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Old 11-16-2018, 03:07 PM   #3752 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by NeilBlanchard View Post
My opinion of the guy has nothing to do with it. He is a known liar about the climate.

Since you uncritically take his word for it - you lose credibility, too.
You assume way, way to much.

Is the originator of the article “The Washington Post” lying also?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/energ...=.1b5f7f6fad2d

Quote:
Scientists behind a major study that claimed the Earth’s oceans are warming faster than previously thought now say their work contained inadvertent errors that made their conclusions seem more certain than they actually are.

Two weeks after the high-profile study was published in the journal Nature, its authors have submitted corrections to the publication. The Scripps Institution of Oceanography, home to several of the researchers involved, also noted the problems in the scientists' work and corrected a news release on its website, which previously had asserted that the study detailed how the Earth’s oceans “have absorbed 60 percent more heat than previously thought.”

“Unfortunately, we made mistakes here,” said Ralph Keeling, a climate scientist at Scripps, who was a co-author of the study.
What was “Unfortunate” for them was that they got caught.

A independent scientist noticed that their calculations didn’t add up.


https://www.nicholaslewis.org/


His paper outlines the errors in the original report.

To which the original authors admitted to.

https://www.nicholaslewis.org/wp-con...906ff-36424229


I guess some people think math don’t be like it is. But it do...



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