Can We Trust Satellite Temperatures?

January 13, 2016

In case anyone was wondering where I’ve been, this has been in the oven for the last few days.

In coming days, we will hear announcements from NASA, NOAA and others that
2015 was the hottest year in the modern instrumental record.
There will be pushback from the likes of climate denier Ted Cruz, who
uses a misreading of satellite temperature data to claim, as he did
on Seth Meyer’s show – “no warming in 18  years”

This is the story of how that distortion came to be.

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83 Responses to “Can We Trust Satellite Temperatures?”


  1. […] Mann, Kevin Trenberth, and Ben Santer – have evidently decided to do is participate in a video project funded by an climate activist foundation whose chief aim is to cast doubt on the satellite […]


  2. […] to prove it they’ve come up with a glossy new video starring such entirely trustworthy and not at all biased climate experts as Michael “Hockey […]


  3. […] to prove it they’ve come up with a glossy new video starring such entirely trustworthy and not at all biased climate experts as Michael “Hockey […]


  4. […] to prove it they’ve come up with a glossy new video starring such entirely trustworthy and not at all biased climate experts as Michael “Hockey […]


  5. […] to prove it they’ve come up with a glossy new video starring such entirely trustworthy and not at all biased climate experts as Michael “Hockey […]


  6. […] to doložili, přišli se zbrusu novým videem, ve kterém vystupují tak bezvýhradně důvěryhodní a […]

  7. Dee Bee Says:

    Hmm. Hide the decline is a valid badge because of satellite data. Fast forward and satellite data cannot be trusted. In the end it is all entropy


  8. […] invite readers to view this great video created by Peter Sinclair which includes interviews from many real experts who discuss this very […]


  9. […] Peter Sinclair made a video for Yale Climate Communications, featuring commentary from Michael Mann, Ben Santer, Kevin Trenberth, Andrew Dessler and Carl Mears. […]


  10. […] Lord Christopher Monckton.  This time, the unlucky recipient is Peter Sinclair, creator of the video I publicized in my last post about how the scientist responsible for producing the RSS satellite […]


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