- Oct 31, 2008
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- Portland, Ore.
OK, Ian. What is your criterion for stating that the intitial article had the best data? That, and two I posted, were from the same peer reviewed journal. The first one was from data only from the US. The other two were world wide data.its odd how the areas with the best data always seem to show the least amount of 'climate change' and the areas with poor data and the most infilling and 'adjustments' show the most. I cant help but think the next 10 or 20 years will show an interesting reversal of trends as the cumulative affects of 'pushing' data in a certain direction will pop the bubble and lead to a correction. we may get a preview of that when the Berkeley data comes out hugely expands the error bars for a large percentage of the planet.
I think your criterion is that it agrees with 'the way things ought to be'.