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

    Does Space Expand?

  • If you compare peak-to-peak and trough-to-trough, that graph paints a rather different picture than the GISS graph annual averages shows:

    Waldo in Bagdarin, Siberia « Climate Audit

  • Chart 1 shows that the land-detected storms have a cyclical pattern AMO-related with a modest peak-to-peak rise over 140 years.

    Atlantic Hurricane Track Versions « Climate Audit

  • I chose 1931-2006 to cover an AMO peak-to-peak period.

    YTD Hurricane Activity « Climate Audit

  • The 77-year period shown is basically a peak-to-peak period.

    YTD Hurricane Activity « Climate Audit

  • This shows that, when these brief storms are removed, the land-detected storms show little peak-to-peak trend over the last 140 years, and what little increase there is may be due to 1870s record-keeping or may be due to AGW.

    Atlantic Hurricane Track Versions « Climate Audit

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

    KTH, Stockholm Conference « Climate Audit

  • 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 peak-to-peak 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 capital-labor ratio.17 The higher this amount, the more productive the capital investments have been.

    FAT and MEAN

  • 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 peak-to-peak 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 capital-labor ratio.17 The higher this amount, the more productive the capital investments have been.

    FAT and MEAN

  • 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 peak-to-peak 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 capital-labor ratio.17 The higher this amount, the more productive the capital investments have been.

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