January 13, 2020
The Australian Met office has been tampering with temperature data to blame the wildfires on the continent on Global Warming.
According to Jennifer Marohasy:
Blaming the recent fires on climate change is to rewrite our temperature history, something the Australian Bureau of Meteorology has been doing for some time. This has involved the:
- remodelling of measured values
- addition of hotter locations to only the most recent years in the compilation of a national average trend
- transition to electronic probes that are designed to record hotter for the same weather, and
- deleting of the hottest day in the official record, which was January 3, 1909.
Mr Morrison mentioned hotter and drier summers in his television address. The historical record shows that the land mass of Australia is not drying out. Last year, 2019, was exceptionally dry. But the long-term trend is not towards a drier continent but rather we have on average had consistently wetter years since the 1970, as shown in Figure 1.
The article is rather lengthy byt Jennifer does a fine ;job.
I say that if you have to alter the data, you've automatically lost the fight.
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