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No solar heat.Why isn't the ocean transferring huge amounts of heat from the earth? Why doesn't the ocean have a much higher average temp, like land does? Most of the ocean volume temp is close to 32 degrees F. Why does it remain so cool, relative to the warm cradle it resides in?
No, it's all good. It makes more rain.Evaporation must be a terrible thing to waste.
Can you make one like this one?Umm. Not here so I'm suspecting our region doesn't get counted in the statistics.
It is indeed. The perpetrators of the fraud have even admitted it:Wait, I know, it's a huge conspiracy.
The key to that clever animated chart is the fine print at the bottom:Can you make one like this one?
You cannot win here.This July and August were the hottest months on record." Even if it's true...so what?
Yep, the conspiracy. I should have known.It is indeed. The perpetrators of the fraud have even admitted it:
Scientists have admitted it:
And here's just one example of the level of fraud involved.
The key to that clever animated chart is the fine print at the bottom:
"based on data from the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies."Those guys would lie about what they had for lunch.
that's a fallacy where people without a good understanding of math typically fail.But then we can't even accurately predict rain with 100 percent certainty 72 hours out.
I was questioning your data. I think your thermometer is broken.And that means what exactly?
Nope, just average for the planet.It was warmer where ever that graph represents therefore it was hot everywhere?
It must be a frustrating job to collect all that data and then have somebody "cheat you out of it."The analysis by the GISS team is assembled from publicly available data acquired by about 6,300 meteorological stations around the world, ship- and buoy-based instruments measuring sea surface temperature, and Antarctic research stations.
No. The hottest day we had here this summer was 100 - 103 F. The hottest day there has been in my area in my lifetime was around 108 F and the hottest recorded was in the state was 126 F back in 1936I was questioning your data. I think your thermometer is broken.
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