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Earth Temperature Anomalies are Not 2nd Degree Polynomial Behaviors

Authors: Joel M WIlliams

This article illustrates that the rising, but shot-gun-appearing, annual temperatures for the contiguous US since 1900 are not properly described by either a linear or a 2nd degree polynomial.

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[v1] 2015-06-25 12:44:16

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