Hockey Stick Finally Proven!

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12 Responses to Hockey Stick Finally Proven!

  1. gator69 says:

    I’m afraid I’m going to have to call ‘high sticking’, as that graph is a head and shoulders better than Mikey’s. 😉

    • kbray in california says:

      A good “high sticking up side the head” might be the adjustment that Mikey really needs.

  2. johnbuk says:

    Nice one!

  3. tomwys says:

    Brilliant!!! [& Dead accurate]

  4. A very nice graphic. I love the invention and the truth inherent in this version. Send Michael his own special autographed copy!

  5. Ilma630 says:

    Demonstration if any that Mike ‘no bel’ Mann inverted the truth.

  6. John Silver says:

    Stick it to the Mann!

  7. Since he flipped proxies around that showed cooling trends and turned them into warming trends, I suppose he can’t really object to this either. 😉

  8. Me says:

    Good one! 😆

  9. Eric Webb says:

    Doesn’t even look like a hockey stick, more like one that’s broken or has been significantly flexed for one’s purposes, referring especially to the AGW nutjobs

  10. chris y says:

    Steve McIntyre just posted a nice revelation on Mann’s talk at AGU last fall. Mann hid the temp data after 2005.

    Look carefully at Steve Goddard’s most excellent graphic.

    Now why do you suppose Mendacious Mike’s 2012 presentation chose to leave off data after 2005?

    • If I recall that post correctly he also misrepresented by comparing ocean-land models to land only measurements. He is a tricky little fellow. Count your silverware afterwards if you invite him over for dinner. Or better yet, stick to fried chicken and fresh fries.

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