June 28, 2009

Skeptics From Around the Globe


Laurence I. Gould, PhD, Physics Department, University of Hartford

"The mean, with respect to which the temperature “anomaly” (difference between the mean and a particular temperature value) is measured, appears to be taken over a period so as to magnify that anomaly. The mean is taken from 1961 – 1990, an interval of 28 years. But there was a global cooling from about 1940 to 1975. Thus, over the years 1961 – 1975, or 50% of the time over which the mean was chosen, there was a global cooling!"

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