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4 years ago  ::  Dec 22, 2009 - 5:47PM #11
CharikIeia
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Well, Bo and Mindis,


where are your statistical models in which "the modelled effect is actually less than the standard variation"? Thus far, your insight has delivered a "plethora" of zero.


Here is one I found: CLICK.


The extrapolated decadal temperature rise has a standard deviation of less than one fifth of the effect size. Other more specific regional and temporal forecasts in the paper are comparable, and not in line with your claim.

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