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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 01 2012,09:52   

Quote (Richardthughes @ Nov. 01 2012,09:03)
have some JoeLOLS / Meltdown:

http://www.blogger.com/comment....2826821

and here's his *favourite* graph:



So, I guess the fact that the 10 warmest years in the last 130 years have all been within 2000-2012.  With 2011 being the absolute warmest and 2012 possibly being warmer than 2011.

One thing I notice about that graph is, while certain line segments are showing a downward trend, the line segments themselves keep starting and ending higher and higher...

almost as if the temperature is increasing.

Just out of curiosity, what statistical measure did Joe use on that graph?  What's the confidence?  What's the error range on those line segments.

This is ALMOST as good as AFDave's made up data graph.  But Joey can't even do something like that right.

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