In Climate Science, No Correlation Is Causation

In the US, the frequency of 95F (35C) days has dropped sharply since the 1930’s.

There is some correlation between the frequency of 95 degree days, and the average annual maximum temperature.

There is good correlation between the frequency of hot days and the average summer maximum temperature.

Not surprisingly, the frequency of 95 degree days correlates very well with the frequency of 90 degrees days.

There is perfect correlation between the frequency of 95 degree days, and the frequency of 95 degree days.

However, there is no correlation between the frequency of hot days and atmospheric CO2. If anything, there is anti-correlation.

So which one do climate scientists latch on to? The only relationship which shows anti-correlation. Climate science is a 100% fact-free venture, and the biggest clown show on Earth.

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10 Responses to In Climate Science, No Correlation Is Causation

  1. Colorado Wellington says:

    They are scientists. They know correlation is not causation. So when there is no correlation, it must be causation.

    Climate Science©®

  2. Squidly says:

    If CO2 could affect our global temperature, then it would surely cool it.

    That is why CO2 is the most widely used industrial coolant in the world. And that is why every ice-skating rink in Canada uses CO2 to freeze their ice (saves more than 60% energy costs).

    I would encourage people to discover why CO2 makes for such a good coolant, and why it is impossible for atmospheric CO2 to cause warming. The answer is quite simple. No PhD required (and expressly frowned upon)

  3. just a thought says:

    “In Climate Science, No Correlation Is Causation” – Tony

    Or, as I’ve read somewhere, “Climate reality isn’t supported by the data.”

  4. AndyDC says:

    I know there is a very strong correlation between fake climate news and extreme left wing politics (a desire to destroy our Constitution, deprive us of our freedom, and impose a Marxist dictatorship).

  5. RW says:

    Late, but, mind adding the r values? And by how much do the adjustments change the magnitude and direction of those values?

  6. Griff says:

    You can go here and see a week’s change in the sea ice to 20th August. It is still melting up there, still heading for 4th lowest extent,2278.msg168621.html#msg168621

    • spike55 says:

      “still heading for 4th lowest extent”


      You KNOW that there were probably 9500+ years during the Holocene when the extent was considerably lower than now.

      The start point of your CHILDISH and DELIBERATE IGNORANCE was the LARGEST extent outside the Little Ice Age.

      You are making an abject fool of yourself, with you Climate Change DENIAL.

    • spike55 says:

      Arctic sea ice is going to end up around 20+ times the area of the UK this year, griff.


      .. and much of it is still quite thick.

      Just under 5 Wadhams….

      So much for all the MORONIC “ice-free” predictions.

      No wonder you sound so INCREDIBLY DESPERATE. :-)

    • neal s says:

      So where is all that cargo traffic that was supposed to be going through the NWP all without icebreaker support? Is the NWP even open?

    • Gator says:

      … still heading for 4th lowest extent

      Coming from the “everybody gets a trophy” generation. I can’t ever remember crowing about a fake fourth place. But then I don’t hate poor brown people.

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