New science papers discrediting greenhouse gas effect fit with findings of top climatologist. Emerging group of skeptics re-ignite debate.
The fledgling new organization, Principia Scientific International (PSI) this week publishes the second of what may be a devastating series of new papers dissecting the traditional greenhouse gas effect and exposing the misuse of equations by climatologists. The new findings fit neatly with those of leading skeptic climatologist, Richard Lindzen, of MIT.
Canadian physicist, Joe Postma presents compelling evidence that equations used by government climate researchers are not valid because they incorrectly treat Earth as is if were a star constantly emitting and receiving its own energy.
Night & Day Cooling Process Never Considered
lays out in detail how a model that had originally been devised by astrophysicists to model the energy output of stars have wrongly become the foundation of terrestrial climate models for over twenty years.
A qualified astrophysicist, Postma says climate researchers incorrectly applied such models to the Earth, a planet receiving solar energy only during daylight. It is this omission of the time element from climate models that has led to Earth effectively being modeled as if it were a constantly radiating sun. Thereby the cooling effect of night time has never been factored into the official numbers, and the solar heating input had been artificially decreased to far-below freezing temperatures!
The study comes fast on the heels of another recent epic paper from Professor Nasif Nahle
working at the Mexican laboratory, the Biology Cabinet. Postma, Nahle and other greenhouse effect (GHE) critics say cognitive inertia has set in among many of their fellow skeptics who refuse to even countenance addressing any such anomalies in the models.