Originally Posted by W*GS
Why don't you write the provider and ask him?
The provider was Hansen (and his colleagues):
Long ago, in the 90's, before 1934 retroactively cooled itself.
So I'll reiterate. Why does 1934 look so much cooler in his 'adjusted' data than it did prior to 2000?
Although Hansen's projected global temperature increase has been higher than the actual global warming, this is because his climate model used a high climate sensitivity parameter. Had he used the currently accepted value of approximately 3°C warming for a doubling of atmospheric CO2, Hansen would have correctly projected the ensuing global warming.
So essentially what you're saying is that if Brother Hansen's model had only known what was going to happen and used those numbers, it would've been able to predict what actually happened.