[Coral-List] Global Warming Debate
slegore at mindspring.com
Fri May 15 04:15:00 EDT 2009
Isn't it amazing what we can do and say using statistics meant to clarify our world? If we add another test to his list of four . . . let's see . . . Maybe "God is dead." Then the probability of all five statements being true becomes only 17%. Let's think up another one . . . hmmmmmm . . . "Global climate change is affecting the polar regions more than equatorial." Then the probability that all are right becomes only 12%. Another? "Coastal areas will be more affected by sea level rise than will mountain ranges." That reduces the probability of all being right to 8%. What a tool! My eyes are opened!
>From: Steve Mussman <sealab at earthlink.net>
>Sent: May 14, 2009 4:16 PM
>To: "coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov" <coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov>
>Subject: [Coral-List] Global Warming Debate
>Here is another example of the efforts
>being put forth by the well organized
>and financed AGW skeptics.This op-ed piece
>appeared today in the Atlanta Journal.
>I believe that it asserts as fact many misconceptions.
>Unless those of you in the scientific community
>are willing to counter attack, these views will
>prevail in the court of public opinion.
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