Tuesday, 28 February 2017

April 1883. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4, if  CRU claims, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1883 is -0·382°C and later on claims that it’s -0·393°C, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low or too high?

March 1883. HadCrut4,

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1883 is -0·335°C as well as -0·349°C. Either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low or too high?

February 1883. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1883 is -0·319°C as well as -0·325°C. Either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low or too high?

January 1883. HadCrut4

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1883 is -0·414°C as well as -0·411°C. Either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low or too high?

1882. HadCrut4

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for the January-to-December calendar 1882 is -0·212°C as well as -0·214°C. Either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low or too high?

December 1882. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1882 is -0·461°C as well as -0·464°C. Either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low or too high?

November 1882. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1882 is -0·307°C as well as -0·312°C. If the anomaly for November 1882 is +58ºC, then the first claim is 58·307ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for November 1882 is -58ºC, then the second claim is 57·688ºC too high is it not? If the anomaly for November 1882 is neither +58ºC nor -58ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees cntigrade? to low or too high?

October 1882. HadCrut4

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1882 is -0·331°C as well as -0·336°C. If the anomaly for October 1882 is +11ºC, then the first claim is 11·331ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for October 1882 is -11ºC, then the second claim is 10·664ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for October 1882 is neither +11ºC nor -11ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low or too high?

August 1882. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1882 is -0·221°C as well as -0·220°C. If the anomaly for August 1882 is +3ºC, then the first claim is 3·221ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for August 1882 is -3ºC, then the second claim is 2·780ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for August 1882 is neither +3ºC nor -3ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

July 1882. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1882 is -0·187°C as well as -0·185°C. If the anomaly for July 1882 is +28ºC, then the first claim is 28·187ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for July 1882 is -28ºC, then the second claim is 27·815ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for July 1882 is neither +28ºC nor -29ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

Monday, 27 February 2017

June 1882. HadCrut4

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1882 is -0·314°C as well as -0·320°C. If the anomaly for June 1882 is +79ºC, then the first claim is 79·314ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for June 1882 is -79ºC, then second claim is 78·680ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for June 1882 is neither +79ºC nor -79ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low or too high?

May1882. HadCrut4.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1882 is -0·368°C as well as -0·374°C. If the anomaly for May 1882 is +41ºC, then the first claim is 41·368ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for May 1882 is -41ºC, then the second claim is 40·626ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for May 1882 is neither +41ºC nor -41ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

April 1882. HadCrut4.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1882 is -0·279°C as well as -0·284°C. If the anomaly for April 1882 is 6ºC, and Peter claims, that the anomaly for April 1882 is -0·279ºC, then Peter’s claim is 6·279ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for April 1882 is -6ºC, and Paul claims, that the anomaly for April 1882 is -0·284ºC, then Paul’s claim is 5·716ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for April 1882 is neither +6ºC nor -6ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

March 1882. HadCrut4

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1882 is -0·051°C as well as -0·054°C. If the anomaly for March 1882 is +39ºC, and Peter claims, that the anomaly for March 1882 is -0·051ºC, then Peter’s claim is 39·051ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for March 1882 is -39ºC, and Paul claims, that anomaly for March 1882 is -0·054ºC, then Paul’s claim is 38·946ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for March 1882 is neither +39ºC nor -39ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high? 



 

February 1882.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1882 is +0·00°C as well as -0·006°C. If the anomaly for February 1882 is +21ºC, and Peter claims, that it’s +0·00ºC, then Peter’s claim is 21ºC too low, is it not? If the anomlay for February 1882 is -21ºC, and Paul claims, that it’s -0·006ºC, then Paul’s claim is 20·994ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for February 1882 is neither +21ºC nor -21ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?    

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for February 1882 is -0·2174ºC as well as well as -0·2125ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1882 is +0·42ºC as well as -0·19ºC.

January 1882.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1882 is +0·116°C as well as +0·117°C. If the anomaly for January 1882 is -8ºC, and Peter claims, that it’s +0.116ºC, then Peter’s claim is 8·166ºC too high, is it not? If anomlay for January 1882 is +8ºC, and Paul claims, that it’s +0·117ºC, then Paul’s claim is 7·883ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for January 1882 is neither -8ºC nor +8ºC, then either guess is what number of degrees centigrade? too high, or too low?   

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for January 1882 is +0·0155ºC as well as well as +0·0191ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1882 is +0·79ºC as well as +0·03ºC.

December 1881.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1881 is -0·130°C as well as -0·138°C. If the anomaly for December 1881 is +13ºC, and Peter claims, that it’s -0.130ºC, then Peter’s claim is 13·130ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for December 1881 is -13ºC, and Paul claims, that it’s -0·138ºC, then Paul’s claim is 12·862ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for December 1881 is neither +13ºC nor -13ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?  

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for December 1881 is -0·3445ºC as well as well as -0·3481ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1881 is +0·28ºC as well as -0·21ºC.

November 1881.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1881 is -0·339°C as well as -0·340°C. If the anomaly for November 1881 is +77ºC, and Peter claims, that it’s -0.339ºC, then Peter’s claim is 77·339ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for Novemver 1881 is -77ºC, and Paul claims, that it’s -0.340ºC, then Paul’s claim is 76·660ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for November 1881 is neither +77ºC nor -77ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?  

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for November 1881 is -0·9226ºC as well as well as -0·9094ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1881 is -0·17ºC as well as -0·64ºC.

October 1861.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1881 is -0·286°C as well as -0·285°C. If the anomaly for October 1881 is +12ºC, and Peter claims, that it’s -0.286ºC, then Peter’s claim is 12·286ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for October 1881 is -12ºC, and Paul claims that it’s -0.285ºC, then Paul’s claim is 11·715ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for October 1881 is neither +12ºC nor -12ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?   

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for October 1881 is -0·7465ºC as well as well as -0·7305ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1881 is -0·16ºC as well as -0·55ºC.

September 1881

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1881 is -0·249°C as well as -0·247°C. If the global temperature anomaly for September 1881 is +53ºC, and Peter claims, that it’s -0·249ºC, then Peter’s claim is 53·249ºC too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for September 1881 is -53ºC, and Paul claims, that it’s -0·247ºC, then Paul’s claim is 52·753ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomlay for September 1881 is neither +53ºC nor -53ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high? 

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for September 1881 is -0·5652ºC as well as well as -0·5593ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1881 is -0·14ºC as well as -0·38ºC.

August 1881

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1881 is -0·133°C as well as -0·128°C. If the global temperature anomaly for August 1881 is +88ºC, and Peter claims, that it’s -0·133ºC, then Peter’s claim is 88·133ºC too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for August 1881 is -88ºC, and Paul claims, that it’s -0·128ºC, then Paul’s claim is 87·872ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomlay for August 1881 is neither +88ºC nor -88ºC, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high? 

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for August 1881 is -0·1724ºC as well as well as -0·1666ºC. 

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1881 is -0·09ºC as well as -0·31ºC.

July 1881

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1881 is -0·155°C as well as -0·152°C. If the global temperature anomaly for July 1881 is +17ºC, then the first claim is 17­·155ºC too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for July 1881 is -17ºC, then the second claim is 16·848ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomlay for July 1881 is neither +17ºC nor -17°C, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for July 1881 is -0·3448ºC as well as well as -0·3393ºC. 

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1881 is -0·04ºC as well as -0·59ºC.

Sunday, 26 February 2017

June 1881.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1881 is -0·221°C as well as -0·232°C. 

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for June 1881 is -0·5365ºC as well as well as -0·5257ºC. 

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1881 is -0·85ºC as well as -1·19ºC.

May 1881.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1881 is -0·018°C as well as -0·034°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for May 1881 is -0·0431ºC as well as well as -0·0425ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1881 is +0·21ºC as well as -0·11ºC.

April 1881.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1881 is -0·127°C as well as -0·135°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for April 1881 is -0·1350ºC as well as well as -0·1290ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1881 is +0·09ºC as well as -0·34ºC.

March 1881.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1881 is -0·188°C as well as -0·190°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for March 1881 is -0·2843ºC as well as well as -0·2969ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1881 is -0·15ºC as well as -0·42ºC.

Questions. Are any of the above claims true? Are any of them false?

February 1881.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1881 is -0·240°C as well as -0·239°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for February 1881 is -0·5085ºC as well as well as -0·5069ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1881 is -0·03ºC as well as -0·68ºC.

Questions. Are any of the above claims true? Are any of them false?

January 1881.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1881 is -0·368°C as well as -0·360°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for January 1881 is -0·4276ºC as well as well as -0·4215ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for  January 1881 is -0·54ºC as well as -0·84ºC.

Question.Which of the above claims are true, and which are not true?

1880

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for the January-to-December calendar year 1880 is -0·228°C as well as -0·229°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for 1880 is -0·4604ºC as well as well as -0·4420ºC. 

Question. Which of the above claims are true, and which are not true?

December 1880.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1880 is -0·298°C as well as -0·294°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for December 1880 is -0·5707ºC as well as well as -0·5597ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for  December 1880 is -0·08ºC as well as -0·58ºC.

Questions. Are any of the above claims true? If so, which? Are any of the above claims not true? If so, which?

November 1880.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1880 is -0·408°C as well as -0·400°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for November 1880 is -0·9602ºC as well as well as -0·9523ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for Noember 1880 is -0·32ºC as well as -0·56ºC.

Question. The agencies mentioned above can can vary their respective claims by [what number of degrees centigrade?] without fear of refutation?

October 1880.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1880 is -0·387°C as well as -0·386°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for October 1880 is -0·6191ºC as well as well as -0·6100C.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1880 is -0·40ºC as well as -0·72ºC.

Question. The agencies mentioned above can can vary their respective claims by [what number of degrees centigrade?] without fear of refutation?

September 1880.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1880 is -0·235°C as well as -0·234°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for September 1880 is -0·3792ºC as well as well as -0·3664ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1880 is +0·08ºC as well as -0·54ºC.

Question. The agencies mentioned above can can vary their respective claims by [what number of degrees centigrade?] without fear of refutation?

July 1880.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1880 is -0·249°C as well as -0·250°C.

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for July 1880 is -0·3393ºC as well as well as -0·3267ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1880 is -0·20ºC as well as -0·53ºC.

Question. The agencies mentioned above can can vary their respective claims by [what number of degrees centigrade?] without fear of refutation?

June 1880.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1880 is -0·298°C as well as -0·312°C. CRU can vary its claim by what number of degrees centigrade? without fear of refutation?

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for June 1880 is -0·3033ºC as well as well as -0·2968ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1880 is -0·56ºC as well as -0·54ºC.

May 1880.

CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1880 is -0·248°C as well as -0·245°C. CRU can vary its claim by what number of degrees centigrade? without fear of refutation?

NOAA has claimed, that the global land temperature anomaly for May 1880 is -0·2100ºC as well as well as -0·1968ºC.

NasaGisTemp has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1880 is -0·13ºC as well as -0·41ºC.

April 1880

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1880 is -0·146°C as well as -0·151°C. CRU can vary its guess by what number of degrees centigrade? without fear of refutation?

NOAA has guessed, that the global land temperature anomaly for April 1880 is -0·3308ºC as well as well as -0·2865ºC.

NasaGisTemp has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1880 is -0·15ºC as well as -0·72ºC.

Saturday, 25 February 2017

March 1880.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1880 is -0·101°C as well as -0·107°C. If the anomaly for March 1880 is +16ºC, then the first guess is 16·101ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for March 1880 is -16ºC, then the second guess is 15·893ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for March 1880 is neither +16ºC nor -16ºC, then either guess is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

NOAA has guessed, that the global land temperature anomaly for March 1880 is -0·7485ºC as well as well as -0·7064ºC.

NasaGisTemp has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1880 is -0·09ºC as well as -0·52ºC.

February 1880.

NOAA has guessed, that the global land temperature anomaly for February 1880 is -0·5746ºC as well as well as -0·5534ºC. If the global land temperature anomaly for February 1880 is +21ºC, then the first guess is 21·5746ºC too low, is it not? If the global land temperature anomaly for February 1880 is -21ºC, then the second guess is 20·4466ºC too high, is it not? If the global land temperature anomaly for February 1880 is neither +21ºC nor -21ºC, then either guess is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

NasaGisTemp has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1880 is +0·08ºC as well as -0·45ºC.

January 1880.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1880 is -0·061°C as well as -0·067°C. If the global temperature anomaly for January 1880 is +63ºC, then the first guess is 63·061ºC to low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for January 1880 is -63ºC, then the second guess is 62·933ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature for January 1880 is neither +63ºC nor -63ºC, then either guess is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

NOAA has guessed, that the global land temperature anomaly for January 1880 is -0·1699ºC as well as well as -0·1419ºC. If the global land temperature anomaly for January 1880 is,........

NasaGisTemp has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1880 is +0·28ºC as well as -0·89ºC. If the global temperature anomaly for January 1880 is,.........

December 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1869 is -0·348°C as well as -0·359°C. If the anomaly for December 1869 is +32ºC, then the first guess is 32·348°C too low, is it not? If the anomaly for for December 1869 is -32ºC, then the second guess is 31·641ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for December 1869 is neither +32ºC nor -32ºC, then either guess is (what number?)ºC too low, or too high?

November 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1869 is -0·385°C as well as -0·381°C. If the anomaly for November 1869 is +46ºC, then the first guess is 46·385ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for November 1869 is -46°C, then the second guess is 45­·619ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for November 1869 is neither +46ºC nor -46ºC, then either guess is (what number?)ºC too low, or too high?

October 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1869 is -0·433°C as well as -0·428°C. If the anomaly for October 1869 is +91ºC, then the first guess is 91·433ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for October 1869 is -91ºC, then the second guess is 90·572ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for October 1869 is neither +91ºC nor -91ºC, then either guess is (what number?)ºC too low, or too high?

September 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1869 is -0·182°C as well as -0·193°C. If the anomaly for September 1869 is +74ºC, then the first guess is 74·182ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly September 1869 is -74ºC, then the second guess is 73·807ºC too high, is it not? If the anomlay for September 1869 is neither +74ºC nor -74ºC, then either guess is (what number?)ºC too low, or too high?

August 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1869 is -0·069°C as well as -0·078°C. If the anomaly for August 1869 is +23ºC, then the first guess is 23·069ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for August 1869 is -23ºC, then the second guess is 22·922ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for August 1869 is neither +23ºC nor -23ºC, then either guess is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

July 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1869 is -0·272°C as well as -0·294°C. If the anomaly for July 1869 is +83ºC, then the first guess 83·272ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for July 1869 is -83ºC, then the second guess is 82·706ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for July 1869 is neither +83ºC nor -83ºC, then either guess is what number of degrees cetigrade? too low, or too high?

Friday, 24 February 2017

June 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1869 is -0·347°C as well as -0·375°C. If the anomaly for June 1869 is +8ºC, then the first guess is 8·347ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for June 1869 is -8ºC, then the second guess is 7·625ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for June 1869 is neither +8ºC nor -8ºC, then either guess is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

May 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1869 is -0·284°C as well as -0·279°C. If the anomaly for May 1869 is +19ºC, then the first guess is 19·284ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for May 1869 is -19ºC, then the second guess is 18­·721ºC too high, is it not? If the anomaly for May 1869 is neither +19ºC nor -19ºC, then either guess is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

April 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1869 is -0·211°C as well as -0·230°C. If the anomaly for April 1869 is +41°C, then the first guess is 41·211ºC too low, is it not? If the anomaly for April 1869 is -41ºC, then the second guess is 40·770ºC too high, is not? If the anomaly for April 1869 is neither +41ºC nor -41ºC, the the first guess is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high, and the second guess is what number of degrees centigrade? too high, or too low?

February 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1869 is +0·260°C as well as +0·268°C. If the anomaly for February 1869 is -27ºC, then the first guess is 27·260ºC above the mark, is it not? If the anomaly for February 1869 is +27ºC, then the second guess is 26·732ºC below the mark, is it not? If the anomaly for February 1869 is neither -27ºC nor +27ºC, then the first guess is what number of degrees centigrade? above, or below, the mark, and the second guess is what number of degrees centigrade? below, or above, the mark?

January 1869. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1869 is -0·235°C as well as -0·266°C. If the anomaly for January 1869 is +55ºC, then the first guess is 55·235ºC below the mark, is it not? If the anomaly for January 1869 is -55ºC, then the second guess is 55·734ºC above the mark, is it not? If the anomlay for January 1869 is neither +55ºC nor -55ºC, then the first guess is what number of degrees centigrade? below, or above, the mark, and the second guess is what number of degrees centigrade? above, or below, the mark?

1868. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for the January-to-December calendar year 1868 is -0·228°C as well as -0·234°C. If the global temperature anomaly for 1886 is +39ºC, and Peter guesses, that it is -0·228ºC, then Peter’s guess is 39·228ºC below the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for 1886 is -39ºC, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·234ºC, then Paul’s guess is 38·766ºC above the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for 1886 is neither +39ºC nor -39ºC, then Peter’s guess is what number of degrees centigrade below, or above, the mark, and Paul’s guess is what number of degees centigrade above, or below, the mark?

December 1868. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1868 is -0·123°C as well as -0·124°C. Either guess is what number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low?

November 1868. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1868 is -0·486°C as well as -0·504°C. Either guess is what number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low?

October 1868. HadCrut4.

CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1868 is -0·233°C as well as -0·236°C. Either guess is what number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low?

September 1868. HadCrut4

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has  guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1868 is -0·209°C as well as -0·199°C. Either guess is what number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low?

August 1868. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1868 is -0·041°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·034°C. Either guess is what number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low?

July 1868. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1868 is +0·164°C, and Paul guesses, that it is +0·147°C. Either guess is what number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low?

June 1868. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1868 is -0·159°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·180°C. Either guess is too high, or too low, by what number of degrees centigrade?

May 1868. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1868 is -0·067°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·073°C. Either guess is too high, or too low, by what number of degrees centigrade?

April 1868. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1868 is -0·362°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·378°C. Either guess differs from the global temperature anomaly for April 1868 by ± what number of degrees centigrade?

March 1868. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1868 is -0·045°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·076°C. Either guess differs from the global temperature anomaly for March 1868 by ± what number of degrees centigrade?

February 1868. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1868 is -0·457°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·466°CIf two arrows hit a target within a hair’s breadth of each other, then how far away from the bullseye are they?

Thursday, 23 February 2017

January 1868. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1868 is -0·720°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·703°C. Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low, or too high, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high, or too low?

1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for the January-to-December calendar 1867 is -0·309°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·322°C. Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low, or too high, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high, or too low?

December 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1867 is -0·614°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·637°C. Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low, or too high, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high, or too low?

November 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1867 is -0·297°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·313°C. Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low, or too high, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high, or too low?

October 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1867 is -0·181°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·185°C. Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low, or too high, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high, or too low?

September 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1867 is -0·090°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·101°C. Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low, or too high, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high, or too low?

August 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1867 is -0·220°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·232°C. Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low, or too high, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high, or too low?

July 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1867 is -0·233°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·239°C. Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low, or too high, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high, or too low?

June 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- If Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1867 is -0·287°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·294°C, then Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low, or too high, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high, or too low? 

May 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- If Peter guesses, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1867 is -0·538°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·546°C, then Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low, or too high, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high, or too low? 

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

April 1867. HadCrut4

In relation to HadCrut4:- In May 2013, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1867 is -0·233ºC. In December 2016, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1867 is -0·258ºC. Questions. If the global temperature anomaly for April 1867 is +97°C, and Peter guesses, that it’s -0.233°C, then Peter’s guess is 97·233°C below the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for April 1867 is -97°C, and Paul guesses, that it’s -0.258°C, then Paul’s guess is 96·742°C above the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for April 1867 is neither +97°C nor -97°C, then Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] below, or above, the mark, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] above, or below, the mark?

March 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- In May 2013, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1867 is -0·714ºC. In December 2016, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1867 is -0·717ºC. Questions. If the global temperature anomaly for March 1867 is +26°C, and Peter guesses, that it is -0·714°C, then Peter’s guess is 26·714°C below the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for March 1867 is -26°C, and Paul guesses, that it is -0·717°C, then Paul’s guess is 25·283°C above the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for March 1867 is neither +26°C nor -26°C, then Peter’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] below, or above, the mark, and Paul’s guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] above, or below, the mark?

February 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- In May 2013, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1867 is +0·035ºC. In December 2016, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1867 is +0·009ºC. Question. CRU can vary its guess for the global temperature anomaly of February 1867 by [what number of degrees centigrade?] without fear of refutation?

January 1867. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- In May 2013, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1867 is -0·322ºC. In December 2016, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1867 is -0·320ºC. Question. CRU can vary its guess for the global temperature anomaly of January 1867 by [what number of degrees centigrade?] without fear of refutation?

1866. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- In May 2013, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for the January-to-December calendar year 1866 is -0·238ºC. In December 2016, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for 1866 is -0·249ºC. Question. CRU can vary its guess for the global temperature anomaly of 1886 by [what number of degrees centigrade?] without fear of refutation?

December 1866. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- In May 2013, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1866 is -0·320ºC. In December 2016, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1866 is -0·340ºC. Question. CRU can vary its guess for the global temperature anomaly of December 1886 by [what number of degrees centigrade?] without fear of refutation?

November 1866. HadCut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- In May 2013, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1866 is -0·296ºC. In December 2016, CRU guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1866 is -0·312ºC. Question. CRU can vary its guess for the global temperature anomaly of November 1886 by [what number of degrees centigrade?] without fear of refutation?

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

October 1866. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- In May 2013, CRU claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1866 was -0·405ºC. In December 2016, CRU claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1866 was -0·425ºC. In October 1866 the global temperature anomaly for October 1866 was what number of degrees centigrade?

September 1866. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4:- In May 2013, CRU claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1866 was -0·213ºC. In December 2016, CRU claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1866 was -0·235ºC. In September 1866 the global temperature anomaly for September 1866 was what number of degrees centigrade?

August 1866. HadCrut4.

In relation to HadCrut4, in May 2013, CRU claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1866 was -0·258ºC, and in December 2016, CRU claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1866 was -0·269ºC. In February 2020, the global temperature anomaly for August 1866 shall be what number of degrees centigrade?

July 1866. HadCrut4 and CruTem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1866 is +0·034°C as well as +0·028°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has claimed that the global temperature anomaly for July 1866 is -0·014°C as well as -0·054°C.
In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1866 is +0·130°C as well as +0·103°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has claimed that the global temperature anomaly for June 1866 is +0·090°C as well as -0·002°C.

May1866. HadCrut4 and CruTem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1866 is -0·529°C as well as -0·532°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has claimed that the global temperature anomaly for May 1866 is -0·745°C as well as -0·751°C.

April 1866. HadCrut4 and CruTem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1866 is -0·234°C as well as -0·264°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1866 is -0·214°C as well as -0·236°C.

March 1866. HadCrut4 and CruTem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1866 is -0·608°C as well as -0·593°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1866 is -0·918°C as well as -0·924°C. If two arrows hit a target within a hair’s breadth of each other, then how far away from the bullseye are they?

February 1866. HadCrut4 and CruTem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1866 is -0·198°C as well as -0·215°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has guessed that the global temperature anomaly for February 1866 is -0·528°C as well as -0·532°C. If two arrows hit a target within a hair’s breadth of each other, then how far away from the bullseye are they?

Monday, 20 February 2017

January 1866. Hadcrut4 and CruTem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1866 is +0·033°C as well as +0·037°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has guessed that the global temperature anomaly for January 1866 is +0·599°C as well as +0·619°C. In relation to both HadCrut4 and CruTem4, CRU can adjust its guess for the global temperature anomaly of January 1866 by what number of degrees centigrade without fear of refutation?

December 1865. HadCrut4 and Crutem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1865 is -0·332°C as well as -0·342°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has guessed that the global temperature anomaly for December 1865 is -0·564°C as well as -0·575°C. In relation to both HadCrut4 and CruTem4, CRU can adjust its guess for the global temperature anomaly of December 1865 by what number of degrees centigrade without fear of refutation?

November 1865. HadCrut4 and CruTem4

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1865 is -0·195°C as well as -0·194°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has guessed that the global temperature anomaly for November 1865 is +0·057°C as well as +0·072°C. In relation to both HadCrut4 and CruTem4, CRU can adjust its guess for the global temperature anomaly of November 1865 by what number of degrees centigrade without fear of refutation?

October 1865. HadCrut4 and CruTem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1865 is -0·302°C as well as -0·265°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has guessed that the global temperature anomaly for October 1865 is -0·595°C as well as -0·588°C. In relation to both HadCrut4 and CruTem4, CRU can adjust its guess for the global temperature anomaly of October 1865 by ± what number of degrees centigrade without fear of refutation?

September 1865. HadCrut4 and CruTem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1865 is -0·063°C as well as -0·079°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has claimed that the global temperature anomaly for September 1865 is +0·248°C as well as +0·167°C. In relation to both HadCrut4 and CruTem4, CRU can adjust its claim for the global temperature anomaly of September 1865 by ±0ºC, or ±0·5ºC, or ±(pick a number)ºC, without fear of refutation?

August 1865. HadCrut4 and CruTem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1865 is -0·223°C as well as -0·208°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has claimed that the global temperature anomaly for August 1865 is -0·373°C as well as -0·364°C. In relation to both HadCrut4 and CruTem4, CRU can adjust its claim for the global temperature anomaly of August 1865 by what number of degrees centigrade without fear of refutation?

July 1865. HadCrut4 and CruTem4.

In relation to HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1865 is -0·126°C as well as -0·130°C. In relation to CruTem4, CRU has claimed that the global temperature anomaly for July 1865 is +0·119°C as well as +0·074°C. In relation to HadCrut4:- If the global temperature anomaly July 1865 is +83°C, then the first claim is 83·126°C too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for July 1856 is -83°C, then the second claim is 82·870°C too high is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for July 1856 is neither +83°C nor -83°C, then the first claim is what number of degrees centigrade too low, or too high, and the second claim is what number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low?   

June 1865. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1865 is -0·249°C as well as -0·279°C. If the global temperature anomaly for June 1865 is +76°C, then the first claim is 76·249°C too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for June 1865 is -76°C, then the second claim is 75·721°C too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for June 1865 is neither +76°C nor -76°, then the first claim is what number of degrees centigrade too low, or too high, and the second claim is what number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low?

May 1865. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1865 is -0·246°C as well as -0·264°C. If the global temperature anomaly for May 1865 is +38°C, then the first guess is 38­·246°C below the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for May 1865 is -0.38°C, then the second guess is 37·736 above the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for May 1865 is neither +38°C nor -38°C, then the first guess is what number of degrees centigrade below, or above, the mark, and the second guess is what number of degrees centigrade above, or below, the mark?

April 1865. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1865 is -0·198°C as well as -0·229°C. If the global temperature anomaly for April 1865 is +24°C, then the first guess is 24·198°C below the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for March 1865 is -24°C, then the second guess is 27·771°C above the mark, is it not? If the global tempperature anomaly for April 1865 is neither +24°C nor -24°C, then the first guess is what number of degrees centigrade below, or above, the mark, and the second guess is what number of degrees centigrade above, or below, the mark?

March 1865. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1865 is -0·621°C as well as -0·643°C. If the global temperature anomaly for March 1865 is +13°C, then the first guess is 13·621°C below the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for March 1865 is -13°C, then the second guess is 12·357°C above the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for March 1865 is neither +13°C nor -13°C, then the first guess is what number of degrees centigrade below, or above, the mark, and the second guess is what number of degrees centigrade above, or below, the mark?

Sunday, 19 February 2017

February 1865. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1865 is -0·625°C as well as -0·611°C. If two arrows hit a target within a hair’s breadth of each other, then how far away from the bullseye are they?

January 1865. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for the January 1865 is -0·133°C as well as -0·099°C. Question.The global temperature anomaly for January 1865 is what number of degrees centigrade higher than, or lower than, -0­·133°C?

1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for the January-to-December calendar year 1864 is -0·481°C as well as -0·494°C. Question.The global temperature anomaly for 1864 is what number of degrees centigrade higher, or lower, than either of -0·481°C and -0·494°C?

December 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1864 is -0·571°C as well as -0·615°C. If two arrows hit a target within a hair’s breadth of each other, then how far away from the bullseye are they?

November 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1864 is -0·457°C as well as -0·472°C. If two arrows hit a target within a hair’s breadth of each other, then how far away from the bullseye are they?

October 1864. HadCrut4

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1864 is -0·713°C as well as -0·705°C. If two arrows hit a target within a hair’s breadth of each other, then how far away from the bullseye are they?

September 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1864 is -0·435°C as well as -0·448°C. If two arrows hit a target within a hair’s breadth of each other, then how far away from the bullseye are they?

August 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1864 is -0·303°C as well as -0·309°C. If the global temperature anomaly for August 1864 is +97°C, then the first guess is 97·303°C below the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for August 1864 is -97°C, then the second guess is 96­·691°C above the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for August 1864 is neither +97°C nor -97°C, then the first guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] below, or above, the mark, and the second guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] above, or below, the mark?

July 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1864 is -0·147°C as well as -0·150°C. If the global temperature anomaly for July 1864 is +31°C, then the first guess is 31·147°C below the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for July 1864 is -31°C, then the second guess is 30·850°C above the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for July 1864 is neither +31°C nor -31°C, then the first guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] below, or above, the mark, and the second guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] above, or below, the mark?

June 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1864 is -0·173°C as well as -0·165°C. If the global temperature anomaly for June 1864 is +47°C, then the first guess is 47·173°C below the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for June 1864 is -47°C, then the second guess is 46·835°C above the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for June 1864 is neither +47°C nor -47°C, then the first guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] below, or above, the mark, and the second guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] above, or below, the mark?

May 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1864 is -0·425°C as well as -0·454°C. If the global temperature anomaly for May 1864 is +75°C, then the first guess is 75·425°C below the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for May 1864 is -75°C, then the second guess is 74·546°C above the mark, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for May 1864 is neither +75°C nor -75°C, then the first guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] below or above the mark, and the second guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] above or below the mark?

April 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1864 is -0·535°C as well as -0·551°C. If the global temperature anomaly for April 1864 is +13°C, then the first guess is 13·535°C too low (is it not?) and the second guess is 13·551 too low (is it not?). If the global temperature anomaly for April 1864 is -13°C, the the first guess is 12·645°C too high (is it not?), and the second guess is 12.449°C too high (is it not?). If  the global temperature anomaly for April 1864 is neither +13°C nor -13°C, then the first guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low or too high, and the second guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high or too low?

Saturday, 18 February 2017

March 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1864 is -0·519°C as well as -0·502°C. If the global temperature anomaly for March 1864 is +24°C, then the first guess 24·519°C too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for March 1864 is -24°C, then the second guess is 23·498°C too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for March 1864 is neither +24°C nor -24°C, then the first guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low or too high, and the second guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high or too low?

February 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1864 is -0·606°C as well as -0·636°C.

January 1864. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for January 1864 is -0·902°C as well as -0·938°C.

1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for the January-to-December calendar year 1863 is -0·285°C as well as -0·281°C.

December 1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1863 is -0·321°C , as well as -0·348°C.

November 1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for November 1863 is -0·337°C , as well as -0·333°C.

October 1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for October 1863 is -0·398°C , as well as -0·385°C.

September 1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for September 1863 is -0·362°C , as well as -0·324°C.

August 1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for August 1863 is -0·331°C , as well as -0·316°C.

July 1863. HadCrut4

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for July 1863 is -0·437°C , as well as -0·422°C. If the global temperature anomaly for July 1863 is +69°C, then the first guess is 69·437°C too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for July 1863 is -69°C, the the second guess is 68·578°C too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for July 1863 is neither +69°C nor -69°C, the the first guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low or too high, and the second guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high or too low?

June 1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for June 1863 is -0·399°C , as well as -0·403°C. If the global temperature anomaly for June 1863 is +26°C, then the first guess is 26·399°C too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly of June 1863 is -26°C, then the second guess is 25·597°C too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for June 1863 is neither +26°C nor -26°C, then the first guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low or too high, and the second guess is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too high or too low?

Friday, 17 February 2017

May 1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for May 1863 is -0·329°C , as well as -0·322°C. If the the anomaly for May 1863 is +45°C, then a guess of +15°C for the anomaly of May 1863 is 30°C too low, is it not? If the anomaly for May 1863 is -45°C, then a guess of -15°C for the anomaly of May 1863 is 30°C too high, is it not? If the anomaly for May 1863 is neither +45°C nor -45°C, then a guess of either -0·329°C or -0·322°C for the anomaly of May 1863 is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low or too high?

April 1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for April 1863 is -0·219°C , as well as -0·241°C. If the the anomaly for April 1863 is +33°C, then a guess of +6°C for the anomaly of April 1863 is 27°C too low, is it not? If the anomaly of April 1863 is -33°C, then a guess of -6°C for the anomaly of April 1863 is 27°C too high, is it not? If the anomaly for April 1863 is neither +33°C nor -33°C, then a guess of either -0·219°C or -0·241°C for the anomaly of April 1863 is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low or too high?

March 1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for March 1863 is -0·373°C , as well as -0·367°C. If the global temperature anomaly of March 1863 is +21°C, then a guess of -12°C for the global temperaturaure anomaly of March 1863 is 33°C too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly of March 1863 is -21°C, then a guess of +12°C for the global temperature anomaly of March 1863 is 33°C too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly of March 1863 is neither +21°C nor -21°C, then a guess of either -0·373°C or -0·367°C for the global temperature anomaly of March 1863 is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low or too high?

February 1863. HadCrut4.

In connection with HadCrut4, CRU has guessed, that the global temperature anomaly for February 1863 is -0·047°C , as well as -0·029°C. If the global temperature anomaly for February 1863 is +55·953°C, then a guess of -0·047° for the global temperature anomaly of February 1863 is 56°C too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for February 1863 is -55·953°C, then a guess of -0·029°C for the global temperature anomaly of February 1863 is 54·924°C too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for February 1863 is neither +55·953°C nor -55·953°C, then a guess of either -0·047°C or -0·029­°C for the global temperature anomaly of February 1863 is [what number of degrees centigrade?] too low or too high?