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+ - Is Climate Science Mathematically Correct?->

Submitted by Sara Chan
Sara Chan (138144) writes "A British mathematician says that the statistical basis of global warming is incorrect, and so the calculations used to determine whether Earth is significantly warming are wrong. According to him, the statistics show that the apparent increase in global temperatures would be better explained by random chance than by other forces. The Wall Street Journal has the story (free version on author's site)."
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Is Climate Science Mathematically Correct?

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