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Global Warming Really Just a Statistical Fluke?

J Story (30227) writes | about 2 years ago

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J Story (30227) writes "Matt Asher, a statistics wonk, in a blog posting (The surprisingly weak case for global warming) claims that: "Based solely on year-over-year changes in surface temperatures, the net increase since 1881 is fully explainable as a non-independent random walk with no trend."

For the programmer/statistics junkie, R code is provided."

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