Settled Science

Now I have warned you about this, Pelosi is calling the troops in to a special session. The teacher has canceled recess. She wants to start the lame duck session early. Watch this very carefully. Remember that while Houbama is dazzling you with this hand the other hand is doing the dirty work. Do not take this lightly, this is how we got Obamacare. Wasn’t it Christmas or something?

Anyway, that was just an alarm sounding, I wanted to explain a little to you about Algore’s “settled science”. This settled science thing is based on a lot of unsettled things. To begin let’s take the computer models themselves. The majority of them are performed by physicists. What does that mean? Well, if a meteorologists was performing the experiment it would be too intense to be handled by todays technology. What does that suggest to you? Settled science?

As I understand it there is an almost biological complexity to the climate. This suggests unknown variables. Variables such as clouds. Clouds, apparently, have a profound affect on the weather. But, the climate modelers do not understand clouds so they either omit them from their model or substitute a value of their choosing. As I understand it clouds are water vapor and water vapor is one of the most abundant greenhouse gases. In other words it accounts for a large percentage of climate control. How can this be? How would you go about omitting this from your model? Is this settled science?

Now let’s consider the actual temperature. The most accurate surface temperature we have going that they use for all these “calculations” comes from the Observatory at Mauna Loa in Hawaii. Here’s where the trouble with this starts, Mauna Loa has only been around for fifty-two years. Does that even show up on the infamous “hockey stick graph”? If you’re going to proclaim “global warming” based on fifty-two years of records (of which the last twelve have shown a decline) I think I’ll take my business elsewhere.

Now, you’re probably saying that I don’t know what I’m talking about, and you’d be right, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night. Actually I read “Heaven and Earth” by Ian Plimer and I am currently reading “Climate Confusion” by Roy Spencer. Both doctors, one a geologist and the other a meteorologist. I’m learning all kinds of things about this science that is not settled. I don’t have to know everything, just that apparently the science is not settled. Until next time, screw environmentalists.

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