Tipping point at GISS? Land and sea weight out of balance

Tipping point at GISS? Land and sea weight out of balance. Anthony Watts gives us Frank Lanser’s ill-informed assumptions about how GISS integrates land and sea temperature readings and hopes we’ll bite.

Frank maintains that GISS uses a land weighting of 67%, which is the reverse of the land/ocean ratio. They’re lying! Aussie dunce Joanne Nova is in enthusiastic agreement with Frank’s stunning discovery.

Except Frank, Joanne and Anthony have no clue what they’re talking about. Zeke explains it to them in mostly small words.

One thought on “Tipping point at GISS? Land and sea weight out of balance

  1. Pingback: GISS land and sea ratios revisited « Wott's Up With That?

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