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10 hours ago.
by Stillhere
harryanderson
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Thankfully, the anti-science propaganda campaign surrounding man-made climate change seems to have lost some of its effect.

Are you seeing storm clouds on the horizon? Two recent studies suggest that the latest anti-science campaign is following its forerunners--the propaganda campaigns attempting to refute science that tobacco causes cancer, that CFC's caused the hole in the ozone layer, and so on—into oblivion. Global warming denial seems to have climbed to a peak in 2010, and global warming acceptance is now climbing. This bodes well for rational public policy.

 
 

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Stillhere

OUCH!

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

(PhysOrg****) -- Half of the globe has warmed at least one half of one degree Fahrenheit (0.3 C) in the past 30 years, while half of that -- a full quarter of the globe -- warmed at least one full degree Fahrenheit (0.6 C), according to Dr. John Christy, a professor of atmospheric science and director of the Earth System Science Center (ESSC) at The University of Alabama in Huntsville.

So if the admitted margin of error is greater than the supposed warming isn't that a problem for your warming ilk?

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

So if the margin of error from NASSA Goddard institute is a full 1 C for recent years and 2 C for years "around" 1900 how can we have any confidence in a .04C rise in 2014??????

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

Lol your getting a little desperate harry

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

There is some Schooling for you Harry

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

Q. How accurate are the GISS results (tables, graphs)? A. The GISS results are really estimates based on the available data. Accurate error estimates are hard to obtain. However, it is likely that the largest contribution to the margin of error is given by the temporal and spatial data gaps. That particular margin was estimated as follows: All computations were first made replacing the observed data by complete model data. Then the calculations were repeated after discarding model data where the corresponding observations were missing. Comparisons of the two results were used to obtain an estimate for that margin of error. Assuming that the other inaccuracies might about double that estimate yielded the error bars for global annual means drawn in this graph, i.e., for recent years the error bar for global annual means is about ±0.05°C, for years around 1900 it is about ±0.1°C. NASSA WEBSITE

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

You simply move on to another piece of propaganda and forget your earlier posts lololol

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

You post that as truth yet its NOT

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

And what of 2014 being the warmest year?

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

Nice to finally show you for what you are, pay close attention when the Local republican HARRY avoids the data and prefers to post leftist propaganda

Posted 219 days ago.

harryanderson

Go to the ocean heat charts I posted, and click on "show error bars."

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

Those terrestrial temps have a margin of error no?

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

But admitted margin of error is greater than the supposed rise in temps, do you deny this?? LOL

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

what a fraud you are, how about the margin of error HARRY???

Posted 219 days ago.

harryanderson

I'm encouraged that the oceans are storing the excess heat energy. It gives us time to figure out how to use it. It shouldn't be too difficult to draw heat from the ocean.

Like Rex Tillerson, head of Exxon-Mobile, has said, "(Global warming) is an engineering problem with an engineering solution.” He called it “manageable.”

Posted 219 days ago.

harryanderson

In the last few days, we’ve only been discussing atmospheric temperatures. That’s ridiculous, since the “globe” in global warming includes much more than the atmosphere. The ocean alone has 264 times the mass of the atmosphere, and therefore can store much more heat. In fact, Scientific American reports:

“Scientists estimate that every square meter of the planet has received between 0.5 to 1 watt (an average light bulb emits 60 watts of heat) of excess energy in the last few decades. And more than 90 percent of that energy has entered the oceans and warmed them.”

htt p://ww w.scientificamerican.co m/article/mystery-of-ocean-heat-deepens-as-climate-changes/

And NOAA just updated their global ocean heat content charts. They show the ocean heating up steadily.

ht tp://ww w.nodc.noaa.gov/OC5/3M_HEAT_CONTENT/index1.html

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

Harry? NASSA data and accuracy??? Any interest? Or do we just post propoganda headlines these days?

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

For a person that claims to be "about the science" I find it odd that HARRY won't defend the report he posted!

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

Still don't want to discuss margins of error and NASSA/NOAA data?

Posted 219 days ago.

Stillhere

Harry likes to point out when one misspells a word etc, clearly demonstrating his superiority.

Posted 219 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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