muller discusses in the video, and it was from 3 months before the ClimateGate revelations broke.