Global Temperature measurement is getting a lot better in some ways, although you won't read any of this is the newspaper:
Between 2005 and 2017, the global network of thousands of Argo floats have measured an average temperature increase of the upper half of the ocean of 0.04 deg. C. That’s less than 0.004 C/year, an inconceiveably small number.I like the Argo system because it's automated and global (and doesn't look like it's been massively adjusted; I guess we'll have to watch that). But while the measurements look pretty darn good the data look like they're tossed into the maw of the Government-Academia Complex:
Significantly, it represents an imbalance in energy flows in and out of the climate system of only 1 part in 260. That’s less than 0.5%, and climate science does not know any of the NATURAL flows of energy to that level of accuracy.Plus or minus 0.5% leads us straight back to the Uncertainty Monster.
Lawrence finds that Google is screwing around with search results. He has the goods, with screenshots, of them hiding inconvenient truths.
He's not the only one. Youtube is doing it too. (Google owns Youtube)
Of course, we've known for years and years that Google is doing this, and is not a reliable search engine for anything important. The only thing that's changed for me since this post is that I like DuckDuckGo as my search engine. Not only do they not play these sorts of SJW reindeer games, they also protect my privacy (in stark contrast to Google). It's too bad - the end of an era:
And because it's Friday, George has some fun. I like this one about the Clemson football team visit to the White House: