> >> > Do you actually know how to think straight? > > >> Nice, two paragraphs without any relation with the data followed by an > >> ad hominem. The facts remain unchanged: > >> June 2012 : 2382 out of 171,422 : 1.9% > >> June 1933 : 5957 out of 36150 : 16.5% > >> And you show (once more) who doesn't know how to think straight. > >> Congratulation for your so numerous example of fallacies. > > > Look at the context and turn you denier visor down. What's the odds of > > getting a plethora of global temperatures 2 years after a record global > > temperature year, when we are in a year which containes a La Nina? It's > > like saying there was a global temperature record in 1998, then no more > > for 7 years, so GW has stopped. Oh, that is what you think, isn't it? > > 171,422/36,150=28,8 times more opportunities to set a new record in 2012 > than in 1933,
If anyone who has passed _one_ college level math course sees this nonsense.