Daily Archives: June 24, 2014

Today’s Humor

I started the day with Anthony Watts sending an E-Mail to an alarmist saying that I am worse than Michael Mann, because I use only raw, untampered  data. Then Zeke stopped by and said that my objection to using anomalies … Continue reading

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Definition Of Data Tampering

2. Quality control: Continually adjusting a process to compensate for variations in its output. If the variations are within the control limits of a stable system (and all stable systems have variations) then tampering invariably makes things worse. Only a … Continue reading

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The Liverpool Cannibal Is Back In Action!

He needs to be banned for life.

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It Is Called A Random Number

Intelligent scientists in legitimate professions understand that when working with large data sets, error distributions tend to be quite random – and the best way to deal with them is to assume that they average out to zero. This understanding also provides … Continue reading

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There Is No Such Thing As A Conspiracy

We know that there is no such thing as a government conspiracy, because the IRS was not targeting conservative groups – and they found lots of WMDs in Iraq. Watergate did not happen, and that Gulf of Tonkin attack was … Continue reading

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Well Known Skeptic Says I Am “Worse Than Michael Mann”

He’s hopelessly stubborn, worse than Mann at being able to admit mistakes IMHO. Did NASA/NOAA Dramatically Alter U.S. Temperatures After 2000? – Hit & Run : Reason.com My response ; Dear Skeptic, If rural station data is being progressively lost, … Continue reading

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Gridding Does Almost Nothing To The US Data Set

I am considered a heretic by some on both sides of the global warming debate, because I refuse to tamper with the raw US data. I have already shown why you can’t detect baseline tampering using anomalies, and thus should not … Continue reading

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