Tuesday, March 21, 2023

All the geophysics sites are leaving

 When the whole climate change thing started, they were very proud of the charts.  The rise up to 2016 was rapid, and probably a combination of two cycles.  Everything was based on the spurious correlation of co2 (going up anyway), and temperature.  All the models echoed this correlation because they manually forced it in, claiming that they couldn't match the results without forcing it.

All other geophysics was floundering because all this broke every law of physics in the books.  They had to come up with a magic link to water vapour.  Nobody actually measured what the co2 was doing, which would have been easy, but would give a negative result.

Thus, we entered our great era of 'no physics' and even 'no logical thought'.  This caused trillions of wasted money because nobody could use a chart to locate or build windmills, etc.  Engineers were thrown out, and it all 'just had to look good'.  

Now, we are in a great discussion of whether we have hit 1.5C, or whether we are close, etc.  They are in a bit of a pickle, because the doomers want to say 1.5, and the 'hopefuls' want to say 'almost there' but we can make it if we destroy the world economy.  No charts are available.

The few people who publish charts are being knocked out because there are no charts that support this, so it is best not to have any.  I suspect that even nooa will stop the charts.  

That puts me out of business.  We'll just have colder and colder weather, and I'll have to say 'dunno'.  I did expect that people would question all this eventually, but, no, it won't happen.  I'll just stick to earthquakes, the study of which allows measurements.  

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