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      07-12-2019, 07:36 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by adc100 View Post
99.9% of peer reviewed scientists disagree. There is always a small percentage that will disagree with mainstream.

I have studied it since 1981. I have done the math. Like i said before the odds of having the 20 hottest global years in the last 25 years is like one out of a billion.

But I have also said its gone to far to change. I'm also pragmatic. The science is interesting.
Do we know if it was globally hotter for a stretch of say 50 yrs in for example the 1450s?
If that data isn't available how can we assume we have had the :
20 hottest global years in the last 25 years is like one out of a billion.


I'm not a climate change conspiracy nut
I'd just like more data before making an informed decision either way


What was the global temperature in the 11th century ? The 2nd century
500BC? Etc you get the point
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