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I have to point out that the data Phil points to only shows warming over the last 50 years. I don’t see why this should be an indicator of things going bad or climate going out of control give the Earths billion years or so of climate history. I agree, the earth is warming up. Has anyone considered external factors as well like the sun actually heating up more causing the earth to warm up as well? Sure you cant take multiple temperature readings from a variety of indicators but what is the REAL cause of the temperature rise? I am no expert and I have no real knowledge on the subject. What I don’t like are people using temperature readings to point to global warming and sighting pollution/green house gasses etc as the cause of it without any direct link. Its easy to say pollution causes global warming but I have yet to see a study that clearly identifies human pollution as the root cause of it. All the data I have seen so far has been correlated to human pollution and not directly linked. Surely; a 50 year warming trend when compared to the billion year history can’t be the end all of the discussion.

In this context, uncertainty depends on both the accuracy and precision of the measurement instrument. The lower the accuracy and precision of an instrument, the larger the measurement uncertainty is. Notice that precision is often determined as the standard deviation of the repeated measures of a given value, namely using the same method described above to assess measurement uncertainty. However, this method is correct only when the instrument is accurate. When it is inaccurate, the uncertainty is larger than the standard deviation of the repeated measures, and it appears evident that the uncertainty does not depend only on instrumental precision.

By far, there are more deaths due to heat than to cold. Compare the summer heat wave death toll in Europe with the current cold snap in Europe, for example. Also, this isn’t cold vs hot equation. Warming climate = more moisture in the air = more extreme precipitation events such as flooding rains, heavy snowfalls, all of which cause deaths, sometimes in the tens of thousands. See how the . was hammered last year by numerous record floods and temperatures. Imagine how a poor or developing country would be affected (less resources, infrastructure, to deal with extreme events).

For every ship discussed here, there is a comparable ship plan. Ships sunk During the course of WWII, over 1,500 ships were sunk: in the Pacific, by German submarines in the North Atlantic, the French Fleet at Toulon, on the Murmansk run. The oceanographer, Bob Ballard, who had devoted life to underwater research, has even located and photographed the . Yorktown, destroyed during the battle of Midway in 1942 and now resting 17,000 feet below the waves. His book "Graveyards of the Pacific" offers exactly what readers expect, including a Japanese torpedo at Pearl Harbor. Sources: Public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships

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For every ship discussed here, there is a comparable ship plan. Ships sunk During the course of WWII, over 1,500 ships were sunk: in the Pacific, by German submarines in the North Atlantic, the French Fleet at Toulon, on the Murmansk run. The oceanographer, Bob Ballard, who had devoted life to underwater research, has even located and photographed the . Yorktown, destroyed during the battle of Midway in 1942 and now resting 17,000 feet below the waves. His book "Graveyards of the Pacific" offers exactly what readers expect, including a Japanese torpedo at Pearl Harbor. Sources: Public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships

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