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2013-07-26 08:51:15 PM
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Cucullen: Before you stain your trousers, hippies, you might read the original research. From the article alone it says the yearly precipitation predicted had some pretty big error bars that don't agree with other peoples models. I don't know how he got that 56% number, but if he just ran the model a bunch of times and took the mean value assuming zero mean Gaussian process noise then that number is bogus.


Climate science, dude. The issue is too important to get bogged down in minutiae like, is this data real or made up.
2013-07-26 04:33:36 PM
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Before you stain your trousers, hippies, you might read the original research. From the article alone it says the yearly precipitation predicted had some pretty big error bars that don't agree with other peoples models. I don't know how he got that 56% number, but if he just ran the model a bunch of times and took the mean value assuming zero mean Gaussian process noise then that number is bogus.
 
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