Putting NASA's Climate 'Error' Into Perspective

Our Spin is Better Than Yours: NASA's Hype Gets the Third Degree, Wired

"Let's say the temperature average for the last decade is 14.438 degrees celsius, roughly the average temperature of the last five years of the 1990s. Obviously it's going to be higher, but this works to illustrate the degree of NASA's error. That temperature of 14.438 degrees celsius becomes becomes 14.443. That's how important NASA's error is. That's the difference between a fraudulent hype and and total irrelevance. Point zero zero five degrees. I think my "spin" is a whole lot more truthful than Greg's."

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