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Author:  Anthropoid [ Thu Jun 22, 2017 5:37 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 2 Questions to Shut Up Nauseating Global Warming Proslet

nero wrote:
Anthropoid wrote:
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So how do you express that mathematically so it is accounted for in your "models?"

My model has everything in, from the cosmic inflation to Jesus' second coming. :roll:


What is Jesus in numbers? Infinite? or Square root of -1?

Author:  nero [ Fri Jun 23, 2017 3:42 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 2 Questions to Shut Up Nauseating Global Warming Proslet

Anthropoid wrote:
nero wrote:
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My model has everything in, from the cosmic inflation to Jesus' second coming. :roll:


What is Jesus in numbers? Infinite? or Square root of -1?

Absolutely a complex number, the big neural network gives 2.718282+1.618034i.

Whatever that might mean. :roll:

Author:  Anthropoid [ Mon Oct 30, 2017 4:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 2 Questions to Shut Up Nauseating Global Warming Proslet

8:30 onward, some pretty pictures Seneeerio will enjoy . . .

Author:  nero [ Tue Oct 31, 2017 6:48 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 2 Questions to Shut Up Nauseating Global Warming Proslet

Anthropoid wrote:
8:30 onward, some pretty pictures Seneeerio will enjoy . . .

I just wonder how a physicist can deny the CO2 warming effect, a Nobel Laureate or not.

Old, and senile. :roll:

Bishop Barron videos are more lively. :lol:

So it goes.

Author:  Anthropoid [ Tue Oct 31, 2017 6:57 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 2 Questions to Shut Up Nauseating Global Warming Proslet

Don't think he denied CO2 warming effect did he?

One doesn't need to "deny" that adding salt to the ocean is "salinating" it to point out that even enormous truckloads of table salt are nothing compared to what is already in there. Not a great analogy, but the point is: the green house effects of CO^2 are miniscule compared to water vapor, etc.

Author:  nero [ Tue Oct 31, 2017 7:16 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 2 Questions to Shut Up Nauseating Global Warming Proslet

Anthropoid wrote:
Don't think he denied CO2 warming effect did he?

One doesn't need to "deny" that adding salt to the ocean is "salinating" it to point out that even enormous truckloads of table salt are nothing compared to what is already in there. Not a great analogy, but the point is: the green house effects of CO^2 are miniscule compared to water vapor, etc.

The effect of CO2 warming is quite easy to calculate. And indeed H2O the major greenhouse gas on Earth. Without those perky greenhouse gases the Earth would be some 30°C cooler.

The two major predictions of gas house warming are warmer nights, and warmer winters, not extra how summers always.

How is this happening. :roll:

Author:  Anthropoid [ Tue Oct 31, 2017 7:47 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 2 Questions to Shut Up Nauseating Global Warming Proslet

Gets cold here at night, and out of the past 20 years I've spent probably 10 in northern latitudes. I'd say at least half of those years had "colder than average" winters, and a few of them were goddamn cold.

Course, my experience, or your experience are pretty meaningless. What matters are aggregates of data that can account for both local and regional and global patterns.

You didn't pay attention to the pretty graphs though did you? This is all covered in the figures he presents in the latter half of his presentation . . .

Author:  nero [ Sat Nov 04, 2017 5:38 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 2 Questions to Shut Up Nauseating Global Warming Proslet

Anthropoid wrote:
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You didn't pay attention to the pretty graphs though did you? This is all covered in the figures he presents in the latter half of his presentation . . .

Have to to Neptune and Pluto to understand the magnitude of the increase of the solar irradiance. Too bad that none of that have been detected on Earth. Which raises questions about the reliability of the Neptune and Bluto data.

Old Senile your professor. :roll:

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