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|Subject: Re: Sad, really...||Date: 2/11/2013 3:13 AM|
|Author: AjaxofTelamon||Number: 40810 of 74457|
Pssst, Ajax, you might wanna study up on the terms relative humidity and specific humidity to understand their different meanings.
Perhaps you missed this?
Nationally, trends in relative humidity show little change for the period 1947 – 2010
.. according to NOAA, atmospheric humidity has decline the last 15 years:
1. Humidity has not increased the last 66 years and
2. If anything, Humidity declined the last 15 years.
In other words the data contradict your global warming theory which means, your global warming theory is dead. Besides, we had no warming the last 18 years or so despite increasing levels of CO2 - meaning, another contradiction to your global warming theory!
And if the data do not support your theory, you need to toss it out the window and move on. Giving a blizzard a stupid name will not change the fact that your global warming theory is not supported by actual data.
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