2 thoughts on “Curry: 400(?) years of warming”

  1. Whenever I see mention of ‘since such-and-such a date’ in the context of a climatological discussion, I immediately recognize that I am dealing with bias.
    Currently we are in transition from a climate that was almost perfectly independent of anthropogenic influences to one that *may* be measurably affected by human activity.
    There is no single moment when the factors influencing climate cease to be solely natural and start to be anthropogenic.
    The climate factors operative in 1951 and later are the same as those active in 1949 and before, with the only difference being an almost imperceptible shift in emphasis.
    To cherry-pick data after a given date and dismiss whatever data came before that date is not only disingenuous and mendacious, it reveals willful ignorance.

  2. Thanks for this message. Professor Curry is a talented climatologist at Georgia Tech who remained true to the principles of science, when lucrative grant funds were going to those who endorsed AGW (anthropologic global warming) dogma.

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel
    Principal NASA Investigator
    for the Apollo Moon Program

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