It’s colder in Russia in October than in September

Or at least it should be, unless you’re a global warming alarmist. Then it’s okay to use September temperatures for missing October observations.

That’s what the Investor’s Business Daily editorial Cold, Hard Facts reports happened. Really.

The editorial is based on Steve McIntyre’s research, reported on his site Climate Audit in the post Did Napoleon Use Hansen’s Temperature Data?

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