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NOAA, January 1998. For land and ocean surfaces combined, the average global temperature of the calendar year 1907 is 0·50ºC below the average global temperature of 16·50ºC for the thirty calendar years from 1961 to 1990, such that the annual global temperature of 1907 is 16·00ºC, which is the lowest annual global temperature for any calendar year from 1900 to 1997.
NOAA, January 2017. For land and ocean surfaces combined, the average global temperature of the calendar year 2016 is 0·94ºC above the average global temperature of 13·9ºC for the one-hundred calendar years from 1901 to 2000, such that the annual global temperature of 2016 is 14·84ºC, which is the highest annual global temperature for any calendar year from 1880 to 2016.

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

January 1892.

NASA has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1892 is -0.67°C-0.66°C, -0.65°C, -0.64°C, -0.63°C, -0.62°C, -0.61°C, -0.60°C, -0.58°C, -0.52°C, and -0.48°C.

1891

NASA has claimed, that the annual global temperature anomaly for the January-to-December calendar year 1891 is -0.60°C, -0.62°C, -0.61°C, -0.63°C, -0.64°C, -0.59°C, -0.57°C, -0.64°C, -0.68°C, -0.67°C, -0.47°C, and  -0.56°C. Which one of these claims is closest to mark ?

December 1891.

NASA has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1891 is +0.02°C, +0.00°C, +0.01°C, -0.02°C, +0.03°C, +0.04°C, +0.05°C, -0.01°C, -0.03°C, -0.08°C, -0.12°C, and -0.11°C. Which one of these claims is closest to the mark ?

Novembers: 1891 & 1991.

Two claims as per NASA.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly for November 1991 is 0.61°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1891.

Claim 2. “The global temperature anomaly for November 1991 is 0.90°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1891.

Is either claim less fictitious than the other ?

Octobers: 1891 & 1991.

Two claims as per NASA.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly for October 1991 is 0.70°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for October 1891.

Claim 2. “The global temperature anomaly for October 1991 is 0.93°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for October 1891.

Is either claim any more accurate than the other ?

Augusts: 1891 & 1991.

Two claims as per NASA.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly for August 1991 is 0.93°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for August 1891.

Claim 2. “The global temperature anomaly for August 1991 is 1.15°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for August 1891.

Is claim 1 more accurate than claim 2 ?
Is claim 1 less accurate than claim 2 ?
Is claim 1 neither more, nor less, accurate than claim 2 ?

Septembers: 1891 & 1991

Two claims as per NASA.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly for September 1991 is 0.90°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for September 1891.

Claim 2. “The global temperature anomaly for September 1991 is 1.14°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for September 1891.

Is either claim more accurate than the other ?

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Julys: 1891 & 1991.

Two claims as per NASA.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly for July 1991 is 1.47°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for July 1891.

Claim 2. “The global temperature anomaly for July 1991 is 1.37°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for July 1891.

Is either claim any more accurate than the other ?

Junes: 1891 & 1991.

Two claims as per NASA.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly for June 1991 is 1.13°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for June 1891.

Claim 2. “The global temperature anomaly for June 1991 is 1.27°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for June 1891.

Which of claims 1 and 2 is the more accurate ?

Mays: 1891 & 1991.

Two claims as per NASA.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly for May 1991 is 0.58°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for May 1891.

Claim 2.The global temperature anomaly for May 1991 is 0.92°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for May 1891.

Is either claim more accurate than the other ?

Aprils: 1891 & 1991.

Two claims as per NASA. Is one more accurate than the other ?

The global temperature anomaly for April 1991 is 1.27°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for April 1891.

The global temperature anomaly for April 1991 is 1.40°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for April 1891.

Marches: 1891 & 1991.

Two claims as per NASA. Is one more accurate than the other ?

The global temperature anomaly for March 1991 is 0.89°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for March 1891.

The global temperature anomaly for March 1991 is 1.01°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for March 1891.

Februarys: 1891 & 1991.

Two claims as per NASA. Is either of them true? If so, which?

The global temperature anomaly for February 1991 is 1.53°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for February 1891.

The global temperature anomaly for February 1991 is 1.68°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for February 1891.

Januarys: 1891 & 1991

Two claims as per NASA. Is either of them true? If so, which?

The global temperature anomaly for January 1991 is 1.22°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for January 1891.

The global temperature anomaly for January 1991 is 1.47°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for January 1891.

Decembers: 1890 & 1990.

Two claims as per NASA. Is either of them true? If so, which?

The global temperature anomaly for December 1990 is 0.69°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for December 1890.

The global temperature anomaly for December 1990 is 1.01°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for December 1890.

Novembers: 1890 & 1990.

Two claims as per NASA. Is either of them true? If so, which?

The global temperature anomaly for November 1990 is 1.14°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1890.

The global temperature anomaly for November 1990 is 1.30°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1890.

Monday, 28 November 2016

Octobers: 1890 & 1990.

January 2001. The average temperature of X is 0.60°C higher than the average temperature of Y.” 
November 2016. The average temperature of X is 0.80°C higher than the average temperature of Y.

X = the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during October 1990.
Y = the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during October 1890.


Septembers: 1890 & 1990.

January 2001. The average temperature of X is 0.22°C higher than the average temperature of Y.” 
November 2016. The average temperature of X is 0.66°C higher than the average temperature of Y.

X = the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during September 1990.
Y = the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during September 1890.

Augusts: 1890 & 1990.

In January 2001, the average temperature of X was 0.60°C higher than the average temperature of Y. In November 2016, the average temperature of X was 1.04°C higher than the average temperature of Y.

X = the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during August 1990.
Y = the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during August 1890.

Julys: 1890 & 1990.

In January 2001, the average temperature of X was 1.05°C higher than the average temperature of Y, and in November 2016, the average temperature of X was 1.23°C higher than the average temperature of Y.

Xthe air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during July 1990.
Y = the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during July 1890.

Junes: 1890 & 1990.

In January 2001, the average temperature of 🔺 was 0.45°C higher than the average temperature of 🔻, and in November 2016, the average temperature of 🔺 was 1.04°C higher than the average temperature of 🔻.

🔺 = the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during June 1990.
🔻 = the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during June 1890.

Mays: 1890 & 1990.

In November 2016, the global temperature anomaly¹ for May 1990 was 1.48°C higher than the global temperature anomaly² for May 1890, but in January 2001, the global temperature anomaly³ for May 1990 was 0.74°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for May 1890.

Aprils: 1890 & 1990.

In November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for April 1990 was 1.18°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for April 1890, but in January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for April 1990 was 0.70°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for April 1890.

Marches: 1890 & 1990.

In November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for March 1990 was 1.49°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for March 1890, but in January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for March 1990 was 0.99°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for March 1890.

Februarys: 1890 & 1990.

In November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for February 1990 was 1.06°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for February 1890, but in January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for February 1990 was 0.76°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for February 1890.

Januarys: 1890 & 1990.

In November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for January 1990 was 1.15°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for January 1890, but in January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for January 1990 was 0.64°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for January 1890.

Decembers: 1889 & 1989.

In November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for December 1989 was 0.85°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for December 1889, but in January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for December 1989 was 0.34°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for December 1889.

Sunday, 27 November 2016

Novembers: 1889 & 1989.

In November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for November 1989 was 0.67°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1889, but in January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for November 1989 was 0.33°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1889.

Octobers: 1889 & 1989.

In November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for October 1989 was 0.64°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for October 1889, but in January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for October 1989 was 0.27°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for October 1889.

Septembers 1889 & 1989.

In November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for September 1989 was 0.90°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for September 1889, but in January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for September 1989 was 0.71°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for September 1889.

Augusts 1889 & 1989.

In January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for August 1989 was 0.77°C higher than the global global temperature anomaly for August 1889, but in November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for August 1989 was 1.12°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for August 1889.

Julys 1889 & 1989.

In January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for July 1989 was 0.71°C higher than the global global temperature anomaly for July 1889, but in November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for July 1989 was 0.90°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for July 1889.

Junes 1889 & 1989.

In January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for June 1989 was 0.12°C higher than the global global temperature anomaly for June 1889, but in November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for June 1989 was 0.45°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for June 1889.

Mays 1889 & 1989.

In January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for May 1989 was 0.21°C lower than the global global temperature anomaly for May 1889, but in November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for May 1989 was 0.08°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for May 1889.

Marches 1889 & 1989.

In January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for March 1989 was 0.08°C higher than the global global temperature anomaly for March 1889, but in November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for March 1989 was 0.38°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for March 1889.

Februarys 1889 & 1989.

In January 2001, the global temperature anomaly for February 1989 was 0.04°C lower than the global temperature anomaly for February 1889, but in November 2016, the global temperature anomaly for February 1989 was 0.29°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for February 1889.

Saturday, 26 November 2016

Januarys 1889 & 1989.

“The global temperature anomaly for January 1989 is 0.04°C lower than the global temperature anomaly for January 1889.”

“The global temperature anomaly for January 1989 is 0.54°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for January 1889.”

Decembers 1888 & 1988.

“The global temperature anomaly for December 1988 is 0.18°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for December 1888.”

“The global temperature anomaly for December 1988 is 0.56°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for December 1888.”

Novembers 1888 & 1988.

“The global temperature anomaly for November 1988 is 0.24°C lower than the global temperature anomaly for November 1888.”

“The global temperature anomaly for November 1988 is 0.25°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1888.”

Octobers 1888 & 1988.

“The global temperature anomaly for October 1988 is 0.50°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for October 1888.”

“The global temperature anomaly for October 1988 is 0.84°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for October 1888.”

Septembers 1888 & 1988.

“The global temperature anomaly for September 1988 is 0.79°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for September 1888.”

“The global temperature anomaly for September 1988 is 0.98°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for September 1888.”

Augusts 1888 & 1988.

“The global temperature anomaly for August 1988 is 0.68°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for August 1888.”

“The global temperature anomaly for August 1988 is 0.82°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for August 1888.”

Julys 1888 & 1988.

“The average global temperature for July 1988 is 0.67°C higher than the average global temperature for July 1888.”

“The average global temperature for July 1988 is 0.81°C higher than the average global temperature for July 1888.”

Junes 1888 & 1988.

“The average global temperature for June 1988 is 0.76°C higher than the average global temperature for June 1888.”

“The average global temperature for June 1988 is 1.16°C higher than the average global temperature for June 1888.”

Friday, 25 November 2016

Mays 1888 & 1988.

“The average temperature of the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during May 1988 is 0.98°C higher than the average temperature of the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during May 1888.”

“The average temperature of the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during May 1988 is 1.39°C higher than the average temperature of the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during May 1888.”

Aprils 1888 & 1988.

“The average temperature of the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during April 1988 is 0.48°C higher than the average temperature of the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during April 1888.”

“The average temperature of the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during April 1988 is 0.83°C higher than the average temperature of the air at the surface of the earth, from pole to pole, during April 1888.”

Marches 1888 & 1988.

“The global temperature anomaly for March 1988 is 1.24°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for March 1888.”

“The global temperature anomaly for March 1988 is 1.53°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for March 1888.”

Global temperature anomalies  
Global temperature anomalies ➜ 

Februarys 1888 & 1988.

Global temperature anomalies.

Which (?) of the following two claims are true:-

“The global temperature anomaly for February 1988 is 0.95°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for February 1888.”

“The global temperature anomaly for February 1988 is 1.32°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for February 1888.”

Januarys 1888 & 1988.

Global temperature anomalies.

Which (?) of the following two claims are true:-

“The global temperature anomaly for January 1988 is 0.97°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for January 1888.”

“The global temperature anomaly for January 1988 is 1.41°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for January 1888.”

Decembers 1887 & 1987.

Global temperature anomalies.

Which (?) of the following two claims are true:-

The global temperature anomaly for December 1987 is 0.73°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for December 1887.

The global temperature anomaly for December 1987 is 1.22°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for December 1887.

Novembers 1887 & 1987.

Global temperature anomalies.

Which (?) of the following two claims are true:-

The global temperature anomaly for November 1987 is 1.02°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1887.

The global temperature anomaly for November 1987 is 1.22°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1887.

Octobers 1887 & 1987.

Global temperature anomalies.

Which (?) of the following two claims are true:-

The global temperature anomaly for October 1987 is 0.60°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for October 1887.

The global temperature anomaly for October 1987 is 0.88°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for October 1887.

Thursday, 24 November 2016

September 1887.

Global temperature anomalies.

Which (?) of the following claims are not true:-

The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.52°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.49°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.48°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.62°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.63°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.70°C
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.74°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.65°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.66°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.61°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.60°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.56°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -0.58°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is +1.00°C.
The global temperature anomaly for September 1887 is -1.00°C.

August 1887.

Global temperature anomalies.

Which (?) of the following claims are not true:-

The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is -0.37°C.
The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is -0.12°C.
The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is -0.33°C.
The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is -0.27°C.
The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is -0.29°C.
The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is -0.24°C.
The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is -0.19°C.
The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is -0.22°C.
The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is -0.25°C.
The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is -0.30°C.
The global temperature anomaly for August 1887 is +0.52°C.

Julys 1887 & 1987.

Which (?) of the following two claims is not true:-

Claim 1.
The global temperature anomaly for July 1987 is 0.71°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for July 1887.

The global temperature anomaly for July 1987 is 1.01°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for July 1887.

Junes 1887 & 1987.

Which (?) of the following two claims is not true:-

Claim 1.
The global temperature anomaly for June 1987 is 1.10°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for June 1887.

The global temperature anomaly for June 1987 is 1.23°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for June 1887.

Mays 1887 & 1987.

Elusive global temperature anomalies. 

Which (?) of the following two claims is not true:-

Claim 1.
The global temperature anomaly for May 1987 is 0.71°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for May 1887.

The global temperature anomaly for May 1987 is 1.17°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for May 1887.

Aprils 1887 & 1987.

Elusive global temperature anomalies. 

Which (?) of the following two claims is not true:-

Claim 1.
The global temperature anomaly for April 1987 is 0.79°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for April 1887.

The global temperature anomaly for April 1987 is 1.23°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for April 1887.

Marches 1887 & 1987.

Elusive global temperature anomalies. 

Which (?) of the following two claims is not true:-

Claim 1.
The global temperature anomaly for March 1987 is 0.49°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for March 1887.

The global temperature anomaly for March 1987 is 0.85°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for March 1887.

Februarys 1887 & 1987.

Elusive global temperature anomalies. 

Which (?) of the following two claims is not true:-

Claim 1.
The global temperature anomaly for February 1987 is 1.29°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for February 1887.

The global temperature anomaly for February 1987 is 1.81°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for February 1887.


Januarys 1887 & 1987.

Elusive global temperature anomalies. 

Which (?) of the following two claims is not true:-

Claim 1.
The global temperature anomaly for January 1987 is 0.90°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for January 1887.

The global temperature anomaly for January 1987 is 1.33°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for January 1887.

Decembers 1886 & 1986.

Elusive global temperature anomalies. 

Which (?) of the following two claims is not true:-

Claim 1.
The global temperature anomaly for December 1986 is 0.30°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for December 1886.

The global temperature anomaly for December 1986 is 0.97°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for December 1886.

Novembers 1886 & 1986.

Elusive global temperature anomalies. 

Which (?) of the following two claims is not true:-

Claim 1.
The global temperature anomaly for November 1986 is 0.01°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1886.

The global temperature anomaly for November 1986 is 0.63°C higher than the global temperature anomaly for November 1886.