Data Point – Number of 100 degree Readings at all US HCN Stations

by Skip

Democrats keep saying that they follow the Science; a large part of the scientific process is looking at the data.  Then interpreting it.  With two STEM degrees, I think this interpretation seems to fit the data:

“This summer, the US has experienced the fewest number of 100 degree readings in a century. The five hottest summers (1936, 1934, 1954, 1980 and 1930) all occurred with CO2 below 350 PPM.

CO2 went over 400 PPM this year, indicating that heatwaves and CO2 have nothing to do with each other. Scientists who claim otherwise are either incompetent, criminal, or both.”

Number of 100 degree Readings at all US HCN Stations

 

As I pointed out here, the global warming models have been predicting that we should be seeing much higher temperatures; we are not.  As the author says: “Mildest Summer in a century in the US“.

 

 

(H/T: Real Science)

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