Friday, 31 March 2017

March 1887 and March 1987.

“A” = March 1887...........“B” = March 1987.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·25ºC and +0·24ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·49ºC below the global temperature anomaly of “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·64ºC and +0·24ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·88ºC below the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

February 1887 and February 1987.

“A” = February 1887...........“B” = February 1987.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·80ºC and +0·49ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 1·29ºC below the global temperature anomaly of “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -1·32ºC and +0·52ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 1·84ºC below the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

January 1887 and January 1987.

“A” = January 1887...........“B” = January 1987.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·55ºC and +0·35ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·90ºC below the global temperature anomaly of “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·92ºC and +0·42ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 1·34ºC below the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

December 1886 and December 1986.

“A” = December 1886...........“B” = December 1986.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·17ºC and +0·12ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·29ºC below the global temperature anomaly of “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·79ºC and +0·20ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·99ºC below the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

November 1886 and November 1986.

“A” = November 1886...........“B” = November 1986.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were both +0·03ºC. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·54ºC and +0·11ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·65ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

October 1886 and October 1986.

October 1886 = “A”...........October 1986 = “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·64ºC and +0·05ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·69ºC below the global temperature anomaly of “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·91ºC and +0·11ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 1·02ºC below the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

September 1886 and September 1986.

September 1886 = “A”...........September 1986 = “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·23ºC and +0·03ºC respectively, such that (-0·23) minus (+0·03) equals -0·26. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·47ºC and +0·02ºC respectively, such that (-0·47) minus (+0·02) equals -0·49.

August 1886 and August 1986.

August 1886 = “A”...........August 1986 = “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·18ºC and +0·19ºC respectively, such that (-0·18) minus (+0·19) equals -0·37. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·78ºC and +0·20ºC respectively, such that (-0·78) minus (+0·20) equals -0·98.

July 1886 and July 1986.

July 1886 = “A”...........July 1986 = “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·10ºC and +0·11ºC respectively, such that (-0·10) minus (+0·11) equals -0·21. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·44ºC and +0·14ºC respectively, such that (-0·44) minus (+0·14) equals -0·58.

June 1886 and June 1986.

June 1886 = “A”..........June 1986 = “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·15ºC and +0·11ºC respectively, such that (-0·15) minus (+0·11) equals -0·26. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·89ºC and +0·12ºC respectively, such that (-0·89) minus (+0·12) equals -1·01.

May 1886 and May 1986

May 1886 = “A”.
May 1986 = “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·14ºC and +0·19ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·33ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·61ºC and +0·33ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·94ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

April 1886 and April 1986.

April 1886 = “A”.
April 1986 = “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·17ºC and +0·33ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·50ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·67ºC and +0·43ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 1·10ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

March 1886 and March 1986.

March 1886 = “A”.
March 1986 = “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·41ºC and +0·31ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·72ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·72ºC and +0·38ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 1·10ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

February 1886 and February 1986.

February 1886 = “A”.
February 1986 = “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·44ºC and +0·46ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·90ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·87ºC and +0·52ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 1·39ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

January 1886 and January 1986.

January 1886 = “A”.
January 1986 = “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·46ºC and +0·28ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 0·74ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of “A” and “B” were -0·80ºC and +0·37ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of “A” was 1·17ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of “B”.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

December 1885 = interval “A”, & December 1985 = interval “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were +0·35ºC and +0·08ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·27ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·03ºC and +0·13ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·16ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”.

November 1885 = interval “A”, & November 1985 = interval “B”.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·25ºC and ±0·00ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·25ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·43ºC and +0·08ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·51ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”.

October 1885 and October 1985.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were +0·27ºC and +0·06ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·21ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·08ºC and +0·12ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·20ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”.

Interval “A” = October 1885.
Interval “B” = October 1985.

September 1885 and September 1985.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·11ºC and +0·18ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·29ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·20ºC and +0·25ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·45ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”.

Interval “A” = September 1885.
Interval “B” = September 1985.

August 1885 and August 1985.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were +0·07ºC and +0·33ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·26ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·21ºC and +0·34ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·55ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”.

Interval “A” = August 1885.
Interval “B” = August 1985.

July 1885 and July 1985.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·11ºC and ±0·00ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·11ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·66ºC and +0·02ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·68ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”.

Interval “A” = July 1885.
Interval “B” = July 1985.

June 1885 and June 1985.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·57ºC and +0·18ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·75ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of intervals “A” and “B” were -0·98ºC and +0·26ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 1·24ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B”.

Interval “A” = June 1885.
Interval “B” = June 1985.

May 1885 and May 1985.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of May 1885 and May 1985 were -0·38ºC and +0·10ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·48ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the former. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of May 1885 and May 1985 were -0·54ºC and +0·21ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·75ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

April 1885 and April 1985.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of April 1885 and April 1985 were -0·47ºC and +0·14ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·61ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the former. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of April 1885 and April 1985 were -0·91ºC and +0·20ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 1·11ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

March 1885 and March 1985.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of March 1885 and March 1985 were -0·55ºC and +0·20ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·75ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the former. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of March 1885 and March 1985 were -0·95ºC and +0·26ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 1·21ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

February 1885 and February 1985.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of February 1885 and February 1985 were -0·47ºC and -0·02ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·45ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the former. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of February 1885 and February 1985 were -0·83ºC and +0·01ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·84ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

January1885 and January 1985.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of January 1885 and January 1985 were -0·57ºC and +0·24ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·81ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the former. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of January 1885 and January 1985  were -0·97ºC and +0·31ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 1·28ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

December 1884 and December 1984.

On the 14th of September 2005, the global temperature anomalies of December 1884 and December 1984 were -0·85ºC and -0·04ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·89ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the former. On the 26th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of December 1884 and December 1984 were -1·03ºC and +0·02ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 1·05ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

November 1884 and November 1984.

On the 11th of January 2012, the global temperature anomalies of November 1884 and November 1984 were -0·36ºC and -0·05ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·31ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 29th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of November 1884 and November 1984 were -0·29ºC and +0·04ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·33ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

October 1884 and October 1984.

On the 11th of January 2012, the global temperature anomalies of October 1884 and October 1984 were -0·34ºC and +0·04ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·38ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 29th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of October 1884 and October 1984 were -0·21ºC and +0·14ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·35ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

September 1884 and September 1984.

On the 22nd of January 2002, the global temperature anomalies of September 1884 and September 1984 were -0·29ºC and +0·10ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·39ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 29th of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of September 1884 and September 1984 were -0·23ºC and +0·19ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·42ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

August 1884 and August 1984.

On the 22nd of January 2002, the global temperature anomalies of August 1884 and August 1984 were -0·22ºC and +0·10ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·32ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. Currently, the global temperature anomalies of August 1884 and August 1984 are [what number of degrees centigrade?] and [what number of degrees centigrade?] respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former is [what number of degrees centigrade?] lower, or higher, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter?

July 1884 and July 1984.

On the 22nd of January 2002, the global temperature anomalies of July 1884 and July 1984 were -0·25ºC and +0·13ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·38ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. Currently, the global temperature anomalies of July 1884 and July 1984 are [what number of degrees centigrade?] and [what number of degrees centigrade?] respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former is [what number of degrees centigrade?] lower, or higher, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter?

June 1884 and May 1884.

On the 22nd of January 2002, the global temperature anomalies of June 1884 and June 1984 were -0·32ºC and ±0·00ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·32ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. Currently, the global temperature anomalies of June 1884 and June 1984 are [what number of degrees centigrade?] and [what number of degrees centigrade?] respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former is [what number of degrees centigrade?] lower, or higher, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter?

May 1884 and May 1984.

On the 5th of March 2005, the global temperature anomalies of May 1884 and May 1984 were -0·26ºC and +0·22ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·48ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 16th of August 2012, the global temperature anomalies of May 1884 and May 1984 were -0·37ºC and +0·30ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·67ºC lower than global temperature anomaly of the latter. At today’s date, the global temperature anomalies of May 1884 and May 1984 are currently [what number of degrees centigrade?] and [what number of degrees centigrade?] respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former is currently [what number of degrees centigrade?] higher, or lower, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter?

April 1884 and April 1984.

On the 5th of March 2005, the global temperature anomalies of April 1884 and April 1984 were -0·35ºC and +0·01ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·36ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 16th of August 2012, the global temperature anomalies of April 1884 and April 1984 were -0·38ºC and +0·04ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·42ºC lower than global temperature anomaly of the latter. At today’s date, the global temperature anomalies of April 1884 and April 1984 are currently [what number of degrees centigrade?] and [what number of degrees centigrade?] respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former is currently [what number of degrees centigrade?] higher, or lower, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter?

March 1884 and March 1984.

On the 5th of March 2005, the global temperature anomalies of March 1884 and March 1984 were -0·27ºC and +0·17ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·34ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 16th of August 2012, the global temperature anomalies of March 1884 and March 1984 were -0·35ºC and +0·24ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·59ºC lower than global temperature anomaly of the latter. At today’s date, the global temperature anomalies of March 1884 and March 1984 are [what number of degrees centigrade?] and [what number of degrees centigrade?] respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former is [what number of degrees centigrade?] higher, or lower, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter?

February 1884 and February 1994.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomalies of February 1884 and February 1984 were +0·10ºC and +0·08ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·02ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of February 1884 and February 1984 were -0·37ºC and +0·16ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·53ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

January 1884 and January 1994.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomalies of January 1884 and January 1984 were -0·20ºC and +0·20ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·40ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of January 1884 and January 1984 were -0·64ºC and +0·23ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·87ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

December 1883 and December 1983.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomalies of December 1883 and December 1983 were +0·13ºC and +0·17ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·04ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of December 1883 and December 1983 were -0·43ºC and +0·17ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·60ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

November 1883 and November 1983.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomalies of November 1883 and November 1983 were -0·39ºC and +0·30ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·69ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of November 1883 and November 1983 were -0·71ºC and +0·32ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 1·03ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

October 1883 and October 1983.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomalies of October 1883 and October 1983 were -0·17ºC and +0·19ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·36ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of October 1883 and October 1983 were -0·60ºC and +0·33ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·93ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

Monday, 27 March 2017

September 1883 and September 1983.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomalies of September 1883 and September 1983 were -0·30ºC and +0·49ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·79ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of September 1883 and September 1983 were -0·49ºC and +0·55ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 1·04ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

August 1883 and August 1983.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomalies of August 1883 and August 1983 were -0·01ºC and +0·51ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·52ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of August 1883 and August 1983 were -0·20ºC and +0·45ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·65ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

July 1883 and July 1983.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomalies of July 1883 and July 1983 were +0·21ºC and +0·19ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·02ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of July 1883 and July 1983 were -0·05ºC and +0·20ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·25ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

June 1883 and June 1983.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomalies of June 1883 and June 1983 were +0·56ºC and +0·26ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·30ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomalies of June 1883 and June 1983 were +0·41ºC and +0·27ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·14ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of the latter.

May 1893 and May 1983

If the global temperature anomaly of May 1893 was 0·45ºC below the global temperature anomaly of May 1983 on the 26th of January 2001, then the global temperature anomaly of May 1893 was 0·78ºC below the global temperature anomaly of May 1983 on the 22nd of March 2017.

April 1883 and April 1983.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of April 1883 was 0·16ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of April 1983. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomaly of April 1883 was 0·74ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of April 1983.

March 1883 and March 1983

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of March 1883 was 0·43ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of March 1983. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomaly of March 1883 was 0·94ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of March 1983.

February 1883 and February 1983.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of February 1883 was 0·92ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of February 1983. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomaly of February 1883 was 1·37ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of February 1983.

January 1883 and January 1983.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of January 1883 was 0·61ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of January 1983. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomaly of January 1883 was 1·19ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of January 1983.

December 1882 and December 1982.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of December 1882 was 0·34ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of December 1982. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomaly of December 1882 was 1·11ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of December 1982.

November 1882 and November 1982.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of November 1882 was the same as the global temperature anomaly of November 1982. On the 22nd of March 2017, the global temperature anomaly of November 1882 was 0·54ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of November 1982.

October 1882 and October 1982.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of October 1882 was 0·11ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of October 1982.
On the 21st of December 2012, the global temperature anomaly of October 1882 was 0·30ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of October 1982.

Sunday, 26 March 2017

September 1882 and September 1982.

First claim. The global temperature anomaly of September 1882 is 0·26ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of September 1982.
Second claim. The global temperature anomaly of  September 1882 is 0·14ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of September 1982.

At least one of the above two claims is some number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low, is it not? For example, if the global temperature anomaly of September 1882 is 7ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of September 1982, then the first claim is 7·20ºC too high, is it not? On the other hand, if the global temperature anomaly of September 1882 is 7ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of September 1982, then the second claim is 7·14ºC too low, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly of September 1882 is neither 7ºC lower than, nor 7ºC higher than, the global temperature anomaly of September 1982, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too high, or too low?

August 1882 and August 1982.

First claim. The global temperature anomaly of August 1882 is 0·19ºC below the global temperature anomaly of August 1982.
Second claim. The global temperature anomaly of  August 1882 is 0·22ºC below the global temperature anomaly of August 1982.

At least one of the above two claims is some number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low, is it not? For example, if the global temperature anomaly of August 1882 is 18ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of August 1982, then the first claim is 18·19ºC too low, is it not? On the other hand, if the global temperature anomaly of August 1882 is 18ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of August 1982, then the second claim is 17·78ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly of August 1882 is neither 18ºC higher than, nor 18ºC lower than, the global temperature anomaly of August 1982, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

July 1882 and July 1982.

First claim. The global temperature anomaly of July 1882 is 0·67ºC below the global temperature anomaly of July 1982.
Second claim. The global temperature anomaly of  July 1882 is 0·82ºC below the global temperature anomaly of July 1982.

At least one of the above two claims is some number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low, is it not? For example, if the global tempperature anomaly of July 1882 is 11ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of July 1982, then the first claim is 11·67ºC too low, is it not? On the oter hand, if the global temperature anomaly of July 1882 is 11ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of July 1882, then the second claim is 10·18ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly of July 1882 is neither 11ºC higher, nor 11ºC lower, than the global temperature anomaly of July 1882, then either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

June 1882 and June 1982.

First claim. The global temperature anomaly of June 1882 is 0·66ºC below the global temperature anomaly of June 1982.
Second claim. The global temperature anomaly of  June 1882 is 0·97ºC below the global temperature anomaly of June 1982.

At least one of the above two claims is some number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low, is it not? For example, if the global temperature anomaly of June 1882 is 5ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of June 1982, then the first claim is 5·66ºC too low, is it not? On the other hand, if the global temperature anomaly of June 1882 is 5ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of June 1882, then the second claim is 4·03ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly of June 1882 is neither 5ºC higher, nor 5º lower, than the global temperature anomaly of of June 1982, then the either claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high?

May 1882 and May 1982.

First claim. The global temperature anomaly of May 1882 is 0·40ºC below the global temperature anomaly of May 1982.
Second claim. The global temperature anomaly of May 1882 is 0·62ºC below the global temperature anomaly of May 1982.

At least one of the above two claims is some number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low, is it not? For example, if the global temperature anomaly of May 1882 is 2ºC above the global temperature anomaly of May 1982, then the first claim is 2·40ºC too low, is it not? On the other hand, if the global temperature anomaly of May 1882 is 2ºC below the global temperature anomaly of May 1982, then the second claim is 1.38ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly of May 1882 is neither 2ºC above, nor 2ºC below, the global temperature anomaly of May 1982, 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?

April 1882 and April 1982.

If the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·34ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B” on the 26th of January 2001, then the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was {what number of degrees centigrade?} lower, or higher, than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B” on the 21st of December 2012?

Interval “A” = April 1882.
Interval “B” = April 1982.

Saturday, 25 March 2017

March 1882 and March 1982.

If the global temperature anomaly of interval  “A” was 0·16ºC more than the global temperature anomaly of  interval “B” on the 26 of January 2001, then is it possible, that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·05ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B” on the 21st of December 2012?

Interval “A” = March 1882.
Interval “B” = March 1982.

February 1882 and February 1982.

Is it possible, that if the global temperature anomaly of interval  “A” was 0·23ºC more than the global temperature anomaly of  interval “B” on the 26 of January 2001, then the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·30ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B” on the 21st of December 2012?

Interval “A” = February 1882.
Interval “B” = February 1982.

January 1882 and January 1982.

If it is the case, that the global temperature anomaly of interval  “A” was 0·68ºC more than the global temperature anomaly of  interval “B” on the 26 of January 2001, then is it the case, that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·08ºC more than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B” on the 21st of December 2012?

Interval “A” = January 1882.
Interval “B” = January 1982.

December 1881 and December 1981.

If it is the case, that the global temperature anomaly of interval  “A” was 0·15ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of  interval “B” on the 26 of January 2001, then is it the case, that the global temperature anomaly of interval “A” was 0·49ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of interval “B” on the 21st of December 2012?

Interval “A” = December 1881.
Interval “B” = December 1981

November 1881 and November 1981.

If it is the case, that the global temperature anomaly of November 1881 was 0·36ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of November 1981 on the 26 of January 2001, then is it the case, that the global temperature anomaly of November 1881 was 0·70ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of November 1981 on the 21st of December 2012?

October 1881 and October 1981.

If it is the case, that the global temperature anomaly of October 1881 was 0·25ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of October 1981 on the 26 of January 2001, then is it the case, that the global temperature anomaly of October 1881 was 0·48ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of October 1981 on the 21st of December 2012?

September 1881 and September 1981.

If it is the case, that the global temperature anomaly of September 1881 was 0·39ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of September 1981 on the 26 of January 2001, then is it the case, that the global temperature anomaly of September1881 was 0·54ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of September 1981 on the 21st of December 2012?

August 1881 and August 1981.

If it is the case, that the global temperature anomaly of August 1881 was 0·63ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of August 1981 on the 26 of January 2001, then is it the case, that the global temperature anomaly of August 1881 was 0·57ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of August 1981 on the 21st of December 2012?

July 1881 and July 1981.

If it is the case, that the global temperature anomaly of July 1881 was 0·54ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of July 1981 on the 26 of January 2001, then is it the case, that the global temperature anomaly of July 1881 was 0·95ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of July 1981 on the 21st of December 2012?

June 1881 and June 1981.

If it is the case, that the global temperature anomaly of June 1881 was 1·16ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of June 1981 on the 26 of January 2001, then is it the case, that the global temperature anomaly of June 1881 was 1·38ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of June 1981 on the 21st of December 2012?

May 1881 and May 1981.

If it is the case, that the global temperature anomaly of May 1881 was 0·07ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of May 1981 on the 26 of January 2001, then is it the case, that the global temperature anomaly of May 1881 was 0·32ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of May 1981 on the 21st of December 2012?

April 1881 and April 1981.

If it is the case, that the global temperature anomaly of April 1881 was 0·35ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of April 1981 on the 26 of January 2001, then is it the case, that the global temperature anomaly of April 1881 was 0·68ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of April 1981 on the 21st of December 2012?

March 1881 and March 1981.

If the global temperature anomaly of March 1881 was 0·72ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of March 1981 on the 26th of January 2001, then was it 1·19ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of March 1981 on the 21st of December 2012?

Friday, 24 March 2017

February 1881 and February 1981.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly of February 1881 is 0·88ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of February 1881.
Claim 2. The global temperature anomaly of February 1881 is 0·58ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of February 1881.

January 1881 and January 1981.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly of January 1881 is 1·15ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of January 1881.
Claim 2. The global temperature anomaly of January 1881 is 1·10ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of January 1881.

December 1880 and December 1980.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly of December 1880 is 0·30ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of December 1980.
Claim 2. The global temperature anomaly of December 1880 is 0·18ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of December 1980.

November 1880 and November 1980.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly of November 1880 is 0·42ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of November 1980.
Claim 2. The global temperature anomaly of November 1880 is 0·55ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of November 1980.

November 1880 and November 1980.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly of November 1880 is 0·42ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of November 1980.
Claim 2. The global temperature anomaly of November 1880 is 0·55ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of November 1980.

October 1880 and October 1980.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly of October 1880 is 0·77ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of October 1980.
Claim 2. The global temperature anomaly of October 1880 is 0·51ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of October 1980.

September 1880 and September 1980.

Claim 1. The global temperature anomaly of September 1880 is 0·53ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of September 1980.
Claim 2. The global temperature anomaly of September 1880 is 0·18ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of September 1980.

August 1880 and August 1980.

If the global temperature anomaly of August 1880 was 0·21ºC more than the global temperature anomaly of August 1980 on the 13th of October 1999, then was the global temperature anomaly of the former 0·18ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of the latter on the 3rd of March 2008?

July 1880 and July 1980.

If the global temperature anomaly of July 1880 was 0·39ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of July 1980 on the 13th of October 1999, then was the global temperature anomaly of the former 0·47ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of the latter on the 3rd of March 2008?

June 1880 and June 1980.

If the global temperature anomaly of June 1880 was 0·54ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of June 1980 on the 13th of October 1999, then the global temperature anomaly of the former was what number of degrees centigrade? less, or more, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter on the 3rd of March 2008?

May 1880 and May 1980.

If the global temperature anomaly of May 1880 was 0·59ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of May 1980 on the 13th of October 1999, then the global temperature anomaly of the former was what number of degrees centigrade? less, or more, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter on the 3rd of March 2008?

April 1880 and March 1980.

If the global temperature anomaly of April 1880 was 0·67ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of April 1980 on the 13th of October 1999, then the global temperature anomaly of the former was what number of degrees centigrade? less, or more, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter on the 3rd of March 2008?

March 1880 and March 1980.

If the global temperature anomaly of March 1880 was 0·50ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of March 1980 on the 13th of October 1999, then the global temperature anomaly of the former was what number of degrees centigrade? less, or more, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter on the 3rd of March 2008?

February 1880 and February 1980.

If the global temperature anomaly of February 1880 was 0·52ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of February 1980 on the 13th of October 1999, then the global temperature anomaly of the former was what number of degrees centigrade? less, or more, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter on the 3rd of March 2008?

January 1880 and January 1980.

If the global temperature anomaly of January 1880 was 0·58ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of January 1980 on the 13th of October 1999, then the global temperature anomaly of the former was what number of degrees centigrade? less, or more, than the global temperature anomaly of the latter on the 3rd of March 2008?

Thursday, 23 March 2017

January 1870.

If the global temperature anomalies  of January 1870 and January 1880 were +0·26ºC and -0·28ºC respectively on the 13th of October 1999, then, on that date, the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·54ºC greater than the global temperature of the latter, was it not? If the global temperature anomaly of January 1870 is invariably 0·54ºC greater than the global temperature anomaly of January 1880, then the global temperature anomaly of January 1870 was what number of degrees centigrade? on the 14th of March 2017?

December 1869.

If the global temperature anomalies of December 1869 and December 1998 were +0·05ºC and +0·66ºC respectively on the the 13th of October 1999, then, on that date, the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·61ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, was it not? If the global temperature anomaly of December 1869 is invariably 0·61ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of December 1998, then the global temperature anomaly of December 1869 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

November 1869.

If the global temperature anomalies of November 1869 and November 1998 were -0·25ºC and +0·50ºC respectively in October 1999, then the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·75ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of the latter in October 1999, was it not? If the global temperature anomaly of November 1869 is invariably 0·75ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of November 1998, then the global temperature anomaly of November 1869 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

October 1869.

If, in October 1999, the global temperature anomalies of October 1869 and October 1998 were -0·38ºC and +0·50ºC respectively, then, in October 1999, the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·88ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, was it not? If the global temperature anomaly of October 1869 is always 0·88ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of October 1998, then the global temperature anomaly of October 1869 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

September 1869.

If, in October 1999, the global temperature anomalies of September 1869 and September 1998 were -0·03ºC and +0·41ºC respectively, then, in October 1999, the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·44ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, was it not? If the global temperature anomaly of September 1869 is always 0·44ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of September 1998, then the global temperature anomaly of September 1869 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

August 1869.

If, in October 1999, the global temperature anomalies of August 1869 and August 1998 were +0·33ºC and +0·69ºC respectively, then, in October 1999, the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·36ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, was it not? If the global temperature anomaly of the former is always 0·36ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, then the global temperature anomaly of August 1869 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

July 1869.

If the global temperature anomaly of July 1869 was +0·24ºC in October 1999, then the global temperature anomaly of July 1869 was what number of degrees centigrade? in January 2001?

June 1869.

If the global temperature anomalies of June 1869 and June 1998 were +0·47ºC and +0·70ºC respectively in October 1999, then in October 1999 the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·23ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, was it not? If the global temperature anomaly of June 1869 is always 0·23ºC less than the global temperature anomaly of June 1998, then the global temperature anomaly of June 1869 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

May 1869.

If the global temperature anomalies of May 1869 and May 1889 were -0·18ºC and +0·31ºC respectively in October 1999, then in October 1999, the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·49ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, was it not? If the global temperature anomaly of May 1869 is always 0·49ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of May 1889, then the global temperature anomaly of May 1869 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

April 1869.

In October 1999, the global temperature anomalies of April 1869 and April 1889 were -0·20ºC and +0·42ºC respectively, such that global temperature anomaly of April 1869 was 0·62 lower than the global temperature anomaly of April 1889. If the global temperature anomaly of April 1869 is always 0·62ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of April 1889, then the global temperature anomaly of April 1869 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

March 1869.

If the global temperature anomalies of March 1869 and March 1880 were -0·11º and +0·20ºC respectively on the 13th of October 1999, then the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·31ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter on the 13th of October 1999, was it not? If the global temperature anomaly of March 1869 is always 0·31ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of March 1889, then the global temperature anomaly of March 1869 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

February 1869.

On the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomalies of February 1869 and February 1889 were +0·66ºC and +0·30ºC respectively. Therefore, on the 13th of October 1999,  the global temperature anomaly of February 1869 was 0·36ºC higher than the global temperature of February 1889, was it not? If the global temperature anomaly of February 1869 is always 0·36ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of February 1889, then the global temperature anomaly of the former is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

January 1869.

On the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomalies for January 1869 and January 1889 were -0·11ºC and +0·06ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·17ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. If the global temperature anomaly of the former is always 0·17ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, then the global temperature anomaly the former is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

December 1868.

On the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomalies for December 1868 and December 1888 were -0·46ºC and +0·09ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·55ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. If the global temperature anomaly of the former is always 0·55ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, then the global temperature anomaly the former is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

November 1868.

On the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomalies for November 1868 and November 1998 were +0·07ºC and +0·50ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·43ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. If the global temperature anomaly of the former is always 0·43ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, then the global temperature anomaly the former is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

October 1868.

On the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomalies for October 1868 and October 1997 were -0·05ºC and +0·35ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·40ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. If the global temperature anomaly of the former is always 0·40ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, then the global temperature anomaly the former is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

September 1868.

On the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomalies for September 1868 and September 1880 were -0·24ºC and -0·25ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·01ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. If the global temperature anomaly of the former is always 0·01ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of the latter, then the global temperature anomaly the former is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

August 1868.

On the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomalies for August 1868 and August 1880 were -0·42ºC and +0·43ºC respectively, such that the global temperature anomaly of the former was 0·85ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of the latter. If the global temperature anomaly of August 1868 is always 0·85ºC lower than the global temperature anomaly of August 1880, then the global temperature anomaly of August 1868 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

July 1868.

On the13th of October 1999, the gobal temperature anomaly of July 1868 was +0·29ºC, and the global temperature anomaly of July 1880 was -0·14ºC, such that on the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomaly of July 1868 was 0·43ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of July 1880. If the global temperature anomaly of July 1868 is always 0·43ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of July 1880, then the global temperature anomaly of July 1868 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

June 1868.

On the13th of October 1999, the gobal temperature anomaly of June 1868 was -0·15ºC, and the global temperature anomaly of June 1880 was -0·40ºC, such that on the 13th of October 1999 the global temperature anomaly of June 1868 was 0·25ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of June 1880. If the global temperature anomaly of June 1868 is always 0·25ºC higher than the global temperature anomaly of June 1880, then the global temperature anomaly of June 1868 is currently what number of degrees centigrade?

May 1868

On the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomaly of May 1868 was -0·27ºC, and on the 26th of January 2001, it was +0·07ºC, such that on the 26th of January 2001, it was 0·34ºC higher than on the 13th of  October 1999.

April 1868.

On the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomaly of April 1868 was -0·55ºC, and on the 26th of January 2001, it was +0·09ºC, such that on the 26th of January 2001, it was 0·64ºC higher than on the 13th of  October 1999.

March 1868.

On the 13th of October 1999, the global temperature anomaly of March 1868 was ±0·00ºC, and on the 26th of January 2001, it was +0·32ºC, such that on the 26th of January 2001, it was 0·32ºC higher than on the 13th of  October 1999.

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

February 1868.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of February 1868 was 0·04ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999.

January 1868.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of January 1868 was 0·48ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999.

December 1867.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of December 1867 was 0·47ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999.

November 1867.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of November 1867 was 0·38ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999.

October 1867.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of October 1867 was 0·70ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999.

September 1867.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of September 1867 was 0·37ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999.

August 1867.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of August 1867 was 0·31ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999.

July 1867

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of July 1867 was 0·12ºC lower than it was on the 13th of October 1999.

June 1867.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of June 1867 was 0·15ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999.

April 1867. NasaGistemp. “Meteorological stations only”.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of April 1867 was 0·60ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999.

March 1867. NasaGistemp. “Meteorological stations only”.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of March 1867 was 0·12ºC lower than it was on the 13th of October 1999

February 1867. NasaGistemp. “Meteorological stations only”.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of February 1867 was 0·19ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999

January 1867. NasaGisTemp. “Meteorological stations only°.

On the 26th of January 2001, the global temperature anomaly of January 1867 was 0·35ºC higher than it was on the 13th of October 1999

October 1897. NasaGisTemp. “Meteorological stations only”.

During some time in October 2010, the global temperature anomaly of October 1897 was 0·34ºC higher than it was during some time in June 2006.

September 1897. NasaGisTemp. “Meteorological stations only”.

For some time during October 2010, the global temperature anomaly of September 1897 was 0·23ºC higher than it was for some time during June 2006.

August 1897. NasaGisTemp. “Meteorological stations only”.

For some time during October 2010, the global temperature anomaly of August 1897 was 0·15ºC higher than it was for some time during June 2006.

July 1897. NasaGisTemp. “Meteorological stations only”.

For some time during June 2006, the global temperature anomaly of July 1897 was 0·15ºC less than than global temperature anomaly for January 1880, and for some time during March 2017, it was 0·69ºC more than the global temperature anomaly for January 1880.

June 1897. HadCrut4 and others.

(1) According to CRU, for some time during May 2013, the global temperature anomaly for June 1897 was -0·158ºC, and for some time during March 2017, it was -0·162ºC. 

(2) According to NasaGisTemp, for some time during  June 2006, the global temperatre anomaly for June 1897 was -0·28ºC, and for some time during March 2017, it was -0·21ºC.

(3). According to NOAA, for some time during November 2016, the global land temperature anomaly for June 1897 was -0·2242ºC,  and for some time during  March 2017, it was -0·2269ºC 

May 1897. HadCrut4 and others.

(1) According to CRU, for some time during May 2013, the global temperature anomaly for May 1897 was -0·027ºC, and for some time during March 2017, it was -0·034ºC. 

(2) According to NasaGisTemp, for some time during  June 2006, the global temperatre anomaly for May 1897 was -0·06ºC, and for some time during March 2017, it was -0·29ºC.

(3). According to NOAA, for some time during November 2016, the global land temperature anomaly for May 1897 was +0·0081ºC,  and for some time during  March 2017, it was +0·0098ºC. 

Monday, 20 March 2017

April 1897. Hadcrut4 and others.

(1). HadCrut4, as per CRU. 
For some time during May 2013, the global temperature anomaly for April 1897 was -0·061ºC, and for some time during March 2017, the global temperature anomaly for April 1897 was -0·073ºC. 

(2). “Meteorological stations only”, as per NasaGisTemp.
For some time during  June 2006, the global temperatre anomaly for April 1897 was +0·08ºC, and for some time during March 2017, the global temperature anomaly for April 1897 was -0·14ºC.

(3). “Global land temperature anomalies”, as per NOAA.
For some time during November 2016, the global land temperature anomaly for April 1897 was -0·0395ºC,  and for some time during  March 2017, the global land temperature anomaly for April 1897 was -0·0371ºC. 

March 1897. Hadcrut4 and others.

(1). HadCrut4, as per CRU. 
First claim (May 2013):- The Global temperature anomaly for March 1897 is -0·272ºC. Second claim (March 2017):- The global temperature anomaly for March 1897 is -0·274ºC. Therefore at least one of these two claims must be some number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low, must it not? For example, if the global temperature anomaly for March 1897 is +88ºC, then the first claim is 88·272ºC too low, is it not? On the other hand, if the global temperature anomaly for March 1897 is -88ºC, then second claim is 87·726ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for March 1897 is neither +88ºC nor -88ºC, 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?

(2). “Our traditional analysis using only meteorological station data”, as per NasaGisTemp.
First claim (June 2006):- The global temperatre anomaly for March 1897 is -0·35ºC. Second claim (March 2017):- The global temperature anomaly for March 1897 is -0·34ºC.

(3). “Global land temperature anomalies”, as per NOAA.
First claim (November 2016):- The global land temperature anomaly for March 1897 is -0·9816ºC. Second claim (March 2017):- The global land temperature anomaly for March 1897 is -1·0041ºC.

February 1897. HadCrut4 and others.

(1). HadCrut4, as per CRU. 
First claim (May 2013):- The Global temperature anomaly for February 1897 is -0·128ºC. Second claim (March 2017):- The global temperature anomaly for February 1897 is -0·126ºC. Therefore at least one of these two claims must be some number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low, must it not? For example, if the global temperature anomaly for February 1897 is +43ºC, then the first claim is 43·128ºC too low, is it not? On the other hand, if the global temperature anomaly for February 1897 is -43ºC, then second claim is 42·874ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for February 1897 is neither +43ºC nor -43ºC, 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?

(2). “Our traditional analysis using only meteorological station data”, as per NasaGisTemp.
First claim (June 2006):- The global temperatre anomaly for February 1897 is -0·29ºC. Second claim (March 2017):- The global temperature anomaly for February 1897 is -0·52ºC.

(3). “Global land temperature anomalies”, as per NOAA.
First claim (November 2016):- The global land temperature anomaly for February 1897 is -0·5406ºC. Second claim (March 2017):- The global land temperature anomaly for February 1897 is -0·5440ºC.

January 1897. HadCrut4 and others.

(1). HadCrut4, as per CRU. 
First claim (May 2013):- The Global temperature anomaly for January 1897 is -0·207ºC. Second claim (March 2017):- The global temperature anomaly for January 1897 is -0·200ºC. Therefore at least one of these two claims must be some number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low, must it not? For example, if the global temperature anomaly for January 1897 is +30ºC, then the first claim is 30·207ºC too low, is it not? On the other hand, if the global temperature anomaly for January 1897 is -30ºC, then second claim is 29·800ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for January 1897 is neither +30ºC nor -30ºC, 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?

(2). “Our traditional analysis using only meteorological station data”, as per NasaGisTemp.
First claim (June 2006):- The global temperatre anomaly for January 1897 is -0·13ºC. Second claim (March 2017):- The global temperature anomaly for January 1897 is -0·29ºC.

(3). “Global land temperature anomalies”, as per NOAA.
First claim (November 2016):- The global land temperature anomaly for January 1897 is -0·6829ºC. Second claim (March 2017):- The global land temperature anomaly for January 1897 is -0·7128ºC.



Sunday, 19 March 2017

December 1896. HadCrut4 and others.

In connection with HadCrut4:- In May 2013, the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1896 was -0·031ºC, and in March 2017, CRU claimed, that it was -0·030ºC. Therefore, at least one of these two claims is some number of degrees centigrade too high, or too low, is it not? For example, if the global temperature anomaly for December 1896 is +3ºC, then the earlier claim is 3·031ºC too low, is it not? On the other hand, if the global temperature anomaly for Deceber 1896 is -3ºC, then the later claim is 2·97ºC too high, is it not? If the global temperature anomaly for December 1896 is neither +3ºC nor -3ºC, then the earlier claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too low, or too high, and the later claim is what number of degrees centigrade? too high, or to low?

In connection with “Our traditional analysis using only meteorological station data”:- In June 2006, NasaGisTemp claimed, that the global temperature anomaly for December 1896 was -0·14ºC, and in March 2017, NasaGisTemp claimed, that it was -0·23ºC.

In connection with “Global Land Temperature Anomalies”:- In November 2016, NOAA claimed, that the anomaly for December 1896 was -0·1322ºC, and March 2017, NOAA claimed, that it was -0·1523ºC.