Saturday, September 19, 2020

Carbon warming is a failed hypothesis


We live in fun times.  In the beginning there were 2 charts, rising global temperatures, and rising carbon dioxide.  As well, we had the flood of satellite data, which was all new.  (See the backgrounder to the right)

The original hypothesis was boring and broken.  It merely stated that the rise in co2 would act as a thermal blanket and we would have uniform global warming.  That failed, and they continued to 'modify' it, which is not allowed.  Now, it is extreme differences, which means hot and cold, dry and wet.  It's like saying 'black can be white, or even orange.'

This is a good basis for media stories,  but you wouldn't want to build a nuclear plant on that type of logic, but they are anyway. :)  Anyway, this article confirms that on Tuesday, global warming is dry, and on Thursdays, it is wet.  Other times, it is hot in Siberia, and then cold in Canada.

Everything is after the fact, and is useless to predict anything.  Every day they extrapolate, and the day after, they change it.  Global temperatures are going down, but that's the Evil Jet Stream.  I love it, and hope nobody bothers me.  However, I would never 'deny' their religion of the day, too many people are making a ton of money, and they would 'Hamilton Mob' me in a minute, while drinking the blood of dead babies.  :)  (I put in that conspiracy for Pens).


Penny said...

Your disavowal of the carbon warming hypothesis puts you squarely in the derogatory "conspiracy theorist" category.

Hey neighbour! ;)

Penny said...

you might like this one--- about consumers of human flesh

A new book on medicinal cannibalism has revealed that possibly as recently as the end of the 18th century British royalty swallowed parts of the human body.
Even as they denounced the barbaric cannibals of the New World, they applied, drank, or wore powdered Egyptian mummy, human fat, flesh, bone, blood, brains and skin.

Moss taken from the skulls of dead soldiers was even used as a cure for nosebleeds, according to Dr Richard Sugg at Durham University.

The Royals are very weird... not a shocker.
I mean Prince Charles is an avowed "green" who is pushing military law to fight "climate change"- to much inbreeding and weird consumption habits

Harold Asmis said...

Moss taken from a rolling stone -- very rare.