Intelligent Design Exposed

May 22, 2008

How to cook a graph in three easy lessons

Filed under: Uncategorized — idexposed @ 4:49 am

Realclimate.org, a high quality science site, explains how to “cook a graph in three easy lessons“. In order to make the model look like the observations, the model had to assume a mixed layer depth of 1000m, when  a normal mixed layer depth is around 50m, depending on location, and time. 1000m is ludicrous indeed.

These days, when global warming inactivists need to trot out somebody with some semblance of scientific credentials (from the dwindling supply who have made themselves available for such purposes), it seems that they increasingly turn to Roy Spencer, a Principal Research Scientist at the University of Alabama.

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