The behavior of Climatist believers reminds me of a story by Korney Chukovsky (1882 – 1969), a well-known Russian writer and child psychologist: Continue reading Climate Alarm as Childish Fears
Can you guess whose slogan that might be? Burundi Council of Ministers — wrong answer. A band of hallucinating patients in a psychiatric hospital — wrong again.
This is the United States Global Change Research Program! Its full slogan: Thirteen Agencies, One Vision: Empower the Nation with Global Change Science. Among the participating thirteen agencies are the Department of Defense, NASA, NSF, the State Department, the Department of Energy, and the Department of the Interior.
“Thirteen Agencies, One Delusion” would be more accurate.
When it seems that the climatist propaganda cannot get more bizarre, it does get more bizarre! This time the climatists enlisted … a gorilla. See Discovery Channel: Koko the Gorilla’s Important Message About Climate Change. Gorilla Koko allegedly said (in sign language): Man Koko love. Earth Koko love. But man stupid. … Koko sorry. Koko cry. Time hurry. Fix Earth! Help Earth! Hurry. Continue reading Gorilla Koko joins alarmist consensus !!!
Update: our most powerful supercomputer, currently Titan Cray XK7, capable of 27 Petaflops, is also surrendered to run climate models now! Not surprising that we are trailing China (Tianhe-2). On the topic of the computing power: its increase cannot help climate models. Solutions for Navier–Stokes equations are unstable for all but very simple special cases.
Originally published on 10/21/2015: inspired by this press-release from Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, boasting a new super-computer capable of 212 Teraflops, I’ve decided that a Teraflop is an excellent unit to measure the otherwise countless failures of the “climate scientists.” (1 Teraflop = 1 trillion flops.) Continue reading “Climate Science”, appropriately measured in Teraflops
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has made an astonishing discovery: the North Pole is on land. Continue reading NOAA discovers land at the North Pole