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Why, And How, We Are Cooling Down
Hmm... there is no "Green House Effect" -

New Insights on the Physical Nature of the Atmospheric Greenhouse Effect Deduced from an Empirical Planetary Temperature Model

From the paper:

Quote:A key entailment from the model is that the atmospheric ‘greenhouse effect’ currently viewed as a radiative phenomenon is in fact an adiabatic (pressure-induced) thermal enhancement analogous to compression heating and independent of atmospheric composition. Consequently, the global down-welling long-wave flux presently assumed to drive Earth’s surface warming appears to be a product of the air temperature set by solar heating and atmospheric pressure. In other words, the so-called ‘greenhouse back radiation’ is globally a result of the atmospheric thermal effect rather than a cause for it.
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Radiative Equilibrium or Radiative Poppycock?

by Alan Siddons, August 2008

"What animates global warming concerns is an imaginary law of physics called "radiative
equilibrium". Energy out must equal energy in, this “law” says. Which does sound plausible on
the face of it. In this view, however, if the light emitted by a heated object is suppressed in some
way, its radiant energy will increase past the level of radiant input until it breaks through the
barrier... in obedience to this “law”.This notion originates from a long-ago misconception about how glass greenhouses work, thus the family name this "effect" goes by. It was believed that glass blocked the passage of "dark radiation" (infrared) and kept storing energetic photons inside it. Once those photons had accumulated enough power to overcome the glass barrier, radiative equilibrium was achieved.So this is the scenario: sunlight enters, heat is generated and dark light is emitted. This dark light is amplified because of the blockage and finally exits at the same magnitude as the entering sunlight. But only after the light "trapped" inside has raised the greenhouse's temperature. Since the barrier will keep raising the temperature until the barrier is broken, increasing the barrier's strength will get you any amount of internal heat you want. (If only that were true...)It is 19th century poppycock. And here’s a telltale sign of it: Why do you always see a "layer of greenhouse gases" depicted overhead in illustrations about the “greenhouse effect”, when in fact these molecules are at their densest concentration right at your feet?

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This just occurred over in Jack's neck of the woods the other day. Shock

Denver Drops 72 Degrees In 40 Hours, Lands In All-Time Top Temp Swings
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For all you Euros, "Its the sun Stupid!".  Suddenly Europe is being slammed by another Beast From The East, called "Son of The Beast".  And its wrecking havoc again, just like before.

You can see here just what is going on: Update on the Arctic airmass outbreak across Europe this weekend



'The Beast from the East' Vol.2: Heavy Snowfall Hits UK Again (PHOTO, VIDEO).  So the blokes are not being ignored either.  Spiteful
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And the southern hemisphere is no exception either.  



Welcome to the New Grand Solar Minimum Folks!
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Snowfall in NH above TWO Standard Deviations at this time.
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Spring is coming quite late to the Northeast this year. People are going to have to get used to this sort of thing in the future, because the Grand Solar Minimum is only just beginning. Spiteful

Spring Snowstorm Hits Queens, NY - 4/2/2018


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David over at Adapt2030 is letting everyone know that the AGW cult have already "jumped the shark", and the Wall Street Journal has now called them out on this.

Global Climate Shift Amplification Media Pushes Global Cooling to Protect Themselves (642)




In other words, the masquerade is finally over.  And the Arctic sea ice data simply proves this.  Its going to be interesting to see how the media manages to actually admit that the emperor really hasn't been wearing any clothes, all along.  

Oh, and now is a good time for James Hansen to start looking for that ultimate 'hide-away' in the outback. S13
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Hey Bill, Ron, did you hear or read about this today? It says that the temperature of some places around Lake Michigan managed to drop by 30F, over night. Wow! I hear its getting very cold up there, but this..........................

Lake Michigan water temperatures drop, could pose hypothermia risk
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A thirty-degree drop in the weather is not unheard of for Michigan. We are surrounded by Great Lakes that cause strange conditions. We don't get as much snow as we do get "Lake-effect." Buffalo ends up with the deep snow banks.
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Early start to winter in progress.

Record-setting early snowfall in Japan

Global cooling – Turkey hit by summer snowfall

Snow in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming

August snow in Germany and Austria

Early snow in Italy

Snow in Slovenia in August

Where is that awesome CO2 when we need him, he on vacation?
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Roy Spencer Wrote:Between 2005 and 2017, the global network of thousands of Argo floats have measured an average temperature increase of the upper half of the ocean of 0.04 deg. C. That’s less than 0.004 C/year, an inconceiveably small number.
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(01-14-2019, 08:25 PM)Fredledingue Wrote:
Roy Spencer Wrote:Between 2005 and 2017, the global network of thousands of Argo floats have measured an average temperature increase of the upper half of the ocean of 0.04 deg. C. That’s less than 0.004 C/year, an inconceiveably small number.

That is interesting, considering the fact that we are entering another Grand Solar Minimum, which is characterized by a huge increase in earthquakes and volcanic activity. Since the bottom of the ocean is closer to the mantel than we are, its no wonder that undersea volcanoes are so much more present.
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The ARGO floats measure only the upper 2000 meters of the Ocean. They do not cover all of the Ocean's surface, only a small amount.

So, my question would be: Do they really measure the "upper half of the Ocean"?
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I just couldn't resist.  S6

Groundhog Day - Your Weather Forecast




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