2020 Feb 9, 10:06pm
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A "model" can produce any results you like, just need to tweak the parameters. How do any of these models compare with actual measured results?
CO2 is heavier than air and would vary with altitude and proximity to sources.
A colleague from Tufts - right near Boston - reports that for the second year it is raining in February which is unheard of for the region. Not rare but just not seen in his lifetime. The age of the kids tell me he is in his fifties or sixties and has seen enough Februaries to make a call on what is odd weather. Could he also be deep state libby conspirator jihadi who hates freedom? Should I ask him?
But the AGW crowd does not want solutions other than everyone has the "original sin" of being a polluter and must fund big government as contrition
Ok, I am dumb here. What is meant by "adjustments." I would expect to see something like "Actual Predicted Temps" compared to "Actual Measured Temps." Also, what is the scale on PPP CO2? And how do you measure "atmospheric CO2? CO2 is heavier than air and would vary with altitude and proximity to sources.