More AP Science Junk Published in The Union
08/09/2012 58 Comments
Once again we get to read more climate science junk in The Union. Yes, I know the editor’s excuse is it the AP’s bad science not The Union’s. But, on the other hand the Editor gets to choose what appears in the local news. We now have two in a row, is a third bad AP science story the prize.
If you want the facts, or the truth, check out these links at Watts Up With That.
- An ‘inconvenient result’ – July 2012 not a record breaker according to data from the new NOAA/NCDC U.S. Climate Reference Network
- Dear NOAA and Seth, which 1930′s were you comparing to when you say July 2012 is the record warmest?
Update (08-09-12, 07:15) Dr Roy Spencer takes a look at the claim that July was the hotest ever.
August 8th, 2012
Using NCDC’s own data (USHCN, Version 2), and computing area averages for the last 100 years of Julys over the 48 contiguous states, here’s what I get for the daily High temps, Low temps, and daily Averages (click for a larger image):