ABOUT THE GRAPHS AND DATA
The climate models are only a pale reflection of reality, that is to say, speculation made with a computer. As a biologist I deal only with observable and verifiable natural phenomena, considering only those facts that anyone can confirm observationally or empirically. No one can predict a natural phenomenon without considering all of the variables that determine that phenomenon. There are always variables in natural phenomena that are unknown to us. Because of this, no one is able to model nature as if it were reality. This doesn't mean that phenomenon is without subjacent causes. Rather, it is simply that we do not know the combined microstates that give rise to that phenomenon.
Modelers can change the value of any variable at will. For that reason, they commonly regard CO2 density in their models as a black body, when empirically CO2 concentration is no more than a gray body; comparatively not very efficient at retaining heat.
It has been empirically demonstrated that water is much more efficient at retaining heat because it absorbs and dissipates heat slowly. The gases CO2 and methane absorb and dissipate heat quickly. You can consult any book on Heat Transfer or Elemental Physics to verify this fact.
For this the reason, I disregard the lie that points to CO2 and other "greenhouse" gases as the starting point of "global warming". The semantics of the concept "global warming" is pseudo-scientific because it is not a "warming", but a fluctuation in the temperature of the Earth's atmosphere.
Fluctuations in Earth’s temperature have always occurred, ever since the planet was formed. In the not too ancient past (300,000 to 50,000 years ago), the fluctuations that happened in the temperature of the planet were on the order of 10 °C; At this time, the fluctuation has not risen beyond 0.62 °C, and this is if we include the fluctuation in the Medieval Age, because in the last 200 years the fluctuation has not been higher than 0.52 °C. When one mentions it, the fact of the enormous fluctuations of the atmospheric temperatures in past ages infuriates those that wish to maintain the world in terror, because this is documented and veridical data that contradicts their truculent models that give incongruous results against the reality of nature. I present four models here of the possible changes in the atmospheric temperature that are more congruent with reality than those from IPCC and the UN. The creators of the program to obtain hypothetical models are Dr. David Archer and Jeremy Archer, of the University of Chicago. These two professionals are serious and honest scientists whose work has not been influenced by politics. You can verify their work and confirm that they adjusted their program as far as they could to obtain results congruent with reality. There could be a few exaggerations in some data introduced to the program because of non-linear dynamic variables that influence real phenomena, but these hypothetical models can then be confronted with the results obtained by experimentation and applying the Laws of Thermodynamics.
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