EPIC MEDIA FAIL: CNBC Stooge vs Sen. Inhofe on Climategate

Crazed CNBC guy, interrupting all the time.


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    ptsp 7 years ago

    Wobble Theory identifies where the current CO2 computer models fail to comply with the laws of physics such as conservation of energy & the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics,
    and the identification of the forces and energy of gravity from the sun and planets which adds variable levels of energy due to variations in planetary eccentricity, to the Earth.
    The much larger energy from gravity is NOT addressed in the computer models. The CO2 models should also suffer from the same fatal flaw as the current Milankovitch theory in that there is insufficient energy from solar insolation variations to achieve the observed temperature changes.
    The variations of energy from the gravities from the planets is correlated with the measured Earth temperatures for centuries.
    The variations explain why the Earth temperature goes up AND down over time, whereas the increase of CO2 only attempts to explain temperature increases.
    The Wobble theory integrates with shorter term daily seasonal and annual temperature variations ALSO caused by factors external to the Earth, and the longer term Milankovitch factors associated with Earth eccentricity to give a consistent explanation of Earth temperatures. The Wobble theory also identifies that the energy from the force of gravity also supplies the missing energy that was a failure of the Milankovitch Theory.


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    ptsp 7 years ago

    ..his Climateaudit.org Weblog—does something much more important: It illustrates the uncertainty of a science presented as so infallible as to justify huge new taxes on rich countries along with bribes to poor ones in order to halt their fossil-fueled climbs to prosperity. Mr. McIntyre offers what many in the field do not: rigor.

    In 2007, Mr. McIntyre found a technical gaffe that forced NASA to correct itself and admit that 1934, not 1998, was the warmest year recorded in the continental U.S.

    “At the beginning I innocently assumed there would be due diligence for all this stuff. … So often my mouth would drop, when I realized no one had really looked into it.”


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