You guys are so funny. Do you even see the irony in your post? FairGame copies and pastes Tamino's blog and uses that as his talking point. Then when I have a question about the blog post, I get slammed and you all avoid the question and instead and just smear me and tell me how I'm so anti-science.<quoted text>
Do you just cut n' paste directly from the 'WattsUpWithThat' site, are you a contributor there, or what? That seems to be where you get your esoteric talking points involving Marcott and Tamino.
Space Blues who gets his panites in a wad when I call him dense said this: This 'new' crssty is as flakey as the past one(s). Despite its claims of "always" blah blah. Wow. Like I said, the new crssty is flakey. Without science, it looks at words. No one can take it out of its stuckiness. So hilarious to observe! I just love it!
FairGame said this: You not only believe in a phenomenon for which there is no evidence, you believe in a phenomenon which defies physics. Believing in fairies would be more rational. But anything is better than having to question your ideology, isn't it? Yada yada. Twisty Kristy.
You said this: You can tell just from that that they don't do or understand science. Scientists are always interested in more and better facts and information. Deniers want to avoid that at all costs.
Such intellectual conversation. You all pat yourselves on the back telling each other how scientific and knowledgeable you are while slamming anyone who has the audacity to question the settled science. And when I post scientists who don't agree with the AGW science, you all slam them too.
So asking a question about Tamino's work is now anti-science and I must take his work at face value. How is that against science? Can someone please tell me his qualifications, his name, does he have any peer-reviewed papers, because I really don't know anything about him.
But seriously, I am asking a question that you all seem to want to avoid, but I'm not asking it to offend anyone. I really want to know if you can find variability in less than 300-year intervals in Marcott's work, as Tamino said, then why did Marcott say you couldn't?