Climatology’s Startling Error of Physics

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley- Re-Blogged From WUWT

Answers to comments from the original essay on WUWT, here.

I make no apology for returning to the topic of the striking error of physics unearthed by my team of professors, doctors and practitioners of climatology, control theory and statistics. Our discovery the climatology forgot the Sun is shining brings the global-warming scare to an unlamented end. My last article discussing our result attracted more than 800 comments. Here, I propose to answer some of the more frequently-occurring comments, which will be in bold face. Replies are in regular face.

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Common Sense Monics

By Keith Weiner – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

Support you’re driving a car, and you turn the steering wheel left [s/b right. -Bob]. You will feel the door and pillar of the car push your left shoulder (in a left-drive car). This is an observed fact.

Common Sense Physics

One idea—let’s call it common sense physics—is that a force is pushing you outward into the door. If you picture the center of the circle that the car is making in its turn, there is an apparent radial force on you. The direction of this force is outward. It is called centrifugal force.

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Did Official Climatology Know Its Predictions Were Nonsense?

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley – Re-Blogged From http://www.WattsUpWithThat.com

In this series, we have demonstrated beyond reasonable doubt, that after correction of the giant error of physics by which official climatology defined feedbacks in such a way as to exclude or misallocate the large feedback response to emission temperature, global warming in response to doubled CO2 will not be 2-4.5 K with a mid-range estimate of 3.3 K, as the modelers would have us believe, but not much more than 1.2 K.

The question arises: did They know of Their grave error?

They were and are utterly unable to provide a convincing answer to the following question:

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