Clock Accuracy Vs Consistency

A broken clock is completely consistent. It always reads the same value, and is exactly correct twice a day.

According to Arctic rent seeking logic. we should trust broken clocks over functional ones.

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9 Responses to Clock Accuracy Vs Consistency

  1. RobertvdL says:

    Sometimes it is difficult to bring down a building.


    And sometimes not.

    Clock is still ticking

  2. donald penman says:

    I wonder why they don’t use the same logic when they are trying to find the trend in world temperature they are constantly making adjustments to past readings perhaps they should just go on measuring temperature in the same old way.

    • rocknblues81 says:

      Again, pissing contest.

      Can’t stop the arctic ice from melting if it’s going to melt.

      • sod says:

        the problem is, that Steven keeps claiming that the ice is getting thicker and thicker.

        his claims and the facts are contradicting each other.

      • Gator says:

        No, the problem is that you care.

      • Richard T. Fowler says:

        As I undertand it, the extent of Steven’s claim right now is that NOAA is showing that we have not yet seen a record minimum in extent this year.

        Perhaps it is your claim about Steven that is a ‘little bit’ unrealistic?

        RTF

  3. sod says:

    many of us have relied on a clock, which was consistently 5 minutes early.

    much better than one, which is sometimes early, sometimes late.

    but this concept seems to go over your head..

  4. Paul in Sweden says:

    Since a broken clock is correct twice a day it seems we would be better off with broken clocks than recommendations from the Global Warming Industry.

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