Our cooling world

Curious Cdn
#2911
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Please cite some refutation.

This one's got charts, too!

http://skepticalscience.com/

It also talks about the pathology of climate change denial.
 
petros
#2912
Ooooooo charts.
 
MHz
#2913
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Ooooooo charts.

 
Curious Cdn
-1
#2914
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Charts mean real science!
 
Walter
+1
#2915
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Charts mean real science!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8U_R6tJfr-M
 
petros
+1
#2916
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Charts mean real science!

Only if they are accurate and not tinkered with. Are they accurate and unadulterated?
 
MHz
#2917
Anybody even seen a chart that shows how much gravity bends light? No, and you never woll for giid reason. That is the cornerstone of modern science btw.

This a drawing, like an animation it is not science, it is art.
 
petros
#2918
That's a diagram.

di·a·gram
/ˈdīəˌɡram/
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noun
1.
a simplified drawing showing the appearance, structure, or workings of something; a schematic representation.
"a diagram of the living room"
synonyms:drawing, line drawing, illustration, picture, artist's impression; More
verb
1.
represent (something) in graphic form.
"the experiment is diagramed on page fourteen"
 
MHz
#2919
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

That's a diagram.

di·a·gram
/ˈdīəˌɡram/
Learn to pronounce
noun
1.
a simplified drawing showing the appearance, structure, or workings of something; a schematic representation.
"a diagram of the living room"
synonyms: drawing, line drawing, illustration, picture, artist's impression; More
verb
1.
represent (something) in graphic form.
"the experiment is diagramed on page fourteen"

The one thing you did clearly show is that there is no end to the trolling the loco collective does here.

https://study.com/academy/lesson/how...hs-charts.html
How to Read Scientific Graphs & Charts

How do scientists summarize their findings with visual aids? In this lesson, explore the different types of tables, charts and graphs that scientists use. Learn to read these effectively as a preview to your science studies.
Representation of Scientific Work

The scientific method is a set of procedures that scientists use to learn about the world. Scientists generally follow this method, but they also compete and collaborate on their work in order to reach a consensus within the scientific community. Sometimes, a scientist's work can take years to complete, but s/he still has to communicate his/her ideas to others. How do scientists summarize their findings so that other scientists can understand it in a matter of minutes? The answer is in the tables, graphs and charts that illustrate their data. In this lesson, we'll look at the basic types of charts and learn how to read them effectively.
Data in Tables & Line Graphs

Line graphs are used to depict the relationship between dependent and independent variables. Let's say that you were a scientist who wanted to investigate how fast a sunflower grows compared with a daisy. You'd plant a sunflower seed and a daisy seed, grow them both with plenty of sunshine and water and measure the height of each plant every day. To keep all of your measurements organized, you'd likely use a table. Most scientists use tables as a way of arranging information into vertical columns and horizontal rows. Tables are useful for data that describes two different factors, or variables, because it reads in two directions. In your plant growth experiment, you'd collect data about two different things: time and the height of the plants. Let's say you'd record time measurements in the first column and the measurements for plant height in the second column. To be clear, you'd specify which units you're using for each variable. This is what a basic table looks like for most scientific experiments.
The two variables that you're recording are different, in that one variable is dependent upon the other. Since the height of the plant changes due to the passage of time, we say that height is dependent on time. So in this case, height is called the dependent variable. A dependent variable is the factor being measured in an experiment, which changes in response to the independent variable. The factor that's not dependent on anything is time. That is, nothing is going to change how time elapses during the experiment. Therefore, we call time the independent variable . It is the factor that is considered to be constant during an experiment, which affects the dependent variable. In tables, the independent variable is usually listed in the first column and the dependent variable is listed to the right.
But remember, you'll need to add a third column to collect your data about the daisy. Every day, you'll make two measurements: one of the height of the sunflower plant and one of the height of the daisy plant. So you should be filling up one row for every day in your experiment. By the time the experiment's done, your table should be full of useful data.
This table is a great way to keep your data organized. But it's not so easy to draw any conclusions by taking a quick glance. A better way to look at this information would be to transform it into a line graph. A line graph depicts the relationship between the dependent and independent variables. Each variable is plotted along one of the two axes in the graph. The x-axis is the horizontal axis, which usually plots the independent variable. Since your independent variable is time, then you'd plot time in days along the x-axis. The other axis is called the y-axis. This is the vertical axis that usually plots the dependent variable. So your dependent variable is plant height. You're actually going to have two lines on the graph: one to show the growth of the sunflower plant, and one to show the growth of the daisy. Let's make the sunflower line orange and the daisy line blue. You'll need to add a key to the bottom to show which line describes the growth of which plant.
As you're transferring your data, you'll need to be sure to plot all the numbers correctly. The first measurement for the sunflower says that it was half a centimeter tall on the first day. So you'd find the first day on the x-axis, and draw a dot that lines up with '0.5 centimeters' on the y-axis. You'd continue the same way for all of your data in the second column. Then, to plot the growth of the daisy, you'd use the data from the third column and draw the line in blue.
Bar charts compare amounts of something between unrelated groups. Interpreting Line Graphs

Creating a graph is pretty simple, but interpreting it can be tricky. Looking at our graph of plant growth rates, what kind of conclusions can we make? Well, we can easily see that the sunflower grew faster than the daisy on average. It reached a greater height in the first nine days, and it sprouted a full day ahead of the daisy. By comparing the slope of the lines at separate intervals, we can also see that the sunflower had the highest peak growth rate. In other words, the highest growth speed in the sunflower was greater than that of the daisy.
 
petros
+2
#2920
You hate learning don't you?
 
DaSleeper
+2
#2921
When it's hot it's global warming....


When It's cold it's just temperature...


I get it.................maybe





 
MHz
#2922
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

You hate learning don't you?

I learn new things all day long. Most of it is about the lies spread by you and your kind. How angry does make you feel?
https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-07-...consensus.html
(Natural News) Just how much of a threat to the subsistence of our planet is man-made climate change, according to the latest scientific data? It’s not actually a threat at all, it turns out, because man-made climate change doesn’t exist .
This is the conclusion of a new study out of Finland, in which researchers from the University of Turku determined that the contribution of humans to global temperature increases over the past century is negligible, at best.
While planetary temperatures are said to have risen by about 0.1 degrees Celsius over the past 100 years, human activity contributed only about 0.01 degrees Celsius of this, or about 10 percent.
Entitled, “No experimental evidence for the significant anthropogenic climate change,” the paper reiterates that global temperature fluctuations are primarily influenced by things like cloud cover that have absolutely nothing to do with humans eating meat, driving cars, or raising livestock that fart.
“Only a small part,” write authors Jyrki Kauppinen and Pekka Malmi, the study’s two primary authors, of rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels is anthropogenic – which means that all of the fear-mongering by leftists about humans supposedly “destroying the planet” is nothing but fake news.
These conclusions directly contradict the official positions of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which insists that human activity is the primary contributor to fluctuating climate conditions around the world.
“While the methods and results of the study can be debated, this once again illustrates how there is no overwhelming consensus on man-made global warming as the media often claims,” writes Paul Joseph Watson for Infowars.


https://www.express.co.uk/news/scien...ence-sun-space
Climate change bombshell: Humans are NOT to blame for global warming claims shock study

A SCIENCE journal is set to launch an investigation into a controversial study it published claiming global warming was not a man-made issue but one caused by the Earth moving closer to the Sun.
 
JLM
#2923
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

I learn new things all day long. Most of it is about the lies spread by you and your kind. How angry does make you feel?
https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-07-...consensus.html




Maybe it's time you started paying attention to Pete! (He's been around the block a couple of times)
 
Curious Cdn
#2924
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Maybe it's time you started paying attention to Pete! (He's been around the block a couple of times)

Maybe, "Pete" gains financially from spreading global cooling propaganda about.
 
petros
#2925
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Maybe, "Pete" gains financially from spreading global cooling propaganda about.

Who is paying?

I risk $60K (not including equipment costs) a year on weather.

I have the most to lose from alleged AGW.

What is your skin in the game?
Last edited by petros; 4 weeks ago at 10:57 PM..
 
MHz
#2926
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Maybe it's time you started paying attention to Pete! (He's been around the block a couple of times)

First he is a ride asshole, I can reply to assholes as easily as I reply to sane people.
Second is he is a flat out liar and the only brain work he is capable of is listening to what others tell him. They have to be even bigger assholes than he is.

Who was smarter, him or dex or was it a tie?
If you want to be a cheerleader for him you can post something that supports what he is promoting rather than sticking me with another post from another troll from the loco collective. That would be you my Dear. I posted a few longer posts to you and they went totally unanswered. That is why I get to talk to you like you were Pete's twin.
Did you get all that?? Pete didn't.

Pete never understands anything posted. Is that your soul-match?? lol BTW you will be going downhill rather than you can drag his sorry ass up to a higher level of morality.
 
MHz
#2927
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

I have the most to lose from alleged AGW.
What is your skin in the game?

The only skin you have shown is what comes off your fingers when typing. Not one fact based item as per your usual quality post.


Define how AGW would cost you that much or is the teepee you build on frozen tundra the only item that is in danger.

Imagine, having a few bucks but spending you whole time lying your fukking face off on every post. How do the Indian kids like your Rolls and how many kids have you sold to others in your lifetime.
 
MHz
#2928
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Maybe it's time you started paying attention to Pete! (He's been around the block a couple of times)

My post above this one of his was a bit longer, is that why you didn't reply to one that was on topic but decided to play in the band instead. I thing the term your are looking for is , 'over the hill' / 'not of sound mind'.



Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

You hate learning don't you?




I caught onto how this place works, I am still a stranger to you. One that keeps showing that you and your kinds are nowhere near the brightest even with all your inside support network. You are all liars, a naive honest person can beat you at the PR game as I can call bullshit and be right, if you do it your own world crumbles.
 
MHz
#2929
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Maybe it's time you started paying attention to Pete! (He's been around the block a couple of times)

Hopefully the last one that mocks you. Won't be the last one that mocks old pete.


https://sputniknews.com/latam/201907...ons-venezuela/
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US State Department is looking to appoint a senior adviser to coordinate humanitarian aid distribution services and interventions in Venezuela, the Federal Business Opportunities agency revealed in a notification.

Earlier this year, the United States sparked violent clashes when it attempted to force supplies, ostensibly meant for humanitarian assistance, through Venezuela's borders without the government’s permission. International humanitarian groups slammed Washington for "politicizing" aid while Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said the deliveries were part of a US plot to overthrow his government.
"The United States Government, represented by the US Agency for International Development Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance, is seeking applications from qualified US citizens to provide personal services as a Senior Humanitarian Advisor for Venezuela under a United States Personal Services Contract," the agency said in a solicitation posted this week.
According to the job requirements, the new adviser would lead efforts to assess humanitarian assistance needs, target beneficiary groups and locations, and "recommend the types of interventions" required.
 
Curious Cdn
#2930
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Who is paying?
I risk $60K (not including equipment costs) a year on weather.
I have the most to lose from alleged AGW.
What is your skin in the game?

The devastated planet that we hand down to my children ...
 
Danbones
#2931
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Maybe, "Pete" gains financially from spreading global cooling propaganda about.

So do YOU think Phonzi was hot or cool?

BE honest now.
 
Danbones
+1
#2932
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

The devastated planet that we hand down to my children ...

Yes well you should have been bred for height so you could hand it UP to them.

Besides, there's no law that says dwarves can inherit from trolls anyway.
 
JLM
+2
#2933
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

The devastated planet that we hand down to my children ...


While you've been devastating the planet, I've been busy enhancing it!
 
petros
#2934
201809,2.43
201810,-0.18
201811,-2.56
201812,2.39
201901,0.63
201902,-3.15
201903,-2.81
201904,1.55
201905,-1.13
201906,-0.14

6 of 9 past months below average temperatures in the USA.

Source:
https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/temp-and-p...th=12&datasets[]=uscrn
 
MHz
#2935
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

The devastated planet that we hand down to my children ...

So far that is happening by design rather than 'nature cannot be altered'.
 
MHz
#2936
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

201809,2.43
201810,-0.18
201811,-2.56
201812,2.39
201901,0.63
201902,-3.15
201903,-2.81
201904,1.55
201905,-1.13
201906,-0.14

6 of 9 past months below average temperatures in the USA.

Source:
https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/temp-and-p...th=12&datasets[]=uscrn

Now do it for 6,000 months and 90,000 years. Let alone being able to put in whatever numbers you want to get the result you want. So far hotter or colder is something we can fix if we throw all the people's money at the World Banks then life can go on, until the people get a few coins together then another looming disaster will happen. In 1500AD it was the rise of the dreaded 'Pirates' and that was the first shot in the war against terrorists began, we have the duty to keep that going so they do not win. We do nit need saving from our current Overlords, we need saving from everybody but them. Says right here in the memo they passed out a few centuries ago.
 

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