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Missing Heat Has Left The Deep Ocean – Last Seen In Arctic!

November 14, 2013

By Paul Homewood




There is a new paper out that has apparently found all the missing heat. (It was not hiding deep down in the ocean after all, someone lied to us about that!).

According to Cowton & Way,

 Incomplete global coverage is a potential source of bias in global temperature reconstructions if the unsampled regions are not uniformly distributed over the planet’s surface. The widely used HadCRUT4 dataset covers on average about 84% of the globe over recent decades, with the unsampled regions being concentrated at the poles and over Africa. Three existing reconstructions with near-global coverage are examined, each suggesting that HadCRUT4 is subject to bias due to its treatment of unobserved regions….

Coverage bias causes a cool bias in recent temperatures relative to the late 1990s which increases from around 1998 to the present.


Translation – the Arctic, which has been warming faster than the rest of the world, is underrepresented in HADCRUT, and therefore global temperatures must have been increasing after all.


One slight problem though. GISS infill all these missing areas, based on 1200km smoothing, and even their dataset still shows no warming during the last decade and more, despite the fact that Hansen has been busy with his red crayon.






Missing heat? Try looking under the bed.

  1. catweazle666 permalink
    November 14, 2013 7:25 pm

    Ah, another attempt to “Hide the Decline Pause”, from the same stable as Cook the Cartoonist, Loopy Lou Lewandowski and “Drillbit” Nuttycelli the big oil shill, if I don’t miss my guess.

    Somebody’s getting desperate…

  2. Brian H permalink
    November 15, 2013 3:53 am

    This figleaf is too small and shredded to do the job.

  3. Jimbo permalink
    November 18, 2013 7:22 pm

    I wonder what Dana Nuccitelli of the Guardian says now? He wrote the paper that said the heat went into the deep sea.

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