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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2016 12:15 
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I can't for the life of me make sense out of that. YTD mean anomaly vs annual mean anomaly? What does it mean that 2015 is sitting at 1.1/1.1? Why is 2016 predication a green vertical line in the distance?

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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I can't for the life of me make sense out of that. YTD mean anomaly vs annual mean anomaly? What does it mean that 2015 is sitting at 1.1/1.1? Why is 2016 predication a green vertical line in the distance?

The pattern is so unreadable, you might as well draw in a chain of fox heads on sticks.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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I can't for the life of me make sense out of that. YTD mean anomaly vs annual mean anomaly? What does it mean that 2015 is sitting at 1.1/1.1? Why is 2016 predication a green vertical line in the distance?

The pattern is so unreadable, you might as well draw in a chain of fox heads on sticks.


The pattern is incredibly obvious, I just can't tell what the pattern is meant to demonstrate.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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I can't for the life of me make sense out of that. YTD mean anomaly vs annual mean anomaly? What does it mean that 2015 is sitting at 1.1/1.1? Why is 2016 predication a green vertical line in the distance?

The pattern is so unreadable, you might as well draw in a chain of fox heads on sticks.


The pattern is incredibly obvious, I just can't tell what the pattern is meant to demonstrate.

Not a Brasseye fan then.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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It was the better part of 20 years ago. I can just about remember what I had for breakfast this morning.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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I can't for the life of me make sense out of that. YTD mean anomaly vs annual mean anomaly? What does it mean that 2015 is sitting at 1.1/1.1? Why is 2016 predication a green vertical line in the distance?

The pattern is so unreadable, you might as well draw in a chain of fox heads on sticks.


And if you do that, the word 'cruelty' starts to flash.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2016 13:21 
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I can't for the life of me make sense out of that. YTD mean anomaly vs annual mean anomaly? What does it mean that 2015 is sitting at 1.1/1.1? Why is 2016 predication a green vertical line in the distance?

The pattern is so unreadable, you might as well draw in a chain of fox heads on sticks.


The pattern is incredibly obvious, I just can't tell what the pattern is meant to demonstrate.

Bro, do you even chart?


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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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Shocking stuff in Paris. But another commitment to the cause as a result.
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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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That is great

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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That is great

I think you must be looking at it back-to-front. It's actually very, very bad.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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No as a piece of artwork, it is great.

Us boiling alive in 100 years not so much....

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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No as a piece of artwork, it is great.

Us boiling alive in 100 years not so much....

I know, Kovacs.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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He's just playing it straight to carry on the joke

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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He's just playing it straight to carry on the joke

Could you explain more, please?

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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He's just playing it straight to carry on the joke

Could you explain more, please?

That was a riff on the politics thread where I kept asking Kern why he couldn't stand to replace David Cameron.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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Meanwhile it's 32.5°C in the UK. In mid-September.

We're fucked

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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Another embarrassing u-turn for climate "scientists". First they said March was the hottest month ever recorded. Now they say it's April.

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Another embarrassing u-turn for climate "scientists". First they said April was the hottest month ever recorded. Now they say it's May.

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Another embarrassing u-turn for climate "scientists". First they said May was the hottest month ever recorded. Now they're saying it's June.

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Another embarrassing u-turn for climate "scientists". First they said June was the hottest month ever recorded. Now they've said it's July.

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Another embarrassing u-turn for climate "scientists". First they said July was the hottest month ever recorded. Now they've said it's August

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Another embarrassing u-turn for climate "scientists". First they said 2015 was the hottest year ever recorded. Now they're saying it's 2016.


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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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I...find someone pointing out the silliness of statements made by deniers funny.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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I...find someone pointing out the silliness of statements made by deniers funny.

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He's just playing it straight to carry on the joke

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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Well, rightly or wrongly, now that Trump's got in and Brexit's happening, no-one is going to give a fig about alleged man-made climate change; politically speaking, that is now dead as a dodo. From this point or thereabouts, it's going to be a free-for-all with wealth and jobs creation dials set to maximum and hang any consequences, all part of the political sea-change we are witnessing.

So I guess we're gonna find out if there's anything in it or not, by direct empirical observation... ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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Oh joy, while we're at it, we can test the effects of sarin on groups of people, because I have personally never seen any of them die from it, so I don't believe it.

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 Post subject: Re: Climate change
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See you on the other side, huh. :D
Besides, take comfort from the fact that Gaywood's predicting Armageddon, thereby jinxing it so it won't happen. :D

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Ha ha, yeah. It's fucking hilarious.


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...What do you want me to do about it?
Might as well laugh, it's possibly one of a number of really shite things to happen politically in the last few months.

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Well who knows, he might destabilise the world to the point where we'll never even know about climate change because we get to watch our children and everything else we love die in a nuclear war. LOL smiley smiley LOL.


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I very much doubt it, Mark. That's very bad for business after all. :)

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If sea levels rise as per the model, We could lose Gt Yarmouth.

I keep the lights on as much as possible.

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I very much doubt it, Mark. That's very bad for business after all. :)

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If sea levels rise as per the model, We could lose Gt Yarmouth.

I keep the lights on as much as possible.


:D

Yeah, I quite fancy a "Riviera style" cafe culture developing around the babbling brook in my garden, even as it's transformed into a raging torrent (with "white horses" as per Lord of the Rings).

This is the principal reason I had them chisel out the catalyst in my Harley's two-into-one.

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Well, rightly or wrongly, now that Trump's got in and Brexit's happening, no-one is going to give a fig about alleged man-made climate change; politically speaking, that is now dead as a dodo. From this point or thereabouts, it's going to be a free-for-all with wealth and jobs creation dials set to maximum and hang any consequences, all part of the political sea-change we are witnessing.

So I guess we're gonna find out if there's anything in it or not, by direct empirical observation... ;)


But we ARE finding out by direct empirical observation already.

You can moan all you want about climate models, but actual honest to goodness empirical measurements of temperature rises and the effect on the world are being made as we speak, and have been for years. Unless the rising temperatures, rising sea levels and death of half of the Great Barrier Reef were all some shady ploy to stop Big Coal.

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Well, rightly or wrongly, now that Trump's got in and Brexit's happening, no-one is going to give a fig about alleged man-made climate change; politically speaking, that is now dead as a dodo. From this point or thereabouts, it's going to be a free-for-all with wealth and jobs creation dials set to maximum and hang any consequences, all part of the political sea-change we are witnessing.

So I guess we're gonna find out if there's anything in it or not, by direct empirical observation... ;)


But we ARE finding out by direct empirical observation already.

You can moan all you want about climate models, but actual honest to goodness empirical measurements of temperature rises and the effect on the world are being made as we speak, and have been for years. Unless the rising temperatures, rising sea levels and death of half of the Great Barrier Reef were all some shady ploy to stop Big Coal.

Yes but this is just a normal consequence of a polar shift. Cavey read it on a Flat Earth website or something.

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I love watching Flat Earth people try to explain time zones in their model.

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I've had 2 roses put out flowers in the last week, only a couple on bushes that have 40-50 on them in the summer.

Also have a large date type palm tree, it never gets dates on it, but in a good year it will put out loads of small white flowers which smell like honey. That has only happened maybe 2 summers from the 6 I have been at my house, but the tree is doing this right now!


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I saw a quote from one of the flat earth facebook groups stating that they had members "all around the globe"


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Something something wormholes

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