OK, Mr. Nasa knows og de gamle er eldst. Som vanlig bare prat, ikke noe arbeid, se her;http://web.archive.org/web/20090714153734/http://www.uah.edu/news/newsread.php?newsID=60
Dette er en pressemelding fra Christy og Spencer, du kan lese den selv, men stikkordsmessig kan det hevdes at det er mulig NASA vet hvor satellittene er, men Christy og Spencer visste det ikke, før Carl A. Mears og Frank J. Wentz fortalte de det, hvem bør få sparken?
Spørsmål 1, hvem fant det ut;
"This work helps us produce a climate record that is even more reliable than it has been," said Dr. John Christy, director of UAH's Earth System Science Center."
"The research published this week by Mears et al includes an RSS satellite dataset showing a...."
"The puzzle that Mears and Wentz solved was why climate data gathered by microwave sounding units..."
Spørsmål 2, hva er problemet;
Sitat Christy og Spencer;
"These satellites are launched into a pole-to-pole orbit that carries them over the equator at the same local time each day. Over time, however, the satellites tend to drift eastward. Over a period of several years this drift causes each satellite to go over the sunny side of the Earth later and later in the afternoon, so the air temperatures it "sees" are at first warmer and then progressively cooler.
To correct for these false signals, the UAH team developed a technique using parts of the data collected earlier and later in the day.
As each satellite orbits from pole to pole, its temperature sensor spins around a north-south axis every 25 seconds. It takes eleven temperature "snapshots" along a wide west-to-east swath each time that spin turns the sensor toward the Earth's surface.
On the daylight side of the globe that means the first low-angle readings from each spin look westward at a part of the globe that is earlier in the day than the point directly under the satellite, while the last part of each scan looks toward the east at an area that is slightly later in the day.
(Think of a satellite going south-to-north along the Rocky Mountains in the Mountain Time Zone at noon. The first readings on the west side might pick up part of the Pacific Time Zone at 11 a.m., while the last readings on the east might see part of the Central Time Zone at 1 p.m.) "
Og dette førte så til UAHv5.2 som økte trenden med 40 %.
Og vist faen blir jeg hissig hvis du mener hva jeg tror med denne påstanden;
"Jeg ser du blir hissig fordi man påpeker at Mears bruker sirkulære argument i sin CO2-fanatisme og justerer utfra det."
Mener du i fullt alvor at Mears benytter IPCC's klimamodeller for fremtidig oppvarming som følge av CO2 utslipp, til å justere satellittene?