[LINK] Aussie Temperatures - Was Weekend Magazine - Remote Siberian
rchirgwin at ozemail.com.au
Tue Jun 26 18:53:55 EST 2012
For people who like the raw data, it's here:
The first series I picked was for Bathurst - simply because it was near
the top and familiar to me. Guess what, Tom, it shows a warming trend
for the nightly minima, although interestingly not for the daily max.
So: I'm cherry picking as well. But really, just like the Jo Nova blog
On 26/06/12 5:47 PM, Jim Birch wrote:
> On 26 June 2012 12:00, TKoltai wrote:
>> I prefer raw data to others opinions.
> No you don't, you prefer cherry picked data. Two (nearby) stations is not
> a global climate record.
> Global climate change does not imply that the temperature at every location
> follows the one universal curve. In fact, on a planet with a circulation
> system like ours we have you would expect a complex set of variations.
> That's why there a massive ongoing scientific effort to analyse multiple
> temperature temperature records and proxies to build up the best possible
> picture of the global temperature over time.
> Hey, if they were smart enough to get their hands on the Echuca daily max
> record they would have saved a lot of bother, eh?
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