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On the Futility of Climate Models: 'Simplistic Nonsense'

Science & Tech  (tags: design, research, modeling, verifiable results, environment, energy, climate )

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As an engineer, my first experience of a computer model taught me nearly all I needed to know about models. Some people suggested I make use of the acoustic coupler to input my design and optimise it.The results were encouraging,the circuit a failure.


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John Farnham (52)
Tuesday January 6, 2015, 9:47 pm
I tried to post an article citing negative German experience with 'green' tech complete with charts and citations. I can't be bothered posting something I suspect sheer drivel - but the hype is timely for driving government actions to futility. From the WWF ( activist organization )

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Wednesday January 7, 2015, 3:52 am
Any child can see that this, 'our' , i.e. mostly the "white (suit-wearing) men's" (machine)Cult(ure) is killing Eaarth. And that what can't go on won't. No computers or fancy models required at all.

And anyone who has lived for a few decades will probably have noticed that weather patterns and the climate are changing. Without requiring as much as a thermometer.


John Farnham (52)
Thursday January 8, 2015, 4:12 pm
Weather patterns and climate are changing - and always have. To be whimsical ... for everything there is a season. A physicist I quip with merely noted a home weather station he had kept for years indicated changes...but not trends. The seesaw nature of readings is extreme enough the idea of finding a subtle pattern looks ridiculous on the face of it...certainly not a matter of 1/100ths of a degree when you are lucky to get readings accurate to one over time...and points of keeping records are so sparse on our water covered globe ( and water transports energy like crazy in all its changes of state )
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