All Scientists are Sceptics ~Professor Bob Carter

Whenever someone asserts that a scientific question is “settled,” they tell me immediately that they don’t understand the first thing about science. Science is never settled. Dr David Deming

Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of the science of climate change is the lack of any real substance in attempts to justify the hypothesis ~Professor Stewart Franks

A lie told often enough becomes the truth.
-- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin - See more at: http://thepeoplescube.com/lenin/lenin-s-own-20-monster-quotes-t185.html#sthash.aTrSI3tG.dpuf
A lie told often enough becomes the truth.
-- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin - See more at: http://thepeoplescube.com/lenin/lenin-s-own-20-monster-quotes-t185.html#sthash.aTrSI3tG.dpuf
A lie told often enough becomes the truth.
-- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin - See more at: http://thepeoplescube.com/lenin/lenin-s-own-20-monster-quotes-t185.html#sthash.aTrSI3tG.dpuf

Monday, 1 August 2011

NZCLIMATE TRUTH NEWSLETTER NO 270

NZCLIMATE TRUTH NEWSLETTER NO 270

By Dr Vincent Gray.

AUGUST 1ST 2011

TOWARDS A RATIONAL CLIMATE MODEL
 

I have devoted several recent newsletters to pointing out the absurdities of the assumptions behind the climate models favoured by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. I have recently realised that these absurdities are already explained as part of the scientific discipline called meteorology. It is therefore possible to propose the necessary requirements for a rational and scientifically based climate model by listing the necessary requirements and speculating how they might be used as the basis for a comprehensive climate model.

I have been particularly impressed by the graphical description of the basic properties of the climate by the online notes published by Lyndon State College Atmospheric Sciences | 1001 College Road | Lyndonville, Vermont 05851 at

http://apollo.lsc.vsc.edu/classes/met130/index.htmlhttp://apollo.lsc.vsc.edu/classes/met130/index.html.
I give examples from Chapter 3 at

http://apollo.lsc.vsc.edu/classes/met130/notes/chapter3/index.html

Let us start with the Sun.



                 

There needs to be three separate sets of models, each of which can have a rational average. They are
  •  6am to noon, where sun increases in a regular fashion and radiation tries to increase
  • Noon to 6pm where sun declines in a regular fashion and radiation tries to decline
  • 6pm to 6am where there is no sun and all radiation declines.

There would have to be a range of models to handle latitude and seasonal changes.

Earth Temperature lags behind the Sun, but can be handled by only two basic models,

  • 6am to 3-5 pm with an increase;
  • 3-5pm to 6 am with a fall.

However, The second graph plots energy. which is proportional to the fourth power of absolute temperature so the two averages will correspond to  higher temperatures than the averages in the first curve.


Then the temperature of the atmosphere is determined by convection, with a difference between day and night



All of these models need sets of modifications for latitude and seasons.
The pervasive influence of water vapour, clouds, rain and snow, and aerosols are additional complications.

A rational climate model should be based on the above considerations, but at present we lack the data or the computation power  to provide an effective forecasting system which can goes further than that which exists at present. However, the gross oversimplification of the current climate models means that they can never be successful.

The college also gives notes on the greenhouse theory, which fail to address its defects.

I might just mention that although I am not a meteorologist I once ran a weather station on the roof of my secondary school from 1937-1939. We were all terribly keen and took it in turns to read the instruments every day, even during weekends and school holidays. Each day there was a weather forecast on the bulletin board. 

The temperature fell during school holidays because the boilers were shut down.

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