Ned Nikolov, Ph.D. Has written to me with news of the presentations he made at this years AMS meeting. It’s vital we get people to understand the implications of the discoveries he and Karl Zeller have made. With our western governments jumping aboard the ‘Green New Deal’ and ‘NetZero’ bandwagons, we will need to work hard to rise awareness of viable alternative hypotheses for ‘climate change’ and ‘global warming’ which better explain the phenomena we can measure around us. Ned and Karl’s work should be given proper attention, because it strives for universality and general application of physics solar system wide, rather then treating Earth as a ‘special case’.

Two studies presented at the American Meteorological Society’s 34th Conference on Climate Variability and Change in January 2021 employed a novel approach to identify the forcing of Earth’s climate at various time scales. The new method, never attempted in climate science before, relies on the fundamental premise that the laws of nature are invariant across spacetime.

This means that relationships inferred from observed patterns across space can be applied to study the climate dynamics of planets through time. A new thermodynamic continuum revealed by the NASA planetary data suggests that long-term global and latitudinal surface temperatures are independent of atmospheric composition and Earth’s climate is controlled by disparate drivers on different time scales, thus refuting the long-standing assumption based on computer models that atmospheric CO2 is the “principal control knob governing Earth’s temperature”. Our studies also provided new counterintuitive insights about the role of planetary albedos in climate.

Please watch the video presentations below and share your thoughts on this emerging new paradigm about causes of climate change

Drivers of Paleoclimate:
Implications of a Semi-empirical Planetary Temperature Model for a New Understanding of Earth’s Paleoclimate History and Polar Amplification

Drivers of Modern Climate Change:
Role of Albedo in Planetary Climates: New Insights from a Semi-empirical Global Surface Temperature Model

via Tallbloke’s Talkshop

February 8, 2021 at 08:33AM