The ice melts and it freezes every year. What's you point?I see, all that data modification is causing the polar ice to melt.
They've been rece3ding since the end of the last ice age. What's your point?The glaciers to recede.
Yes they are, I'm surprised you would bring that fact up. Good thing, No?Growing seasons to extend.
I haven't seen a mocking bird in my back yard yet, but I can hope.Species to migrate.
They have been rising right along and the current rate is little changed over the decades. Predictions of a flooded New York and other cities is crap.Oceans to rise.
Coupled with the longer growing season you mentioned plus more rain and more arable land it can only be a good thing.Co2 to increase.
Since 1850 temperatures are up about 3/4 of a degree Celsius.Just admit it. The Earth is warming
Yes, I give it about a third or 1/4 of a degree Celsius over that 160 year stretch.and man is responsible for a significant amount of the warming.
I download temperature data from Hadcrutemp, GISS, UAH, RSS and NCDC. I also get Sea level data from the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL), Colorado University's Sea Level Research Group and data from some of the papers such as Church & White are published on the net. I take that downloaded data and paste it into Excel so I can graph it out and plot trends and in general see what the numbers are.<quoted text>Hey Steve, the term "analysis" is too lofty for you.
Please tell us what you do exactly when you do your "own analysis of the numbers."
Curious minds want to know!
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