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Tuesday, January 13th 2009, 2:18 PM EST
From the review: They use the Stefan-Boltzmann Law (which is inappropriate as the Earth is not a perfect blackbody)
I’d like to expand on that if I may.
Here is the radiant energy vs temperature rule for a sphere: You correct for albedo, divide by four, and use that figure to determine the temperature. For example, the earth’s albedo (reflectance) is about 0.3. Absorption is therefore about 0.7. So multiply 1368 watts per square meter (sunlight’s strength at the earth’s distance) by 0.7. That’s roughly 957.6. Divide by 4: 239.4. Now look up the blackbody temperature corresponding to an irradiance of 239 W/m²: it is 255 Kelvin. Voilá. That is given as the earth’s blackbody temperature. The same method is used for every planet. One size fits all...Please Download PDF file
Tuesday, January 13th 2009, 1:54 PM EST
Attached is book review. Permission is granted to reprint.
Book review by Geologist Dr. Cliff Ollier, a Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia, has worked internationally as a geologist, geomorphologist, and soil scientist, and has authored ten books and over 300 publications.
Ollier is reviewing the new book by Geologist David Archibald of Summa Development Limited in Australia who wrote a scientific paper titled "Solar Cycles 24 and 25 and Predicted Climate Response" in Energy and Environment in 2006.
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Tuesday, January 13th 2009, 3:24 AM EST
Note: It is growing nearly impossible to keep up with the numerous studies and developments refuting man-made warming fears and the growing number of scientists publicly dissenting. See this small sampling of very recent inconvenient climate studies and real world developments:
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Sunday, January 11th 2009, 7:18 PM EST
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January 11, 2009
To alarmist blogger Scruffy Dan,
I understand you enjoy attempting to smear any dissent, but your latest blog post http://www.scruffydan.com/blog/?p=1922
makes several serious errors of fact that you need to publicly correct...
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Sunday, January 11th 2009, 4:05 AM EST
Read Marc Morano recent email summary of the latest events using this PDF download
'Consensus’ in Freefall: Left-of-center scientists now rejecting warming fears (Inhofe Speech)
Friday, January 9th 2009, 11:42 AM EST
The massive ice, freezing rain and snow deluges which hit the North & NorthEast USA around 6-8 Jan 2009 and the South Indian Ocean tropical cyclone now building (8 Jan) were both forecast to the day in the WeatherAction public video of 19 Dec
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see also news releases:-
Thursday, January 8th 2009, 12:19 PM EST
This relates to water vapor "feedback" due to CO2's alleged "radiative forcing." See below for further comments from Richard Linzen, Brian Valentine, Lord Monkton, Fred Singer, David Deming & Ben Herman
From A Simple Method to Measure the Dew Point Temperature
by R. L. Snyder, Biometeorology Specialist
Gaseous water molecules consist of one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms. When in a liquid state, the water molecules form strong hydrogen bonds between the molecules. In order to evaporate water, heat must be supplied to break the hydrogen bonds and allow individual molecules to break off as a gas.
Wednesday, January 7th 2009, 12:17 PM EST
BITTER WINTER weather will carry on
- say WeatherAction as Solar-based Severe weather warnings for Europe & USA are dramatically confirmed and world impact of WeatherAction Solar Weather Impact period verified.
- Snow and ice hit Ireland, Britain, France and most of Europe as warned in detail.
- Serious ice storm and snow deluges hitting N & NE USA 6-8 Jan as warned in detail at WeatherAction Dec 19th press conference - VIDEO: http://vimeo.com/2736721
Wednesday, January 7th 2009, 10:41 AM EST
Tonight's issue of my Wednesday on the Web is a special Global Warming issue . I'd appreciate it if you'd give it a plug. It will be online later tonight at http://www.pvbr.com.
Wednesday, January 7th 2009, 10:14 AM EST
It's not often we can see the proposed rumblings to cover up a CO2 Sceptic story, but "one slipped through the net" was the theme in this blog from Gristmill
. Gristmill point out to their brainwashed readers that the article originally posted in the Huff Post Mr. Gore: Apology Accepted
was, from a "crank" and that it should not have been posted. We thought we had seen a turn about from the Huffington Post, in that they published the CO2 Sceptic article from Harold Ambler. Now the brown stuff has hit the fan with pressure from Climate Alarmist to remove the said article. You could not make it up! OK you could, and in its own way, it demonstrates the problems we face as CO2 Sceptics concerning the media.
Thanks to Marc Morano for this News Item