Last Ice Age Was A “One In A Google Event”

During the last ice age, temperatures were below normal for 1,200,000 months in a row. The odds of this happening randomly are 2 raised to the 1200000 power, or some phenomenally large number.

Thank you climate experts for opening up a whole new world of junk statistics.

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3 Responses to Last Ice Age Was A “One In A Google Event”

  1. John Silver says:

    The odds that he heat wave was RANDOM is of course 1 in infinity, since weather is never RANDOM.

  2. slimething says:

    That was the quoted probability ABC News used last night. They always use the standard “scientists say” meme with no references and no counterpoints.

  3. MyFriendOtis says:

    That’s “googol”, or 10 to the hundredth power

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