Sunday, August 16, 2015

Why climate modelers seeking funds & fame have distorted climate science

Kyoji Kimoto, a Japanese chemist, scientist, and fuel-cell computer modeler & inventor, has submitted his latest work as a third guest post to The Hockey Schtickand explains why false, unphysical assumptions and mathematical errors first made by Cess, Manabe, Hansen, et al, continue to be propagated today in the latest state-of-the-art IPCC climate models underlying the basis of climate alarm. 

Among other matters, Kimoto discusses the mathematical error which led to exaggeration of the Planck feedback parameter, and why the false assumption of a fixed lapse rate exaggerates potential warming from doubled CO2 by a factor of at least 10 times. 

Please also see Kimoto's prior posts here, and his previously published paper regarding the Planck feedback parameter miscalculation:

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