It was a cutesy long godzilla hockey-stick — “scary” to the unwary.It’s easy to make a scary historical-looking temperature graph — so easy that the artist probably didn’t even know how.
For those of you that are not familiar with Hack MIT: It is a hackathon and solving the puzzles gives you a chance for a slot to register and attend. —Hack MIT is MIT’s headline hackathon, with over 1000 undergraduate attendees from around the globe.Several others lauded the idea, including keithl, Eutychus, and Cas Cat. Fans, noting Doctorow's lack of careful instruction-following, determined how the speech ought to have been presented, given an estimated start of pm British Summer Time and proceeding at the rate of one word per hour.On April 4, 2014, it was announced that "Time" had been nominated in the Best Graphic Story category of the Hugo awards. It would have finished over five days later, in the early morning hours of the following Saturday.Then take the models that didn’t work for the last twenty years, and run with the errors to the next century… I took the 14,000 pixel cartoon and squeezed it to one shot that shows the curve that matters. ) The secret to a good hockey-stick graph is to never use the same type of data from start to end.If things like tree rings and ice bubbles were so good at measuring the temperature circa 5,015 BC, why don’t we use them in 2015?