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But if you want to count all the “uncaveated” statement about Mann et al., you have to count all the other uncaveated statements too.
I assume it contains approx 52 caveated statements, and many more uncaveated statements.
Given this, I also listed (in my original comment #46) an example of an uncaveated statement (i.e. read as “fact”) that could only come from the Mann curve.
You also ignore the important point about the uncaveated “totemising” of Mann’s curve by innumerate groups including NGOs, political bodies, “scientific” groups etc. see “spot the hockey stick” section of this site for many many examples.
I notice in your comment above you talk a lot about the superscript straw man, plenty of other examples to show but didn’t address the uncaveated comment that could only come from Mann’s analysis?