Not the hottest ever June, 1998 was hotter and so was most of the last half billion years


By: - Climate DepotJuly 3, 2019 11:45 AM

http://joannenova.com.au/2019/07/not-the-hottest-ever-june-1998-was-hotter-and-so-was-most-of-the-holocene/

Not the hottest ever June, 1998 was hotter and so was most of the last half billion years
But who doesn’t love using junk data to create a fake scare?

Another pound of panic with cherry picked data measured on junk equipment and adjusted by secret methods.

June 2019 was the hottest ever recorded on Earth: European satellite agency

New data released Tuesday found the average temperature in Europe for June 2019 was higher than any other June on record.

According to the data, the average temperature in June was more than 2 C above normal.

Earth is 4.5 billion years old and we’ve “recorded” 1 part in 35 million of the total climate history of Earth. It’s not only not the hottest on Earth ever, it’s not even the hottest in the last thirty years, according to UAH satellite data. Thanks to Roy Spencer.

June 1998 was hotter (and 16 other months) and thousands upon thousands of years

Since 1979 fully 17 months have been hotter than this last June, and if we had had satellites for 10,000 years, we’d have found thousands of Junes hotter than today. Even without satellites there is no respectable climate scientist on Earth who would argue that temperatures weren’t hotter than this for most of life on Earth.

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