Re: [asa] Data doesn't support global warming

From: Rich Blinne <rich.blinne@gmail.com>
Date: Wed Dec 16 2009 - 12:33:25 EST

Here's the graph for Boreal Winter:

http://www1.ncdc.noaa.gov/pub/data/cmb/images/cei/dk-step2.12-02.gif

On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 10:25 AM, Dave Wallace <wmdavid.wallace@gmail.com>wrote:

> Rich Blinne wrote:
>
>> Another way to decouple the effect of air conditioning is to look at
>> so-called "high lows". That is how many record high lows there and how many
>> record low lows there are. If there is AGW there should be more high lows
>> and fewer low lows. Solar warming would effect only the highs and not the
>> lows. Here's a graph of high lows and low lows:
>>
>> http://www1.ncdc.noaa.gov/pub/data/cmb/images/cei/dk-step2.01-12.gif
>>
>> On the top graph the red line is the percent of the U.S. where lows are
>> much above normal. The blue line is percentage the U.S. where lows are much
>> below normal. We are getting more and more high lows and almost no low lows.
>>
>>
> At first when I looked at the plot it looked quite positive to the pro AGW
> side as I did not look carefully at the fact that it is an annual record of
> lows and highs. I had initially interpreted it as covering the winter
> (Jan/Dec) only so that poor sighting relative to air conditioners would make
> little difference. However, even so it is somewhat suggestive but I would
> really like to see the equivalent graph over late fall to early spring.
>
> Dave W
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