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Old January 9th, 2018, 07:29 PM   #91
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So you admit you aren’t posting science, you are posting your unsupportable opinion.
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IT admits to nothing and neither does TS. What does LG admit to?
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Old January 10th, 2018, 12:38 AM   #93
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So you admit you aren’t posting science, you are posting your unsupportable opinion.
...so says the apparent troll who proclaims, "when the MOE is 2X greater than the claimed warming there is no credible way to claim warming is happening"...and then doesn't provide any mathematical proof whatsoever to support said unsupported opinion.

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Old January 10th, 2018, 01:35 AM   #94
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I lived in Las Vegas for two years in the early 1990's and spent two winters there. Now, it never snowed there, but it got COLD at night. Down in the 30s. Las Vegas is not tropically warm all year and if you go now, pack a sweater and a jacket. It gets cold in a "hot desert" in winter. So to me, it isn't much of a stretch that the Sahara would have snow, but why does the Sahara even exist?

I would like to know scientifically why the Sahara Desert exists. To me it shouldn't since there is the Atlantic on one end, and no mountains or land barriers keeping rain from coming, like in deserts in the USA with the Rockies. Australia is a head scratcher too. Basically a huge tropical island. Why isn't it a jungle like Indonesia or New Guinea?

Africa only looks like Tarzan country in a small area. Me Tarzan, you Jane.
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Old January 10th, 2018, 06:32 AM   #95
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...so says the apparent troll who proclaims, "when the MOE is 2X greater than the claimed warming there is no credible way to claim warming is happening"...and then doesn't provide any mathematical proof whatsoever to support said unsupported opinion.

Already provided earlier in the thread. You seem to be ignorant about the details of the “science”you are pushing.
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Old January 10th, 2018, 11:52 AM   #96
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I lived in Las Vegas for two years in the early 1990's and spent two winters there. Now, it never snowed there, but it got COLD at night. Down in the 30s. Las Vegas is not tropically warm all year and if you go now, pack a sweater and a jacket. It gets cold in a "hot desert" in winter. So to me, it isn't much of a stretch that the Sahara would have snow, but why does the Sahara even exist?

I would like to know scientifically why the Sahara Desert exists. To me it shouldn't since there is the Atlantic on one end, and no mountains or land barriers keeping rain from coming, like in deserts in the USA with the Rockies. Australia is a head scratcher too. Basically a huge tropical island. Why isn't it a jungle like Indonesia or New Guinea?

Africa only looks like Tarzan country in a small area. Me Tarzan, you Jane.
There are prevailing east to west winds bringing all kinds of clouds and atmospheric moisture, but as you said, either there are no mountains, or where they are they are sufficiently high that either moisture laden air isn't raised to the cooler temps at higher altitudes which would make drops condense and fall. If the mountains are too high, that happens, but to an extent that the rain all falls on the mountains. I haven't looked for a long time, but I'm relatively sure there are no mountains there.

It must be ten or fifteen years ago I read that a scientist proposed putting bigly huge black polyethylene plastic on the ground hoping that it would induce sufficient thermal currents to move the moisture laden air high enough to do the trick.

Some environmental group objected because they feared large scale changes that would mess up the ecology and I don't think anything was ever done.
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Well, only in your apparent delusions.

In fact, no such mathematical proof could possibly exist since the uncertainty of the calculated global temperature anomaly is not a mathematical function of the calculated global temperature anomaly. And, neither is the calculated global temperature anomaly a mathematical function of the uncertainty of the calculated global temperature anomaly. Indeed, the calculated temperature anomaly value and associated calculated uncertainty given by NOAA and other such climate researching bodies are determined using entirely separate equations which have no mathematical impact on each other whatsoever. Thus, the likelihood (or "credibility") of the calculated global temperature anomaly being true is not mathematically dependent upon the magnitude of the calculated global temperature anomaly, as you claim it is.


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Already provided earlier in the thread. You seem to be ignorant about the details of the “science”you are pushing.
If the MOE is 1 degree you cannot determine measurements in 0.1 increments.

That is what was proven.
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If the MOE is 1 degree you cannot determine measurements in 0.1 increments.

That is what was proven.
A simple concept well beyond the cognitive skills of simpletons.
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Scientists all around the world have been caught rounding up the numbers. ,01 here and ,02 there. Its not a conspiracy ( although they have been caught in that too), more like it is just a bias that is permeating the community. Keep those grants and funding going. Keep that cushy little research job funded.
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