XogGyux wrote:Yes. Solid plan. Lets ignore science and data,
No, let's remember that science is not the same as data, which can be faked.
and instead ask a 80-100 year old person if they remember a ~1C (on average) temperature increase over the last 80 years as compared to when they were children.
Ultimately, we can only trust actual physical events
. Data can be manipulated, cherry-picked, altered, adjusted, falsified. Whether there is enough ice to skate on the local pond is a physical fact.
Because we all know that personal anecdote is more reliable than data and science.Actual physical events
are more reliable than manipulated, charry-picked, and even falsified data. I remember in the 1960s, older relatives from Britain complaining that they had not had a proper summer since the War. That fact has now been erased from the "science" and "data."
That kids have excellent ability to subjectively record temperature, and elderly have excellent memory and that none of this is absolutely subjective at all.
The fact that one could not skate on the local pond in the winter in the 1930s and 40s, but could in the 1960s and 70s, is not subjective at all.