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Just had a visit from Doug Cotton, who is a greenhouse effect denier who wanders around blogs trying to find one that hasn't banned him. He's even been banned from denier blogs like those owned by Roy Spencer and Anthony Watts. He was doing a vanity search on Google and found a very old post at HotWhopper (which happened to mention him by name), so he decided to try his luck. For anyone who wondered what he wrote, it was this - on February 25, 2017 at 10:48 PM:
The NASA energy diagrams (and similar) imply that the mean surface temperature can be determined using the sum of solar radiation and about twice as much radiation from the colder atmosphere. But Stefan-Boltzmann calculations are based on the integral of a single Planck function from a single source, and are thus inapplicable. If climatologists were correct in assuming they get right answers using the sum of two or more sources of radiation, then, if one electric bar radiator warmer your cheek to a comfortable 42°C they would expect 16 such radiators to cook you at double the absolute (K) temperature which is 357°C. They don't - not by a long shot. Hence the radiative forcing greenhouse conjecture is false. There is AU $50,000 for the first to prove me wrong subject to the requirements on my websites (such as [retracted]) and linked blog. You may read my peer-reviewed papers published at [retracted] as about 20 per week do.
Not so many HotWhoppered comments this year. It's already September. This first one is from Terry D Welander, who not only thinks the FBI and FCC have jurisdiction in Australia and that they prosecute for libel, he weirdly thinks that those organisations regard mainstream science as a crime. He's a strange one. This is the latest of a few comments from Terry, written on September 15, 2016 at 1:24 AM under the article Joseph D’Aleo Fails Meteorology 101 on WUWT.
Sou and Associates,
For long term trends, which is what is needed, your satellite data is uselss. Volcanic eruptions over the last 100 million years which of course will need to come from the geologic record; and sun's plasma
connecting to Earth's magnetic and electric fields are also needed.
Mr. Chenoski's term which I take as a synonym to mine or crap is DOA dead on arrival for anything that does not cover all relevant facts per the Feynman/Einstein scientific method; your huge blank spots in your thinking and logic are not helping you or anyone.
As suggested before, take the graduate courses in: thermodynamics, 2 each, Geology on Volcanism, 2 each, and plasma physics because you have nothing here useful at this website. 5 to 10 years from now
the internet savy will dig up what you said here, figuratively throw it at you in numerous ways, reminding you how foolish you and your associates have been. And probably why the scientific community will never give you the time of day. Stop your opinions now, start learning some science. You will thank yourself later; as blind as you appear to be now. I would also point out you are treading very close to libel and fraud here. You never know when the FCC or the FBI will come looking for you for putting out such outrageous, libelous and fraudulent writings. It is what ever battle you want to fight. Please try to make it something useful for your own sake and humanities.
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