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20th anniversary of the hockeystick
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M***@kymhorsell.com
2019-03-16 09:52:50 UTC
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Michael E. Mann @MichaelEMann 15 Mar 2019 15:51Z
Students demonstrate around the world today to demand #ActionOnClimate. On
this 20th anniversary of the Mann et al (1999) "Hockey Stick" article
(agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/19#) #Synchronicity
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Stefan Rahmstorf @rahmstorf 15 Mar 2019 17:03Z
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Vergleich mit den allerneuesten Daten, 2017 publiziert in Nature von einem
Konsortium von über hundert Forschern. Die Frucht von Jahrzehnten
Paläoklimaforschung auf allen Kontinenten. nature.com/articles/sdata#
pic.twitter.com/4daccRvMbK
[Glob temps from Mann, HadCRUT, PAGES2k, last 2k years:]
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Mervyn @badmoonrising11 23 Feb 2019 14:17Z
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MBH98 is over 20 years old now. It has been replicated and repeated using
more data, less data, different statistical process, same process etc. Each
and every time the same key result appears; unprecedented warming in the
20th century. Enough hockey sticks for a team.
pic.twitter.com/uaShZQyZYC
[Note the pre-1600 data is mostly < +.5C because it was adjusted to global
rather than polar local temps:]
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Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
Students demonstrate around the world today to demand #ActionOnClimate. On
this 20th anniversary of the Mann et al (1999) "Hockey Stick" article
(agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/19#) #Synchronicity
pic.twitter.com/kP02IyJ4GS
<https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D1tZJsWWkAEXlTf.jpg>
Vergleich mit den allerneuesten Daten, 2017 publiziert in Nature von einem
Konsortium von über hundert Forschern. Die Frucht von Jahrzehnten
Paläoklimaforschung auf allen Kontinenten. nature.com/articles/sdata#
pic.twitter.com/4daccRvMbK
[Glob temps from Mann, HadCRUT, PAGES2k, last 2k years:]
<https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D1tuiGWX0AACpFy.jpg:small>
MBH98 is over 20 years old now. It has been replicated and repeated using
more data, less data, different statistical process, same process etc. Each
and every time the same key result appears; unprecedented warming in the
20th century. Enough hockey sticks for a team.
pic.twitter.com/uaShZQyZYC
[Note the pre-1600 data is mostly < +.5C because it was adjusted to global
rather than polar local temps:]
<https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D0GDUslW0AAljyz.jpg>
Any graf will konfuse a denier but if you describe the cerb wif a common object, the denier will tink it ain sciency soundin.

That why big bang needs to be replaced wif Big Banglocene.
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<https://www.abc.net.au/news/image/10904044-16x9-460x259.jpg>
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