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At any given wavelength, the observer calculates that 1/4 as many wave cycles (peaktopeak) will fit into the travel distance as the emitter measures.

If you compare peaktopeak and troughtotrough, that graph paints a rather different picture than the GISS graph annual averages shows:

Chart 1 shows that the landdetected storms have a cyclical pattern AMOrelated with a modest peaktopeak rise over 140 years.

I chose 19312006 to cover an AMO peaktopeak period.

The 77year period shown is basically a peaktopeak period.

This shows that, when these brief storms are removed, the landdetected storms show little peaktopeak trend over the last 140 years, and what little increase there is may be due to 1870s recordkeeping or may be due to AGW.

The amplitude of the cycle for this period decreased steadily from a peaktopeak range of 20 per mil in 1966 to 3 per mil in 1980.

I take my measure of capital productivity from econometric rather than algebraic analysis, estimating across the years from the peaks of 1966 to 1989 the longest peaktopeak period for which consistent data comparisons could be made the amount that the productivity growth rate increases over time from each unit increase in the capitallabor ratio.17 The higher this amount, the more productive the capital investments have been.

I take my measure of capital productivity from econometric rather than algebraic analysis, estimating across the years from the peaks of 1966 to 1989 the longest peaktopeak period for which consistent data comparisons could be made the amount that the productivity growth rate increases over time from each unit increase in the capitallabor ratio.17 The higher this amount, the more productive the capital investments have been.

I take my measure of capital productivity from econometric rather than algebraic analysis, estimating across the years from the peaks of 1966 to 1989 the longest peaktopeak period for which consistent data comparisons could be made the amount that the productivity growth rate increases over time from each unit increase in the capitallabor ratio.17 The higher this amount, the more productive the capital investments have been.
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