AGW Poll for Polywell

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Global Warming is....

coming soon to a planet near you.
4
20%
a real problem, but not as bad as politicians would have you believe.
6
30%
just a bunch of hype.
10
50%
 
Total votes: 20

joedead
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AGW Poll for Polywell

Post by joedead »

It's pretty self-explanatory.

KitemanSA
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Post by KitemanSA »

Your subject says AGW but your poll just says Global Warming...

AGW, GW, big difference, which is it?

:P

joedead
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Post by joedead »

AGW, GW, big difference, which is it?
AGW, thanks for asking for clarification!

MSimon
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Post by MSimon »

I vote for the mesh sizes in the models are too big and the parameters used are seriously wrong.

I also vote for the sensitivity analysis for CO2 is wrong because the PDO and other ocean circulations were not taken into account in computing the sensitivity.
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IntLibber
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Post by IntLibber »

The Hockey Team remains silent on latest data. To paraphrase the movie, its an Eternal Mindlessness of the Spotless Sun. Holloway has been forced by the others on his team to crank down the cycle 24 predictions to max at 90 instead of 110, but the continuing 0 SSN minimum is going to likely force another adjustment to the predictions by the end of February. They need those SSNs to get to 40-50 by May to keep the current prediction on track.

Oh man, that Armstrong forecasting story is on reuters now, its going viral...

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