Author Archives: Peter O'Neill

GHCN-M adjustment samples: (1xx) Africa

This post is intended to supplement the main post Wanderings of a Marseille January 1978 temperature, according to GHCN-M, which should be read first. An explanation for the choice of January 1978 will be found in that post. This is … Continue reading

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Wanderings of a Marseille January 1978 temperature, according to GHCN-M

This post will be updated from time to time as further GHCN-M data is archived. Last updated December 17th 2015 (plots brought up to date to December 10th) Temperatures quoted by NOAA and others are “what would have been measured … Continue reading

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Through Giant Green Goggles

Green goggles are somewhat akin to beer goggles, but the wearer sees what he or she wants to see rather than reality. A frequent synptom of the green glass wearer is a willingness to accept at face value and redistribute … Continue reading

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Irish Alarmists Once Again

Unsurprisingly, I can report that John Gibbons, having blocked me on Twitter to avoid having his Twitter followers accidentally exposed to “heresy” (my posts Twitter exchange with John Gibbons and An explanation of the “percentigrade” error which even John Gibbons should … Continue reading

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An explanation of the “percentigrade” error which even John Gibbons should be able to understand

Or, taking a sledgehammer to crack a nut – apologies for overkill but weaning Mr Gibbons from some of the tenets of his faith must be much like driving a stake through the heart of a vampire – I don’t … Continue reading

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Twitter exchange with John Gibbons

In view of John’s reputation for blocking critical comments (and deleting embarrassing past blog posts) I am taking the precaution of archiving the exchange here for the benefit of any of his more curious followers who may wonder what came … Continue reading

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Temperature Adjustments In The Canadian Arctic – some supplementary information for a comment

This post extends a comment posted at https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2015/02/08/temperature-adjustments-in-the-canadian-arctic/ While Paul Homewood’s post deals with GHCN adjustments, this comment examines the influence of one of these Canadian Arctic stations, Eureka, on the Gistemp gridded output. As station coverage in the northern … Continue reading

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Our urban fox

A regular nightly visitor now. Does not seem to be the same one who followed us home.

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Nalle made a new and unexpected friend tonight

He or she followed us from Lidl (about 650 m, but 45 min this time with all the playful darting around) right to the front door (literally – looked in after us when we went in). Very playful, came within … Continue reading

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Code shortcut problem example

Example: entering in text mode Code section shown here now has HTML entities substituted. See screenshots to follow history. Another problem noticed with the code button in text mode on the new editor – gave instead of [ and ] … Continue reading

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