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New Video Visualises Climate Fraud In 35 Seconds

August 8, 2017

By Paul Homewood



h/t Joe Public



We have come across the fraudsters at Yale 360 before, for instance when they ran their utterly subservient interview a few years ago with Katharine Hayhoe here.

It seems they don’t give up. Here they present a new video which purportedly shows how global temperatures have increased over the last century:





In just 35 seconds, a new video illustrates how drastically temperatures in each of the world’s 191 countries have changed over the last century.

Created by Antti Lipponen, a researcher at the Finnish Meteorological Institute, the video uses temperature anomaly data from NASA to show that despite year-to-year variations, communities across the globe are experiencing significantly warmer temperatures since the early 20th century, reported Vox.

The “broad trend is startlingly clear,” writes Vox. “It’s getting hotter all around the world.”

The video is the latest in a string of data-based graphics visualizing the increase of global temperatures and climate change for the general public. Last year, University of Reading climate scientist Ed Hawkins’ GIF showing global temperatures spiraling upward went viral and inspired a series of other climate GIFs. A graphic by The Nature Conservancy visualizing species’ movements in response to climate change was also widely shared last year.

Lipponen has shared his video using Flickr’s Creative Commons, which encourages people to copy, adapt, and build on the material.



Take a good look at the African entries!






And then look at how few temperature records they have for the whole of Africa.



And they call it science!

  1. August 8, 2017 9:57 pm

    ‘The “broad trend is startlingly clear,” writes Vox. “It’s getting hotter all around the world.” ‘
    – – –
    At an extremely slow rate, nowhere near any of the climate model predictions. Therefore the theory that temperatures rise due to man-made effects is in serious trouble, if not dead in the water.

    • CheshireRed permalink
      August 8, 2017 10:14 pm

      They deliberately use ‘hotter’ as a pejorative. Wasn’t it 2014 that was the ‘hottest year ever’ by, erm, 2/100 C? Less than measuring error, then. Nonsense on stilts, but it’s media headlines they seek, not accuracy.

  2. markl permalink
    August 8, 2017 10:25 pm

    If it didn’t get hotter since the LIA where would we be?

  3. Broadlands permalink
    August 8, 2017 11:39 pm

    Even if all this is true, what are “we” supposed to do about it? Lower CO2 back to its 1987 value of 350 ppm (the current Paris goal)? Back to the climate back then..the floods, droughts, cold snaps and hot spells? Even if it was possible it would take hundreds of years. This is just more “scare-mongering”. And for what? Fund more tax-payer supported research? Vox writes: the “broad trend is startlingly clear,” Indeed it is… keep scaring people.

  4. August 9, 2017 1:00 am

    It’s ok to have fun with gifs i guess but to demand reductions in fossil fuel emissions they will need more than that.

    • nigel permalink
      August 9, 2017 7:44 am

      In the second paper there is:

      “…traps [sic] more [sic] reflected [sic] radiation from the surface…”

      Surely, at least, this theory could be epitomised somewhat better as:

      “…absorbs [sic] more readily [sic] emitted [sic] infra-red [sic] radiation from the surface…” ?

  5. Graeme No.3 permalink
    August 9, 2017 5:11 am

    That is garbage. The records used to show that in the USA temperatures were high in the 1930’s and low in the 1970’s ( there were numerous complaints about the cold even in 1979).

    Oh! In view of the recent scandal with the Australian Bureau of Meteorology deliberately adjusting cold temperatures higher and getting rid of ‘inconvenient’ records, perhaps there is a simple explanation for that crap.

  6. Athelstan permalink
    August 9, 2017 10:09 am

    Naturally, we all love a bit of warming, unfortunately there’s not much evidence of it in these parts hereabouts. A British summer? Wow! – just like I’m used to and wet, give us more wet please – or more storage capacity – man made deficiency is what we all have to put up with.

  7. August 9, 2017 12:20 pm

    The Times : The US military is quietly planning for a warming world that will define foreign policy, writes Roger Boyes Diplomatic editor
    tweet of whole article

    • Athelstan permalink
      August 9, 2017 1:08 pm

      Boyes at the Times and Coughlin at the DT and other dickwad Syrian sabre rattlers I think they used to serve the Hellary clinton desk when she was running and ruining the world from foreign sec’s office in DC or out in Virginia somewhere…………….

  8. Jennifer permalink
    August 9, 2017 2:07 pm

    According to the Vifeos article they used information that they collected from NASA whereas the map is from NOAA…its two different sources..

    • August 9, 2017 5:23 pm

      Both rely on the same GHCN database, and therefore have the same coverage

  9. McNeil permalink
    August 9, 2017 4:19 pm

    The records (ahem) since the 1900’s show warming and cooling. As Co2 conducts heat it is obvious it caused the cooling. The warming is natural from the LIA.

    Have I got that right?

  10. August 9, 2017 4:41 pm

    It’s called “making up data”.

  11. August 18, 2017 4:39 pm

    That video might be a lot better if it actually made sense. Or had some kind of narration.

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