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New on the Archive Page

Today North Pacific Research posted a new essay on the archives page, “What you should know about climate models,” and a revision of the essay “population and climate control.” The first essay examines the problems of predicting temperature using climate models. Predicting the temperature everywhere on the planet to the nearest 1/10 of a degree is considerably more difficult task, than predicting the temperature at a single point on the planet to the nearest 1 degree. Yet, the 1 to 7 day climate models are routinely off as much 52% and 12 degrees when predicting temperature. Is it unreasonable to believe that the long-term model predictions are correct?

Population and Climate essay was revised to include the following paragraph on the proposed solutions just released by the International Panel on Climate Control. “This shows the production curve is dependant on the population. That is as the population grows, so will the need for energy, cars and industry unless the quality of life is reduced. Population by 2050 is expected to be 15,972,000,000 that is an increase of 254%, on the other hand, the most extreme solution to cutting industrial emissions by 2050 is only 80%. That means that industrial CO2 emissions will only increase by 174% without population control. That is an increase in industrial pollution of 96% and ignores the CO2 emissions given off by respiration. Does this sound like a solution to you?”



By D J Dodds

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