So if the models correctly predict the overall increase why do you reckon they must predict internal variability? As you can see from parallel's graph (when the denier bias is removed) the last 15 years are well within the variability…"
"Typical warmist. Wilfully blind! The issue is the 15 year or more "pause" at the end of the record. The models completely failed to predict that (see that slope of the graph thing). But hey, anyone expect an intelligent rebuttal from…"
"I don't think I've ever claimed the graph is wrong. Just that its presentation is biassed and the arguments made from it by Roy are wrong and Roy is clever enough to know he is doing this and therefore it seems pretty clear he is being…"
Parallel you are off song today! I thought you'd just retreat. I'm glad to highlight the relevant material from the link:
Roy has just made a belated appearance, commenting on my article where I exposed his…"
"I posted a link which did indeed replot the graph showing in detail the effect of different baselining, and why Spencer's chosen baseline is biassed. I see you cannot have read this so direct you back to the previous post.
"I refer you to the graph parallel posted. Although the baselining is wrong - and the averaging chosen to magnify the baselining induced apparent error, you can nevertheless see a 0.4c rise over 30 years in both UAH and Hadcrut. Is that flat? Or are…"
"Parallel - do you agree with the point about baselining made in my last link?
The graph you show only has CMIP5 a long way away from observations because of the relative alignment of the obs and the CMIP5 graphs. But that is highly sensitive to…"
I agree that the governments boasts of new jobs are mainly PR, with most of the "new" jobs being poorly paid or unproductive ones for the government.
But as pointed out in the article, the Western world is in a good position as…"
"Yes I do agree to a point. I am a trade unionist with the newly created Canadian union Unifor. governments at all levels in the USA and Canada are boasting that they are creating millions of new jobs. Unfortunately those new jobs are not keeping up…"