In order to quantify climate change, centennial length records are needed. Over this period, the accuracy debate has almost exclusively focused on potential human bias. For example, thermometers change with technology and often, so do their exact locations.
Professor of physics at McGill University
" <em>Big and small, fast and slow: our planet is random yet predictable.</em>" <br> <br> Shaun Lovejoy is <a href="http://www.physics.mcgill.ca/~gang/Lovejoy.htm" rel="nofollow">professor of physics at McGill University</a>. He is the author of: <em>The weather and climate: Emergent laws and multifractal cascades</em>.
The GNF theory falls apart when tested against multiproxy temperatures spanning the four centuries from 1500 to 1900. Multiproxy temperatures are estimated from data obtained from thousands of tree rings, bore holes, ice cores, lake sediments, pollen and other indicators of past temperatures.
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