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David Rose 16 Jan 15
NASA releases 2014 temps, claims record in press release, doesn't mention error range is five times 0.02C "record"
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David Rose 17 Jan 15
Replying to @ClimateOfGavin
But because this wasn't in the press release, outlets as impotrant as the BBC and the Guardian didn't mention it.
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Gavin Schmidt 17 Jan 15
Replying to @DavidRoseUK
both of those sources were on the call & had the presentation and so heard all the details.
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BJW 16 Jan 15
whatwas written? (press release) url for it?
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BJW 16 Jan 15
can't see any mention of error range here Best to say about same as 2010,within error?
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Spence on Science 16 Jan 15
would have been addressed more convincingly if they had compared to a satellite record
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Penthouse Sidebar 17 Jan 15
.@cbfool Now Gavin is hiding the coin flip.
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Penthouse Sidebar 17 Jan 15
. Did you say what are the odds 2014 is the warmest year then flip a coin?
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Tony Heller 17 Jan 15
Apparently was not in on your call, because the official press release made no mention of uncertainty.
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Tony Heller 17 Jan 15
There is 0% chance it was the hottest year ever. Didn't used to be a space agency?
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