I guess you'd better go elsewhere and ask, then. These minutiae of the warming discussion seem to me the sort of thing we routinely see from Deniers, trying to bog the discussion down in one specific, detailed discussion point as a way of discrediting "experts" they don't want to acknowledge.<quoted text>
You guys are so funny. Do you even see the irony in your post? FairGame copies and pastes Tamino's blog ...EDITED.... 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?
Maybe you could tell us ignorant folk why "variability in less than 300-year intervals" is so important to the discussion, Kristy?