Andrew Dessler, a climate researcher at Texas A&M University, says he is skeptical of the satellite data’s reliability. “As far as the data go, I don’t really trust the satellite data. While satellites clearly have some advantages over the surface thermometer record, such as better sampling, measuring temperature from a satellite is actually an incredibly difficult problem. That’s why, every few years, another big problem in the UAH temperature calculation is discovered. And, when these problems are fixed, the trend always goes up,” he said via email.
Yea, like 0.001 degrees.
The greatest warming has been in the Arctic.
Well let’s have a quick peek at Dessler’s surface data, which tells us that the greatest warming has been in the Arctic.
Note: Gray areas signify missing data.
(Missing data – like the Arctic) ROFLMAO