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Zeke Hausfather Apr 17
Excellent article by on the new AIRS satellite temperature analysis from and colleagues, featuring thoughts from and myself:
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Scott Denning
UAH is a ridiculous outlier. Their calculations do not agree with the vast bulk of data from real thermometers, towers, aircraft, balloons, and satellites. They have repeatedly been forced to apologize for their errors, and will again and again in the future. DON'T BE CONNED!
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Zeke Hausfather Apr 17
For what it’s worth RSS (the other MSU record) shows more warming in the lower troposphere than NASA GISTEMP does at the surface. Lots of structural uncertainty in the MSU data.
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Roy W Spencer Apr 23
Scott, in this context, UAH is not even an outlier, let alone a ridiculous one.
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Scott Denning Apr 23
Here are published UAH estimates of warming rates. Real observations show a rate of around 0.15 to 0.20 C/decade. So if the UAH model actually could agree on a number, it's improved by fixing so many errors over the years. But UAH uncertainty doesn't rule out anything! 0? 0.4?
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TheSoundOfSilence Jun 25
climate measurement facts...
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Atomsk's Sanakan Apr 17
Re: "UAH is a ridiculous outlier." Yup.
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