- Every property of the climate is instantly variable. The properties are so skewed that no average can be measured
- A forecast can cover ±2 degrees, with a bias of ±1 degree for only a few days
Note to the Warmists:
Your people assume the thermal as some sense and make it worse by using the figures as constants when there is considerable uncertainties. Also you treat a highly variable temperature sequence as statically valid. They even take fractions of a degree.
A statistical uncertainty is be considered to be very great but how is it derived there is talk of a constant. In addition the figures for the supposed balance are variable and the carbon dioxide, like all the atmospheric values, is variable but is shown by satellites to be varied.
It is understandable that all of you are stuck into this mass.