Tamino: Epidemic of Denial

Posted: September 28, 2015 by tallbloke in solar system dynamics


Tamino takes Ron Clutz to task for some shoddy stats work. Oh the irony.

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Wouldn’t you know it, I just posted about how dumb it is to talk about “trends” without enough data to talk about trends intelligently, when it’s brought to my attention that there’s yet another example of doing just that.

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  1. tallbloke says:

    Grant is pondering whether or not to approve my comment:

    tallbloke | September 28, 2015 at 9:32 pm | Reply
    Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    Tamino says: “Does it look like it’s in recovery to you?”

    It looks like it’s levelled out, right on cue.

  2. Scute says:

    I remember reading a post of Tamino’s in which he did away with the pause by showing that yearly temps had never gone from an upward trend to a flat trend. But he was using five-year smoothed that smoothed the slope downwards all the way to the 2010 or 2011 finish line.

  3. Looking at the comments on climate stories worldwide, there’s now a clear consensus that the global temperature data is being actively fabricated and a growing anger that those responsible are getting away with what appears to be criminal activity with impunity.

    One can only wonder how long it will be before there is an almighty crash between the reality of informed public opinion and the delusional arrogance and deceit of the climate extremists.

  4. c777 says:

    If the Green blob can get an Australian prime minister sacked from his job, they’re going to be very difficult to knock down, even with their shody methods.
    They seem to have accrued vast sums of money from this scam, which in effect gives them a lot of leverage.
    It may be in the end only criminal proceedings can stop these people.
    Its fraud pure and simple.

  5. Ron Clutz says:

    I have made a few comments there and will respond more fully in a few days.
    My post was off message for them, and so they attack the messenger.
    Seems the GWPF reposting got their attention.

  6. Adam Gallon says:

    He probably won’t let my comment through moderation.
    “Interesting how the DMI show no difference in either the length of time the Arctic’s below freezing point or the maximum summer temperatures.
    The refreeze started very early this year too.
    It’ll be interesting to see what happens over the next few years.
    Mind you, Arctic warming & ice melting’s nothing new, is it!

  7. Ron Clutz says:

    There was a lot of interest and discussion including Tamino’s hit piece on the previous post: Arctic Ice Rebound,

    I have done another analysis and the results and rebuttals are here: