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The Global Temperature Graph that is "Unacceptable"

If you swing by Wikipedia to look at global satellite temperature readings you won't see this graph.

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Mid-tropospheric and lower stratospheric temperature data processed by the Global Hydrology and Climate Center at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) through 2008

It has been removed by the self appointed guardians of Climate Change truth Reverted to revision by William M. Connolley; "Sorry, graph is unacceptable."

Not wrong, not inaccurate, "unacceptable".

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Sheesh, but they have been shameless for some time.

He goes on to say: "The trend-lines aren't trend-lines - but polynomina (which will *always* give the wrong result at the end).

Which is why they are available as an option in Excel's "Add trendline" function, I suppose. I guess Will thinks it's much better to stick to straight lines unless you happen to have a hockey stick algorithm to hand.

Hmmm... So we should place more trust in these satellite figures, which are analysed with numerous corrections\filters and interpretations, rather than direct thermometer figures that simply state what they are? Even the satellite figures are being reassessed but no doubt there will be accusations that this is to comply with the lie.

The warming is real... numerous strands of evidence show it.

Kevin: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:All_palaeotemps.png

Of course the warming is real. Hopefully, we can get back up to normal temperatures within the next few million years.

I bet it'll be colder next month, and warmer in May, too.

Kevin: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:All_palaeotemps.png

Of course the warming is real. Hopefully, we can get back up to normal temperatures within the next few million years.

I bet it'll be colder next month, and warmer in May, too.

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