Pants-of-dog wrote:@Truth To Power
I pointed out that your graph showing a trendless 60 year cycle did not show a spike in temperature at the same time that Solanki measured increased solar activity.
Because as I explained to you so very clearly and patiently, they are two completely different phenomena. Solanki was studying century- to millennium-scale variations in solar activity, and the ~60y temperature cycle has nothing to do with solar variation.
You then replied that “The temperature records have been retroactively falsified”.
Which is also true, but is not related to the other two phenomena.
This means that either you meant that Solanki’s work is falsified, or the graph you cited is falsiifed.
No, that is just you committing another logical fallacy.
You said it here:
So as readers can confirm for themselves, not what you now claim, above, that I said.
And you are shifting the goalposts about your conspiracy theory.
You were originally claiming that the funding only came from one source.
The great majority of it.
Now you are claiming that the temperature data only comes from one source.
No, the global
temperature data climate scientists base their research on comes from one source, the same source as most of the funding.
Please try to keep track of your arguments.
Oh, I do. But it's obvious you can't.