Guest Post by Werner Brozek, Commentary By Walter Dnes, Edited by Just The Facts:
The WoodForTrees Index (WTI) is a combination of surface data sets HadCRUT3 and GISS, as well as the satellite data sets RSS and UAH (version 5.5). All four must be present to produce the WTI. As can be seen in the graph above, three of the data sets go to August. However Hadcrut3 has not been updated since May, 2014. As a result, WTI has not been updated since then.
There are some who claim cherry picking when a particular data set is chosen, e.g. RSS to demonstrate the length of the Pause, thus the WTI offers a good average of data sets to address this criticism. Up to May, 2014, the WTI showed a very slight negative slope from January 2001. And…
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