Articles Tagged "Dan Pangburn"
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Wednesday, February 24th 2010, 10:33 AM EST
This is a comprehensive discussion of the science relating to the Global Warming issue and includes a fairly simple model (on page 15) that accurately predicts all average global temperatures since 1895 including the recent decline.
I observed the many conflicting assertions regarding the existence and cause of Global Warming, particularly as to whether it was significantly contributed to by human activity.
This led to substantial curiosity as to the truth. As a result I have conducted research on the issue for thousands of hours for over three years and have determined that the belief that human activity has had a significant influence on global climate is a mistake.
This may be how the mistake began. Incorrect conclusions may have been drawn from various observations and discoveries. Some of the discoveries and developments are
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Friday, October 16th 2009, 2:41 PM EDT
The attached work should interest you. It shows a rather simple procedure to accurately (standard deviation of differences between calculated and measured temperature anomalies = 0.0634 C) calculate the average global temperature history of the entire 20th century and to the present time using only the time-integral of sunspot count and an assumption of Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) up trend or down trend duration of 32 years and a PDO temperature range of 0.45 C degrees. It assumes no influence from atmospheric carbon dioxide and corroborates previous work.
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Monday, June 1st 2009, 4:38 AM EDT
The following description of sunspots was selectively extracted from Wikipedia: “A sunspot is a region on the Sun's surface (photosphere) that is marked by intense magnetic activity, which inhibits convection, forming areas of reduced surface temperature. They can be visible from Earth without the aid of a telescope.
Monday, April 13th 2009, 3:05 PM EDT
These are my latest corroborating findings that added atmospheric carbon dioxide does not significantly influence average global temperature. The first should be generally understood. Familiarity with Control Theory would probably help to recognize the significance of the second.
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