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What math concepts are used in the argument ( or against the argument) of global warming?

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  1. mathteacher1729 Group Title
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    It depends on the argument, really. Not all arguments use legitimate math or science. :-p

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    i think the data analysis part

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    Attached is an open letter from many leading climate climate scientists in the leading international journal about science named... "Science". Math topics are going to be statistical analysis of LARGE data-sets, curve fitting, computing error bounds, etc.

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    ok, thank you both.

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    also, they are using satellite pictures of what places used to look like. You should see Al Gore's "An inconvinent Truth" documentary. It is an eye opener. I hope they are wrong....

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