Comment 126448

By PGFontana (registered) | Posted May 01, 2019 at 00:35:18 in reply to Comment 126444

I know son, your struggles with comprehension are well established, and while I ordinarily would have some empathy for anyone afflicted with such limited perspective, your true nature easily counters any such sentiment.

I took your advice, and researched the definition of "trend" ....."a general direction in which something is changing or developing" A general direction. Up.

Or down. (but not both!) One of these things is not like the other. One of these things is not the same. Hotter. Colder.

Suck. Blow. You see the difference, don't you?

You claimed GHG and average temperatures are "closely correlated" And I demonstrated your fallacy. One is rising steadily.....while the other is fluctuating. This is how you would demonstrate a close correlation? An epic failure.

You claimed temperatures "increased steadily, exactly according to the prediction models" Except, they didn't increase steadily, they fluctuated, a fact you now concede, albeit with obvious reticence. This is how you illustrate a trend? With misinformation? And when you are asked to provide an example.....any example....of any scientist.....anywhere.....ever.....employing the prediction models you reference, you respond with insult and accusation.

It all sounds rather hysterical, which of course, might account for the lack of progress you lament.

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