For Progressives, One Point Determines A Trend

Think Progress is hysterical about the Japan Typhoon, because for progressives one point is enough to determine a trend.

In the real world, intense Northwest Pacific typhoons were far more common below 350 PPM

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ScreenHunter_3454 Oct. 08 22.07List of the most intense tropical cyclones – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

h/t to Andy DC

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7 Responses to For Progressives, One Point Determines A Trend

  1. Pathway says:

    But it fits the agenda, so it must be true.

  2. tom0mason says:

    Off-Topic Steve/Tony
    but you may want to look at this.

    General Kelly give the low-down on the infection that Kerry does not want you to know.

  3. ” One Point Determines A Trend”

    So in other words, they have an infinite level of confirmation bias.


  4. Anything is possible says:

    Just in case you haven’t seen this, Steve. You might want to add it to your historical collection :

  5. there is no substitute for victory says:

    The way it works is like this. A climate scientist walks into a casino and drops a quarter in a slot machine. Out comes $5 in quarters. Tomorrow he repeats today’s actions only this time he wins $50 in quarters. The trend is established and in his mind the longer he sits there sticking quarters in the slot machine the more he keeps winning. Soon our climate scientist will have to subjugate alien planets so he’ll have room to store his quarters.

  6. oracle2world says:

    Hold the presses. Even reputable scientists completely in the tank for global warming said hurricanes would diminish.

  7. Bob Knows says:

    For liberal propaganda, its a “trend” if its going their direction. Its “irrelevant” if it goes the other way. A random oscillation can be reported as “a trend” every time it swings forth, half the time. Sheep believe its all the time because that’s the only report they ever see.

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