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    Quote Originally Posted by djones520 View Post
    So that 20 year trend from the 80's to 2000 is whats largely pointed at.
    Who is doing the pointing at 1980 to 2000? Not me.

    40 years prior to that we have cooling. Where is that 30 year trend?
    1940 to 1980 looks like a flat or slightly increasing temperature trend:

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Night Owl View Post
    Who is doing the pointing at 1980 to 2000? Not me.



    1940 to 1980 looks like a flat or slightly increasing temperature trend:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...ure_Record.png
    But what does a 1935 to 1980 trend look like???

    The problem is that the AGW crowd cherry picked the time frames to create the impression that we are in a dire circumstance that was brought on by man. The longer and more relevant trends show no such thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Constitutionally Speaking View Post
    The last 10 years - but that is not really statistically relevant either. But THIS is.
    I know that the warming over the past 10 years is not statistically significant. I brought it up to refute your assertion that the temperature trend of the past 10 years shows cooling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Night Owl View Post
    I know that the warming over the past 10 years is not statistically significant. I brought it up to refute your assertion that the temperature trend of the past 10 years shows cooling.
    It does, but any change over periods of even several hundred - or even several thousand years is also irrelevant.

    The video I posted provides a quick overview of the longer term picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Night Owl View Post
    I know that the warming over the past 10 years is not statistically significant. I brought it up to refute your assertion that the temperature trend of the past 10 years shows cooling.
    Do you think it might just have something to do with sun spots?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Night Owl View Post
    I know that the warming over the past 10 years is not statistically significant. I brought it up to refute your assertion that the temperature trend of the past 10 years shows cooling.

    My "cooling" comment was in response to another short term warming claim.
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    I know that the warming over the past FIFTEEN years is not statistically significant
    Tell the truth.

    Jones said FIFTEEN years. Not ten.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonnabend View Post
    Tell the truth.

    Jones said FIFTEEN years. Not ten.
    I was speaking in response to CS's statement in post #28.
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    I can just see Jones at his doctoral dissertation:

    Dr. Jones, could you show me your raw data???

    UMMM, no, I do not have it, my dog ate the data. I did draw the correct conclusion, trust me.
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    I was speaking in response to CS's statement in post #28.
    And you distorted the facts.

    FIFTEEN years, and he said the planet hasnt wamred hence there is no global warming.

    Game over.
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