July 15, 2020

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  • Michael Durfee

    30 years compared to 100 years…I wonder why the amounts are different? Top graph looks higher in resolution too. Look at that cold in Russia and India.

    If our magnetic field is on a tear for Siberia will the cold shift further South? Will the rains in Asia get worse? Will the earthquakes intensify in the Philippines and Java? In time it will reveal itself.

    But at least if we want accurate temperature percentiles we’ll just go ahead and choose the graph which bests suits our hypothesis, from a 100 year data set, with higher error propagation indeed, then conclude it’s outside normal variability without acknowledging the discrepancies in the other graphs. Deliver me.


    thanks Ben,

    you and Dr. SkyScholar … God bless man…

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