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27-10-2019 20:09
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Amanbir Grewal wrote: ... they drink that shit right up at night. the carbon cycle is being disturbed.

now what is a cycle?

THIS is a carbon cycle.




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The Stefan-Boltzman equation doesn't come up with the correct temperature if greenhouse gases are not considered - Hank

:*sigh* Not the "raw data" crap. - Leafsdude

IB STILL hasn't explained what Planck's Law means. Just more hand waving that it applies to everything and more asserting that the greenhouse effect 'violates' it.- Ceist
27-10-2019 20:27
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VernerHornung wrote:
tmiddles wrote:
The thing that exposes every doom and gloom environmental alarmist for being uninformed is that not only do they not discuss it they are largely ignorant of it or convinced its not true. I think it's the single biggest story of the last 100 years.

We can understand Greta's only 16 and on her first environmental fad. I'm old enough to have witnessed four of them come and three leave the stage. Curious how you can't even find a copy of The Population Bomb (Paul Ehrlich) anymore. Pesticides morphed from birds with soft-shelled eggs to GMO Frankenfoods on the margin and WWIII burst when the Wall fell and they closed the test sites. All are still serious issues, but none mean instant doom.

We've another tale of woe, just the substance is now CO2. At least Greta has enough warning to sail the Atlantic on tour. We Cold War young'uns expected to have minutes and I still rate nuclear weapons a graver threat to the globe than climate change. The faddism scatters our approach to problems, leading to a huge UN bureaucracy worrying over CO2 amid seeming unconcern with the fact that Trump's throwing the arms control treaties out the window. Then we have those cross-fiddles, Antinukes denying us a carbon-free, on-demand power source while they condemn Poland for burning coal.

We need a balance. Yes, fossil fuels will have to be curbed lest production declines choke our economy or CO2 accumulate to the point a real climate adversity ensues. Yet IPCC doesn't even have energy on its plate. There's a mix of universal health care, education, food security, women, Indigenous people and access to energy, the last of which will actually cause more CO2. These are desirable social goods in poor countries—I'm not stone-hearted about human needs—but they're not what IPCC should be focused on, which is research on how to develop a cleaner power picture.


YOU don't get to dictate energy markets.


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27-10-2019 20:28
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tmiddles wrote:
VernerHornung wrote:...environmental fad...Pesticides morphed from birds with soft-shelled eggs to GMO Frankenfoods...
Yeah there is a definite flavor of the month pattern. My theory is that humans are wired for a dragon slayer mentality. The BIG FOE is always described with equal gravity it seems and for all political groups. Terrorism, Communism, Environmentalism, Social Justice, Heresy, there's always something to hang your helmet on.



All of which you and your religion supports.


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01-11-2019 13:56
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Into the Night wrote:
tmiddles wrote: Almost everything is constantly changing. The Earth orbits the sun and just won't sit still dammit!!! The position of the Earth is unknown!!
It is known for any point in time.
Yes we can gather data and assume there are not surprises and come up with a rough idea. JUST LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.

Into the Night wrote:The position of Earth at any point in time is knowable. The temperature of the Earth at any point in time is not.
Yes you refuse to explain how the temperature of ANYTHING is knowable.
PROOF of how you run away:
Into the Night wrote:
tmiddles wrote:
...how do you measure the temperature of a block of steel on a hot plate? Is that also unknowable?
RDCF. RQAA.


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01-11-2019 17:34
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tmiddles wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
tmiddles wrote: Almost everything is constantly changing. The Earth orbits the sun and just won't sit still dammit!!! The position of the Earth is unknown!!
It is known for any point in time.
Yes we can gather data and assume there are not surprises and come up with a rough idea. JUST LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.

It is not possible to measure the temperature of the Earth for any point in time. It is not possible to measure the global sea level for any point in time. It is not possible to measure global CO2 concentration for any point in time.

You continue to make compositional error fallacies.
tmiddles wrote:
Into the Night wrote:The position of Earth at any point in time is knowable. The temperature of the Earth at any point in time is not.
Yes you refuse to explain how the temperature of ANYTHING is knowable.
PROOF of how you run away:
Into the Night wrote:
[b]tmiddles wrote:
...how do you measure the temperature of a block of steel on a hot plate? Is that also unknowable?
RDCF. RQAA.


I have not run away. I am still here.


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01-11-2019 23:14
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which brings me back to my original question......how do we keep the climate from changing when we've got a population problem that we're dealing with b'cuz of Mr. Malthus.

problem upon a problem!!! deep problem!

what if I now make matters even worse by saying that urban landscapes or cities cause long-term health effects that can be irreversible, in other words, BAD EVOLUTION. and urbanization itself cannot be reversed by living in villages!!!!

add to that the rise of cheap crime and theft in heavily populated cities where one can disappear easily.

then come hedge funds and banking crises. the open looting of money by greed and its followers.

we need that money and safety to fight our challenges. if you take my money from the banking crunch, and then loot me personally for even the cash on me, my suffering and ailing body that breathes pollutives will have a big family instead of a small one to help me handle my work.

I don't have anything left for climate change, as you can see.

climate change must wait for its turn in the greater scheme of things. heavy planning addresses heavy problems first. that is one challenge climate change faces. it is just not ready to be solved yet.

Maslowean hierarchies compel man to pursue other games in management theory.

this is enough to douse your excitement in this post. if you get more notions, creative or otherwise, i'll try and elaborate on my premise.

cheers and hurrays

let climate change work for you!! call me at: #JoeisHummered.
02-11-2019 00:29
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Into the Night wrote:
It is not possible to measure the temperature ....
tmiddles wrote:
PROOF of how you run away:
Into the Night wrote:
[b]tmiddles wrote:
...how do you measure the temperature of a block of steel on a hot plate? Is that also unknowable?
RDCF. RQAA.


I have not run away. I am still here.


So how is the temperature of ANYTHING determined. Pick one thing. How about the temperature of Denver Colorado on any particular day? Unknowable?

Temperature determination and the reality of temperature ALWAYS involves a range, never ever a precise known value. You can take multiple measurements to narrow the range of possibilities but that's it.

Amanbir Grewal wrote:...we've got a population problem that we're dealing with b'cuz of Mr. Malthus.....


So you just don't agree that the plummeting birth rate on Earth is about as much of solution to that as anyone could hope for?

We do NOT have an exploding population. We will soon have a declining one.

"Good tests kill flawed theories; we remain alive to guess again." - Karl Popper
ITN/IBD Fraud exposed:  The 2nd LTD add on claiming radiance from cooler bodies can't be absorbed Max Planck debunks, they can't explain:net-thermal-radiation-you-in-a-room-as-a-reference & Proof: no data is ever valid for them
Edited on 02-11-2019 00:29
02-11-2019 01:49
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Amanbir Grewal wrote:
which brings me back to my original question......how do we keep the climate from changing

Easy climate cannot change.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
when we've got a population problem that we're dealing with b'cuz of Mr. Malthus.

There is no population problem either.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
problem upon a problem!!! deep problem!

No problem. Don't panic.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
what if I now make matters even worse by saying that urban landscapes or cities cause long-term health effects that can be irreversible, in other words, BAD EVOLUTION. and urbanization itself cannot be reversed by living in villages!!!!

People live in cities because they want to.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
add to that the rise of cheap crime and theft in heavily populated cities where one can disappear easily.

Not as easy as you think.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
then come hedge funds and banking crises. the open looting of money by greed and its followers.

Hedge funds are not looting. Banking crisis are not looting.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
we need that money and safety to fight our challenges.

Such as?
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
I don't have anything left for climate change, as you can see.

Define 'climate change'.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
climate change must wait for its turn in the greater scheme of things.

Define 'climate change'.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
heavy planning addresses heavy problems first.

Planning has no weight. Void argument fallacy.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
that is one challenge climate change faces.

Define 'climate change'.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
it is just not ready to be solved yet.

Your first problem: Define 'climate change'. You have to solve that problem first.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
Maslowean hierarchies compel man to pursue other games in management theory.

this is enough to douse your excitement in this post. if you get more notions, creative or otherwise, i'll try and elaborate on my premise.

cheers and hurrays

let climate change work for you!! call me at: #JoeisHummered.

Define 'climate change'.


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02-11-2019 01:51
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tmiddles wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
It is not possible to measure the temperature ....
tmiddles wrote:
PROOF of how you run away:
Into the Night wrote:
[b]tmiddles wrote:
...how do you measure the temperature of a block of steel on a hot plate? Is that also unknowable?
RDCF. RQAA.


I have not run away. I am still here.


So how is the temperature of ANYTHING determined. Pick one thing. How about the temperature of Denver Colorado on any particular day? Unknowable?

RQAA.
tmiddles wrote:
Temperature determination and the reality of temperature ALWAYS involves a range, never ever a precise known value. You can take multiple measurements to narrow the range of possibilities but that's it.

Nope. It does not involve a range at all.
RDCF. RQAA.


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02-11-2019 12:06
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Into the Night wrote:
tmiddles wrote:
Temperature determination and the reality of temperature ALWAYS involves a range, ...

Nope. It does not involve a range at all.

So is your current temperature knowable there ITN? Your body?

How about the city of Denver from 2pm to 3pm this Tuesday?

Your living room?

Anything at all?

"Good tests kill flawed theories; we remain alive to guess again." - Karl Popper
ITN/IBD Fraud exposed:  The 2nd LTD add on claiming radiance from cooler bodies can't be absorbed Max Planck debunks, they can't explain:net-thermal-radiation-you-in-a-room-as-a-reference & Proof: no data is ever valid for them
02-11-2019 17:08
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tmiddles wrote: Yes we can gather data and assume there are not surprises and come up with a rough idea. JUST LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.


I ASSUME you are you referring to the ROUGH IDEA that the global temp is rising at PRECISELY 0.1 degree every 10 YEARS?!


All the time the base and surface are at equal temperature as the equilibrium graduates to establish the temperature development--Pete Rogers
03-11-2019 06:42
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GasGuzzler wrote:
tmiddles wrote: Yes we can gather data and assume there are not surprises and come up with a rough idea. JUST LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.


I ASSUME you are you referring to the ROUGH IDEA that the global temp is rising at PRECISELY 0.1 degree every 10 YEARS?!

If we allow statistical math to come into play then we have to accept certain realities.

GasGuzzler, what margin of error would you assign to that "rough idea"? The truth is that we cannot calculate to any useful margin of error, but let's assume that space aliens stop on by to help us with our average global temperature measurements and we become able to achieve a margin of error of 1.5 degrees. This means that we need to accept the possibility that the average global temperature is decreasing by 0.9 degrees every 10 years.

This is one of the major reasons warmizombies always omit any mention of margin of error. It would be utterly intolerable to admit that the earth could be cooling when you are insisting that the earth is warming.

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A Spaghetti strainer with the faucet running, retains water- tmiddles

Clouds don't trap heat. Clouds block cold. - Spongy Iris

Printing dollars to pay debt doesn't increase the number of dollars. - keepit

If Venus were a black body it would have a much much lower temperature than what we found there.- tmiddles

Ah the "Valid Data" myth of ITN/IBD. - tmiddles

Ceist - I couldn't agree with you more. But when money and religion are involved, and there are people who value them above all else, then the lies begin. - trafn

You are completely misunderstanding their use of the word "accumulation"! - Climate Scientist.

The Stefan-Boltzman equation doesn't come up with the correct temperature if greenhouse gases are not considered - Hank

:*sigh* Not the "raw data" crap. - Leafsdude

IB STILL hasn't explained what Planck's Law means. Just more hand waving that it applies to everything and more asserting that the greenhouse effect 'violates' it.- Ceist
03-11-2019 10:38
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GasGuzzler wrote:
tmiddles wrote: Yes we can gather data and assume there are not surprises and come up with a rough idea. JUST LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.

I ASSUME you are you referring to the ROUGH IDEA that the global temp is rising at PRECISELY 0.1 degree every 10 YEARS?!

Nope. We aren't there yet at all GG. I was talking about finding the temperature of a block of steel in the lab, your body, your living room, the City of Denver at 2pm tomorrow.

EVERY DETERMINATION OF TEMPERATURE IS ROUGH

You can only put so many zeros behind an answer before you're lying to yourself.

It is 70 C?
70.0 C ?
70.0000000 C ? Really that exact?

IBdaMann wrote:margin of error would you assign to that "rough idea"? T
My understanding is that you have two dimensions to "ERROR" in measurement:
Instrumental and Systematic

Instrumental: A modern thermometer has an error range, or range of precision, that is not perfect. In the 1800 s they were much much rougher.

Systematic: Most of the measurement we have historically are in cities which are atypical for the planet. Cloud cover in particular totally throws off measurements in one location from what they would be planet wide. I think Pat Franks did good work explaining this.

Now BOTH OF THESE APPLY TO A BLOCK OF STEEL IN THE LAB TOO!!! Yep
The variance may be much smaller but you still have the limitations of you thermometer, and also systematic error. You can't measure every molecule in the block. You will make mistakes in you calculations. That's just real life.

A more useful example is determining the temperature in the city where you live. Do you really have no idea at all? Could it be anything? Of course not. You are able to determine a range.

IBdaMann wrote:...omit any mention of margin of error. It would be utterly intolerable to admit that the earth could be cooling when you are insisting that the earth is warming.
I would agree the temptation to misrepresent statistics is indulged with most hot button issues.

If you use this as an excuse to stop trying to find the truth, then you just wanted to not try.

"Good tests kill flawed theories; we remain alive to guess again." - Karl Popper
ITN/IBD Fraud exposed:  The 2nd LTD add on claiming radiance from cooler bodies can't be absorbed Max Planck debunks, they can't explain:net-thermal-radiation-you-in-a-room-as-a-reference & Proof: no data is ever valid for them
Edited on 03-11-2019 10:42
03-11-2019 19:47
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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tmiddles wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
tmiddles wrote: Yes we can gather data and assume there are not surprises and come up with a rough idea. JUST LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.

I ASSUME you are you referring to the ROUGH IDEA that the global temp is rising at PRECISELY 0.1 degree every 10 YEARS?!

Nope. We aren't there yet at all GG. I was talking about finding the temperature of a block of steel in the lab, your body, your living room, the City of Denver at 2pm tomorrow.

EVERY DETERMINATION OF TEMPERATURE IS ROUGH

You can only put so many zeros behind an answer before you're lying to yourself.

It is 70 C?
70.0 C ?
70.0000000 C ? Really that exact?

Instrument tolerance is known. It is not a significant factor to measuring the city of Denver or any other city.
tmiddles wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:margin of error would you assign to that "rough idea"? T
My understanding is that you have two dimensions to "ERROR" in measurement:
Instrumental and Systematic

Instrumental: A modern thermometer has an error range, or range of precision, that is not perfect. In the 1800 s they were much much rougher.

This is called 'tolerance'.
tmiddles wrote:
Systematic: Most of the measurement we have historically are in cities which are atypical for the planet. Cloud cover in particular totally throws off measurements in one location from what they would be planet wide. I think Pat Franks did good work explaining this.
This is called 'bad math'.
tmiddles wrote:
Now BOTH OF THESE APPLY TO A BLOCK OF STEEL IN THE LAB TOO!!!
No, they don't.
tmiddles wrote:
Yep
The variance may be much smaller but you still have the limitations of you thermometer, and also systematic error. You can't measure every molecule in the block. You will make mistakes in you calculations. That's just real life.
You are making mistakes in calculations. You are denying mathematics again.
tmiddles wrote:
A more useful example is determining the temperature in the city where you live. Do you really have no idea at all? Could it be anything? Of course not. You are able to determine a range.
This is called 'margin of error'. Something you deny.
tmiddles wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:...omit any mention of margin of error. It would be utterly intolerable to admit that the earth could be cooling when you are insisting that the earth is warming.
I would agree the temptation to misrepresent statistics is indulged with most hot button issues.

Statistical math requires the margin of error calculation. It requires the declaration of variance. It requires the use of unbaised raw data. It requires that unbaised raw data to be published and available for examination. It requires selection from that data by randN. Statistical math is incapable of prediction.
tmiddles wrote:
If you use this as an excuse to stop trying to find the truth, then you just wanted to not try.

No, you are pushing bad math.


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Edited on 03-11-2019 19:48
05-11-2019 06:29
Amanbir GrewalProfile picture★☆☆☆☆
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and so the Government can do the following things to help us.

1. Environmental protection

2. Solar Farms

3. Wind Mills

4. Nuclear Plants

5. Dams

6. Industrial Regulation (control devices)


all other ideas are a sheer waste like stop driving your own car!! omg!
05-11-2019 18:04
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Amanbir Grewal wrote:
and so the Government can do the following things to help us.

1. Environmental protection

2. Solar Farms

3. Wind Mills

4. Nuclear Plants

5. Dams

6. Industrial Regulation (control devices)


all other ideas are a sheer waste like stop driving your own car!! omg!

In other words, have the government force people to pay for piddle power energy sources, interfere with energy markets, and interfere with factory owners using oligarchies.

That's fascism, dude; a form of socialism.


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06-11-2019 19:58
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oligarchic governments work for some if they cannot be representative democracies.

market opportunities will need market support schemes and a new set of business rules. that means time if not extra budgets.

if this is a public solution, it'll have a public rate of return. if this is a market solution, it'll need the market efforts and gruel.

free spirited individualism and libertarian ideals makes for a third approach.

on a pie chart, I still put my money on heavy public expenditure.

fashion happens in italia, last we met. next time we meet, your nose will reach there.

ciao.
06-11-2019 21:42
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Amanbir Grewal wrote:
oligarchic governments work for some if they cannot be representative democracies.

There is no such thing as a 'representative' democracy. Oligarchies do not work. They are dictatorships by committee. They have the same faults.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
market opportunities will need market support schemes and a new set of business rules. that means time if not extra budgets.

Markets do not need 'support schemes'. They do not need 'rules'. They simply exist.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
if this is a public solution, it'll have a public rate of return. if this is a market solution, it'll need the market efforts and gruel.

Markets ARE public. They ARE public solutions. Oligarchies are not a solution. They are problems, in and of themselves.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
free spirited individualism and libertarian ideals makes for a third approach.

Capitalism is the ONLY system that creates wealth.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
on a pie chart, I still put my money on heavy public expenditure.

Why? Government doesn't produce anything.


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14-11-2019 22:01
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market solutions versus public projects can be compared for costs.

productive use of carbon dioxide from the air has not been understood.

what is the value of that gas if it is to be used in any way.

it is used in coke bottles and for making aerated drinks!!

does it have any other usage?
14-11-2019 22:14
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Amanbir Grewal wrote:
market solutions versus public projects can be compared for costs.

productive use of carbon dioxide from the air has not been understood.

what is the value of that gas if it is to be used in any way.

it is used in coke bottles and for making aerated drinks!!

does it have any other usage?


Refrigerant, lasers, beer/wine, cement, fire extinguishers to name just a few.


All the time the base and surface are at equal temperature as the equilibrium graduates to establish the temperature development--Pete Rogers
15-11-2019 01:56
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GasGuzzler wrote:
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
market solutions versus public projects can be compared for costs.

productive use of carbon dioxide from the air has not been understood.

what is the value of that gas if it is to be used in any way.

it is used in coke bottles and for making aerated drinks!!

does it have any other usage?


Refrigerant, lasers, beer/wine, cement, fire extinguishers to name just a few.

Don't forget farming! Plants get nowhere without carbon dioxide!



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16-11-2019 12:55
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battery operated vehicles are possible but they will cut traffic to minimum, which is good as less traffic means less congestion.

cars are possible if we use them on some sort of chemical power that is recharged at night, we understand that the chemical we use is very limited in its availability.
16-11-2019 22:27
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Amanbir Grewal wrote:
battery operated vehicles are possible but they will cut traffic to minimum, which is good as less traffic means less congestion.

Less traffic is less economy. You don't get to decide what cars people get to buy.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
cars are possible if we use them on some sort of chemical power that is recharged at night, we understand that the chemical we use is very limited in its availability.

The preferred chemical is gasoline. They can be recharged in just a couple of minutes or so at any refueling station selling gasoline. Many of them operate 24 hours a day now.


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18-11-2019 16:03
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rainfall patterns are serious.

water cycle may depend on atmospheric temperature which depends on the carbon cycle.

climate change (external effect) starts pushing on every geographical process from the inside, or endogenous changes.

rise and fall of a parameter causes such and such. changes to this parameter, in any direction, makes the process alterable at multiple sub-points giving a wholly different process that has to be understood all over again.

rainfall patterns give local vegetation patterns and crop ability. crops and plants give local fauna and that gives social anthropological development, or the development of intelligence in human societies required to understand the local environ.
18-11-2019 22:24
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Amanbir Grewal wrote:
rainfall patterns are serious.

Rain doesn't have a pattern.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
water cycle may depend on atmospheric temperature which depends on the carbon cycle.

No gas or vapor has the capability to warm the Earth. You can't create energy out of nothing.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
climate change (external effect) starts pushing on every geographical process from the inside, or endogenous changes.

Define 'climate change'. Define 'geographical process'. Define 'endogenous changes'. Buzzword fallacies.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
rise and fall of a parameter causes such and such. changes to this parameter, in any direction, makes the process alterable at multiple sub-points giving a wholly different process that has to be understood all over again.

Word salad. Try English. It works better.
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
rainfall patterns give local vegetation patterns and crop ability. crops and plants give local fauna and that gives social anthropological development, or the development of intelligence in human societies required to understand the local environ.

Word salad. Try using English. It works better.


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18-11-2019 23:52
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GasGuzzler wrote:
Amanbir Grewal wrote:does it have any other usage?

Refrigerant, lasers, beer/wine, cement, fire extinguishers to name just a few.

I wanted to "Like" your post but there is no "Like" button.

I suppose I could put one in.



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A Spaghetti strainer with the faucet running, retains water- tmiddles

Clouds don't trap heat. Clouds block cold. - Spongy Iris

Printing dollars to pay debt doesn't increase the number of dollars. - keepit

If Venus were a black body it would have a much much lower temperature than what we found there.- tmiddles

Ah the "Valid Data" myth of ITN/IBD. - tmiddles

Ceist - I couldn't agree with you more. But when money and religion are involved, and there are people who value them above all else, then the lies begin. - trafn

You are completely misunderstanding their use of the word "accumulation"! - Climate Scientist.

The Stefan-Boltzman equation doesn't come up with the correct temperature if greenhouse gases are not considered - Hank

:*sigh* Not the "raw data" crap. - Leafsdude

IB STILL hasn't explained what Planck's Law means. Just more hand waving that it applies to everything and more asserting that the greenhouse effect 'violates' it.- Ceist
19-11-2019 04:14
keepit
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ITN,
I'd rather ignore you but what about an aviation weather report? Would you believe the temp on that?
I bet your answer won't be a straight forward yes or no.
19-11-2019 04:58
James___
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GasGuzzler wrote:
Amanbir Grewal wrote:
market solutions versus public projects can be compared for costs.

productive use of carbon dioxide from the air has not been understood.

what is the value of that gas if it is to be used in any way.

it is used in coke bottles and for making aerated drinks!!

does it have any other usage?


Refrigerant, lasers, beer/wine, cement, fire extinguishers to name just a few.



Cement is one of the biggest emitters of CO2 in the world. They have been working to reduce the amount of CO2 associated with cement. I think if it were a country it would be #3 as far as CO2 emissions goes.
19-11-2019 19:53
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
ITN,
I'd rather ignore you but what about an aviation weather report? Would you believe the temp on that?

Yes. That sensor is mounted right on the runway, usually somewhere near the center of the airport. It's good enough to indicate likely temperatures at either approach end of that runway. The conditions that would cause a steep temperature gradient are visible to the pilot anyway. In that case, temperature is not the problem. Shifting winds and violent weather is.
keepit wrote:
I bet your answer won't be a straight forward yes or no.

A qualified yes. Assuming the sensor of an automated station isn't screwed up, and assuming generally benign weather, they work just fine. If a meteorologist is at the field (such as fields with many commercial flights), then the system is not automated, and the observer can also report other weather conditions more accurately.

Temperatures at airports are not particularly important. What pilots are looking for is possible icing conditions on the runway, or a narrow spread between temperature and dewpoint (causing fog and low clouds, making landing there either difficult or impossible).

They are completely useless sensors for describing the temperature of anything even as close as just off the airport property, or even the temperature at the threshold of a runway under certain conditions.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit
19-11-2019 21:47
keepit
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ITN,
Thanks for a good answer although i don't particularly need flying lessons, not at my age 77.
19-11-2019 23:53
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
ITN,
Thanks for a good answer although i don't particularly need flying lessons, not at my age 77.


Heh. What I just described is not a flying lesson!
You specifically asked about airport weather stations.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit
20-11-2019 00:23
keepit
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Just a figure of speech.
20-11-2019 02:04
Amanbir GrewalProfile picture★☆☆☆☆
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or you can just use that flight simulator that you have working for you there !!!!!!

some boost and pep talks!!!
20-11-2019 02:52
GasGuzzlerProfile picture★★★★☆
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Into the Night wrote:
keepit wrote:
ITN,
Thanks for a good answer although i don't particularly need flying lessons, not at my age 77.


Heh. What I just described is not a flying lesson!
You specifically asked about airport weather stations.


I happen to appreciate flight details. Although I'll never be a pilot, I find flight and air traffic fascinating. I always enjoy it when the topic swerves in that direction. Also a huge asset to this forum is ITN with not only his flight knowledge but cockpit experience....some of which sounds more like a thriller flick than just some dude from the Pacific NW farting around in a Cesna.


Thanks ITN!


All the time the base and surface are at equal temperature as the equilibrium graduates to establish the temperature development--Pete Rogers
Edited on 20-11-2019 02:53
20-11-2019 03:55
James___
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(3185)
Into the Night wrote:
keepit wrote:
ITN,
I'd rather ignore you but what about an aviation weather report? Would you believe the temp on that?

Yes. That sensor is mounted right on the runway, usually somewhere near the center of the airport. It's good enough to indicate likely temperatures at either approach end of that runway. The conditions that would cause a steep temperature gradient are visible to the pilot anyway. In that case, temperature is not the problem. Shifting winds and violent weather is.
keepit wrote:
I bet your answer won't be a straight forward yes or no.

A qualified yes. Assuming the sensor of an automated station isn't screwed up, and assuming generally benign weather, they work just fine. If a meteorologist is at the field (such as fields with many commercial flights), then the system is not automated, and the observer can also report other weather conditions more accurately.

Temperatures at airports are not particularly important. What pilots are looking for is possible icing conditions on the runway, or a narrow spread between temperature and dewpoint (causing fog and low clouds, making landing there either difficult or impossible).

They are completely useless sensors for describing the temperature of anything even as close as just off the airport property, or even the temperature at the threshold of a runway under certain conditions.



I need a big shovel for this. Doppler radar works quite well. It helps to predict conditions in advance. I've seen the local airport grounded and the weather reports were extremely accurate. People knew what to expect. They could prepare for it.
The weather that wasn't at the airport came from somewhere. Your observations do not allow for weather patterns.
It's funny how much you remind me of my American half brother.
20-11-2019 04:39
GasGuzzlerProfile picture★★★★☆
(1812)
James___ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
keepit wrote:
ITN,
I'd rather ignore you but what about an aviation weather report? Would you believe the temp on that?

Yes. That sensor is mounted right on the runway, usually somewhere near the center of the airport. It's good enough to indicate likely temperatures at either approach end of that runway. The conditions that would cause a steep temperature gradient are visible to the pilot anyway. In that case, temperature is not the problem. Shifting winds and violent weather is.
keepit wrote:
I bet your answer won't be a straight forward yes or no.

A qualified yes. Assuming the sensor of an automated station isn't screwed up, and assuming generally benign weather, they work just fine. If a meteorologist is at the field (such as fields with many commercial flights), then the system is not automated, and the observer can also report other weather conditions more accurately.

Temperatures at airports are not particularly important. What pilots are looking for is possible icing conditions on the runway, or a narrow spread between temperature and dewpoint (causing fog and low clouds, making landing there either difficult or impossible).

They are completely useless sensors for describing the temperature of anything even as close as just off the airport property, or even the temperature at the threshold of a runway under certain conditions.



I need a big shovel for this. Doppler radar works quite well. It helps to predict conditions in advance. I've seen the local airport grounded and the weather reports were extremely accurate. People knew what to expect. They could prepare for it.
The weather that wasn't at the airport came from somewhere. Your observations do not allow for weather patterns.
It's funny how much you remind me of my American half brother.


I will call word salad. Can anyone else make sense of this?


All the time the base and surface are at equal temperature as the equilibrium graduates to establish the temperature development--Pete Rogers
20-11-2019 15:40
Amanbir GrewalProfile picture★☆☆☆☆
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i've got one here standing beside me, my city don't rain hard anymore!!

they use those shovels to clear some snow during city winters, now!!

some got rich making mittens. even in comunism, even in comunism.
20-11-2019 20:47
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
(13323)
keepit wrote:
Just a figure of speech.


Asking about airport weather stations is a figure of speech??

Try English. It works better.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit
20-11-2019 20:52
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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GasGuzzler wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
keepit wrote:
ITN,
Thanks for a good answer although i don't particularly need flying lessons, not at my age 77.


Heh. What I just described is not a flying lesson!
You specifically asked about airport weather stations.


I happen to appreciate flight details. Although I'll never be a pilot, I find flight and air traffic fascinating. I always enjoy it when the topic swerves in that direction. Also a huge asset to this forum is ITN with not only his flight knowledge but cockpit experience....some of which sounds more like a thriller flick than just some dude from the Pacific NW farting around in a Cesna.


Thanks ITN!


Anytime. Though much of the time I'm just some dude farting around in a Cessna.


I like my little Cessna 150. It's cheap to fly land the Puget Sound region can be quite beautiful to fly around in. I've got it rigged for instrument flight (it's cloudy here much of the time!). I have taken it as far as Colorado and Arizona (it won an award at the Copperstate airshow there!).


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit
20-11-2019 21:11
spot
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(1323)
Into the Night wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
keepit wrote:
ITN,
Thanks for a good answer although i don't particularly need flying lessons, not at my age 77.


Heh. What I just described is not a flying lesson!
You specifically asked about airport weather stations.


I happen to appreciate flight details. Although I'll never be a pilot, I find flight and air traffic fascinating. I always enjoy it when the topic swerves in that direction. Also a huge asset to this forum is ITN with not only his flight knowledge but cockpit experience....some of which sounds more like a thriller flick than just some dude from the Pacific NW farting around in a Cesna.


Thanks ITN!


Anytime. Though much of the time I'm just some dude farting around in a Cessna.


I like my little Cessna 150. It's cheap to fly land the Puget Sound region can be quite beautiful to fly around in. I've got it rigged for instrument flight (it's cloudy here much of the time!). I have taken it as far as Colorado and Arizona (it won an award at the Copperstate airshow there!).


I hope this is another of your Walter Mitty fantasies for the sake of people on the ground.


IBdaMann wrote:
"Air" is not a body in and of itself. Ergo it is not a blackbody.


Planck's law describes the spectral density of electromagnetic radiation emitted by a black body in thermal equilibrium at a given temperature T.
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