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Watch: Climatologist Dr. John Christy to Congress: NOAA data shows downward trend of extreme high temps since 1930s


Testifying before Congress, atmospheric scientist Dr John Christy illustrates that NOAA’s own data clearly shows that many more 100 degree days occurred in the 1930’s than today.

Dr. Christy: “When you look at the United States record of extreme high temperatures you do not see an upward trend at all. In fact, it’s slightly downward. That does fly in the face of climate model projections.”

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US House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
February 2, 2016

Christy’s full testimony here.

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