Climate Change–Hardscrabble Farmer’s Scientific Study, by Hardscrabble Farmer

It’s often not too difficult to poke holes in official climate studies. From Hardscrabble Farmer at theburningplatform.com:

So I’ve been running my own little climate science study for the past eight and half months. I began it from my bed in the weeks after the surgery by taking notes about the weather (observation) and keeping records on the average daily temperature as recorded by my digital weather station mounted 20′ above the ground on our windmill. The way we record “average daily temperature” is to take the temperature every hour for a full 24 hours and- well you know how to average something. I also kept track of the weather and daily average temperature as reported by our closest network affiliate in the nearest city, Manchester, NH.

Here’s a couple of quick observations apropos of nothing.

1) Canada geese flocks have returned prior to their southern migration during the first week of August. In ten years I have not see a single Canada goose before September, never mind migratory flocks.

 

One response to “Climate Change–Hardscrabble Farmer’s Scientific Study, by Hardscrabble Farmer

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