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  • Originally posted by G David Bock View Post



    Penultimate post here .

    Hook, line and sinker .
    How to Talk to a Climate Skeptic: http://grist.org/series/skeptics/
    Global Warming & Climate Change Myths: https://www.skepticalscience.com/argument.php

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    • Originally posted by Pirate-Drakk View Post

      Nice link Nick!


      Thanks for making my point. The two worst storms in terms of death toll were in 1900 and 1780. Considering the fact that the population density was much lower back then, those storms must have been immense.
      Hopefully my last post here .

      Sorry for the very late reply. Went on a sabbatical from here, and missed this sprung trap I laid.

      I have not made any point with that link, as any true scientist would have known. You need at least 400 samples, preferably a 1000, to have a reasonable confidence level concerning any statistical analysis. 10 does not cut the mustard. Anyone who has read my posts knows that I have always said a sample of 1000+ is required.

      The fact that you think that a sample size of 10 proves a point more than suggests this area of study is a real weakness of yours, but easily addressed .
      How to Talk to a Climate Skeptic: http://grist.org/series/skeptics/
      Global Warming & Climate Change Myths: https://www.skepticalscience.com/argument.php

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      • Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post

        Hopefully my last post here .

        Sorry for the very late reply. Went on a sabbatical from here, and missed this sprung trap I laid.

        I have not made any point with that link, as any true scientist would have known. You need at least 400 samples, preferably a 1000, to have a reasonable confidence level concerning any statistical analysis. 10 does not cut the mustard. Anyone who has read my posts knows that I have always said a sample of 1000+ is required.

        The fact that you think that a sample size of 10 proves a point more than suggests this area of study is a real weakness of yours, but easily addressed .
        Strongly doubt this will be your last post on this subject.
        To date you have shown to be a die-hard, true-believer in ACC-AGW.

        Problem one is that humans haven't records back far enough to track more than a few hundred at best of hurricanes, let alone "thousands".
        Problem two is that Pirate-Drakk is a scientist and you aren't, FWIW.
        TANSTAAFL = There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch
        “War is merely the continuation of politics by other means” - von Clausewitz
        Present Current Events are the Future's History

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        • From CtoC;
          ...
          Robert Felix, a former architect, became interested in the ice-age cycle back in 1991 and has been researching and writing about the possibility of a coming ice age ever since. In the first half, he argued that we are seeing the beginnings of a mini-ice age, which several astrophysicists have also recently concluded, he noted. This cycle may be similar to what happened in the 1600s when the sun had no sunspots. Because of the colder weather in that time frame, there were crop shortages and mass starvation. One of the initial patterns for a small ice age, he explained, is that the rainy season lasts a little longer in the spring, and starts a bit earlier in the fall. It doesn't take many weeks of that to start messing with the food supply, he warned.

          Among the signs of unusually early cold weather, he cited the following events from Sept. 9-12th: a surprise winter storm dropping 17 inches of snow in Wyoming, Kansas City setting a new cold record, Denver recording its earliest ever freeze, and Midland, Texas hitting a new cold record that was 14 degrees colder than the previous one. Additionally, many glaciers are advancing, such as in the Western Himalayas, including Mount Everest, he reported. During a mini-ice age, the jet stream will change, and we'll actually see sea levels drop significantly, Felix said. Increased underwater volcanic activity is heating up the oceans, he added, yet above ground volcanoes are also more active, which puts more ash in the sky and contributes to the cooling effect.
          ...
          https://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2020-09-23-show/

          See also;
          https://www.iceagenow.info/
          TANSTAAFL = There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch
          “War is merely the continuation of politics by other means” - von Clausewitz
          Present Current Events are the Future's History

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          • For some counter -balance ...
            .... and again my pet-peeve: Anthropogenic(human caused) or Natural ?
            OPINION
            Every Place Has Its Own Climate Risk. What Is It Where You Live?
            By Stuart A. Thompson and Yaryna SerkezSept. 18, 2020

            For most of us, climate change can feel like an amorphous threat — with the greatest dangers lingering ominously in the future and the solutions frustratingly out of reach.

            So perhaps focusing on today’s real harms could help us figure out how to start dealing with climate change. Here’s one way to do that: by looking at the most significant climate threat unfolding in your own backyard.
            ....
            https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/...=pocket-newtab
            TANSTAAFL = There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch
            “War is merely the continuation of politics by other means” - von Clausewitz
            Present Current Events are the Future's History

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