How to tell the difference between a Democrat and an intelligent person...

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    Frankly I have no interest in the whole debate....I'm not a democrat and haven't been since 1988..Nor am I a republican, left that in 1982...But you create your fantasy scenarios to push your propaganda, I get a good laugh over it..
     
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    Wow... you really put me in my place. But being too lazy is a characteristic of a sloth and I personally wouldn't want to admit that... but of course
    you can with my permission!
     
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    Evidently you eat everything the same way every day and can't recognize sarcasm..
     
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    I have no idea, being it doesn't describe anything. It just babbles some nonsense about thermometers. Most of it is wrong, and the rest doesn't apply to anything.

    Since you claim to understand it, and claim to be a man of courage, why don't you tell us, in your own words, what that image is talking about?

    If you did understand it, that should be no problem for you. However, if you just parroted some cult nonsense you didn't understand, you'll have a major problem. We'll soon see, eh?
     
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    C'mon, Isaac. The word is "its." You're better than that. Or are you?
     
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    Nein, mein fuhrer.

     
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    First these are FACTS. Not made up opinions or subjective observations but FACTS. And note you provided NO links. Where are your links?
    Below information has links!
    A) From 1880 to 1980s or nearly 100 years, mercury thermometers were the ONLY way to measure air temperature.
    B) YOU nor most people can't distinguish the difference in the reading of 1.53ºF of a mercury thermometer.
    C) If you were standing in 100º temperature looking at the thermometer could you tell the difference as the picture shows 100º from 98º because there were 2º steps.
    D) Saying you read it at 98º...ok. Now you copy that down to a form. What happens next? Before computers these forms were mailed and then re-copied, and re-copied
    before they were finally entered into the central readings.
    E) So again I ask you how can the temperature observer with clear reading distinguish between 98º and 100º while standing in the heat or cold, then writing it down
    with the observer's handwriting... then mailing to someone else to re-copy, and then re-copy... there are just TOO many chances for not only "reading" errors, but
    simple re-recording errors. And this the is the primary basis for concluding the Earth has gained 1.53º since 1850?

    That's why there are people like the following:
    F) But two aspects of this system for measuring surface temperatures have long been worrying a growing array of statisticians, meteorologists and expert science bloggers. One is that the supposedly worldwide network of stations from which GHCN draws its data is flawed. Up to 80 per cent or more of the Earth’s surface is not reliably covered at all. Furthermore, around 1990, the number of stations more than halved, from 12,000 to less than 6,000 – and most of those remaining are concentrated in urban areas or places where studies have shown that, thanks to the “urban heat island effect”, readings can be up to 2 degrees higher than in those rural areas where thousands of stations were lost.
    Climategate, the sequel: How we are STILL being tricked with flawed data on global warming

    G) “The majority of weather stations used by NOAA to detect climate change temperature signal have been compromised by encroachment of artificial surfaces like concrete, asphalt, and heat sources like air conditioner exhausts,” Anthony Watts, a seasoned meteorologist and lead author of the study, said in a statement Thursday.
    These “compromised” weather stations run hotter than stations that are well-sited, and are used by NOAA as a benchmark to make upward adjustments for other weather stations that are part of the agency’s official temperature record. Watts and his fellow researchers found only 410 “unperturbed” weather stations out of the 1,218 stations used by NOAA to determine U.S. climate trends. These “unperturbed” stations don’t need to be adjusted by NOAA because they had not been moved, had any equipment changes, or change in the time temperatures were observed.

    EXCLUSIVE: NOAA Relies On ‘Compromised’ Thermometers That Inflate US Warming Trend
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    /---- Still waiting for you to refute anything Foxworthy said. Waiting...........waiting.............waiting.
     
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    /----- Conservatives never move on????? Seriously????? Are you implying that Liberals do move on????? How long have you guys been beating the Russia collusion scam???? Gloeball Warming scam???? Voter intimidation scam???? How long did you push ghey marriage???? We never move on???? Practice what you preach.
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    No, they're mostly made up opinions.

    Sure we can. Pretending otherwise is complete nonsense.

    I can easily read a good thermometer to 0.2F accuracy. It's dishonest of you and your source to picture a crappy thermometer, which are not the type used at weather stations. If you were honest, you would have pictured a good thermometer.

    You also don't understand the statistics of averages. And I won't bother to explaining it, as it requires a college freshman level of education to understand it.

    Such errors would have an equal chance of being up or down, and so would have no effect on the average.

    Yep. We appreciate our ancestors for being such good record-keepers.

    So, your conspiracy theory there flopped hard. Got another debunked conspiracy theory for us? Oh look, you do.


    Rural stations show the same warming trend as urban stations. The data says your "it's the urban heat island effect" conspiracy theory is wrong, therefore your theory is wrong. It's that simple. But it won't matter, being that for you, this is all a religious belief, and you'll reject any data that challenges your faith. Now, on to your next debunked conspiracy theory.


    Those "bad" stations show the same warming trend as the good stations. So, that conspiracy theory also craters.

    And before you scream about links as your way of evading, I'll post links to everything ... so long as you agree ahead of time that if I do, you'll just admit you were wrong. I've been through this dance too many times, so I know deniers always weasel when presented with links. No weaseling will be allowed.
     

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