@oakden_wolf: @ClimateDepot It ain’t the absolute temperatures, it’s the speed of change that’s the most dangerous,moron.
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I wonder if Oakden always signs his tweets with “moron” ?
Wood for Trees: Interactive Graphs
h/t to Marc Morano
That explains why nightfall kills so many people in the tropics.
That is hilarious!
Speed of change! We are still waiting to re experience the speed of change that has been found in historic records, that for some strange reason did not accomplish what Moron claimed would happen.
I used to transition from 70F to a vehicle at 150F in only a matter of minutes when walking from a business to my company truck during the Summer.
I’m not impressed with your illiterate attempts at humor, Goddard. Neither am I impressed with your cherrypicked plot. I prefer to look at climate the RIGHT way — over a sufficient period of time to distinguish trend from variability. Such as this:
Had I intended to sign my name, I would have done it the proper way, even in a tweet.
My effort to embed an image didn’t work. Here’s the link.
Curious how the warmth of the 1940s disappeared since the National Academy of Sciences report in 1975.
The 1930s and early 1940s were warm. You know that. Thus I don’t have any idea what your comment is trying to imply,
Perhaps this will make it clear