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Old 06-08-2019, 19:38   #721
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yep the same adjustment of the numbers in the recent past
You really do not get it, do you?

https://judithcurry.com/2014/07/07/u...perature-data/

https://judithcurry.com/2015/02/09/b...perature-data/

https://judithcurry.com/2015/02/22/u...ervation-bias/
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what was the annual temp anomaly for each of the last 20 years .

You can't cherry pick a specific month at preach end and claim a trend doesn't work that way .
If you are trying to make a point, make it.

You have the UAH data set. Do the math yourself.
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We're saying the same thing. I got it, and get it (mostly). I'm moving along here to the makeup of the excess atmospheric CO2 that is man-made and, as you say, puts the system out of balance. The assumption is that it is all from fossil fuels, but what about all the human-produced excess that may not be fossil-fuel derived?

Presumably the fossil fuel age produced a lot more CO2 than just what was produced from burning fossil fuels alone, or is this an incorrect assumption?
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If you are trying to make a point, make it.

You have the UAH data set. Do the math yourself.
wrong
your assertion your math homework
Unless you don't want to make my point for me about the declining rise in the trend .
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That graph matches just about every other global temperature map. It shows the 1940 - 1970 cooling that resulted from the war and post-war boom, followed by increased warming as a result of the enactment of the Clean Air Acts.

..and the 1930's being very hot.



You seem to be over analyzing.
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Excellent work! 87% of all human C02 from fossil fuel burning. I figured you were just pretending not to understand what I was asking about before. Silly me for thinking you just weren't catching on. Of course, this means that when you make all those personal sacrifices to cut back on your own carbon footprint it won't be wasted from all that concrete production.

Hey, have you taken the ProTruth Pledge? It's just above SkepticalScience's course on making sense of climate science denial! I was going to do it but I only have Rocky-the-Bulldog around the house tonight and he refused to be a witness. Dumb dog's probably been reading one of those climate denial aggregator sites again.
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wrong
your assertion your math homework
Unless you don't want to make my point for me about the declining rise in the trend .
You are claiming it is cooling, not me.
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You are claiming it is cooling, not me.
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Looks to be cooling to me
Perhaps you are more accepting of weather underground
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See an opthamologist. Then read the article.

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The five warmest years on record are the now past five years—2016, 2015, 2017, 2018, and 2014, in that order.
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Looks to be cooling to me
Perhaps you are more accepting of weather underground
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Most global heat records are set during or just after El Niño events, which bring warm undersea water to the surface across much of the tropical Pacific, thus warming the atmosphere above. This July’s record is especially striking because it occurred during a weak to marginal El Niño event.
https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/Eu...t-Month-Record
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See an opthamologist. Then read the article.
yep warmest to coolest of the last 5

2016, 2015, 2017, 2018, and 2014,
16 was the warmest , 15 was cooler, 17 cooler, 18 cooler and I bet 19 will be cooler than 18 as well when its all said and done . As in it is cooling .

Do you need stronger glasses?
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yes you can read what a your point July 2019 was the 4th warmest in 41 years
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we already debunked the European claims of July being warmest on record .

yes you can read what a your point July 2019 was the 4th warmest in 41 years
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When you guys solve this, could you let the rest of us know? Thanks!
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When you guys solve this, could you let the rest of us know? Thanks!
Sounds like the data is all too susceptible to cherry-picking, at least over shorter periods of time (5 years). Or longer periods of time when it comes to sea level as we saw earlier (100 years). Or maybe medium-length periods of time too (? years), or maybe . . . .
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