Monday, March 16, 2009

Synchronized Chaos Dooms Global Warming

Global Warmists aren't the only ones with fancy computer climate models. We Global Coolists now have our own computer climate model. And it has a cool name - synchronized chaos. A perfect oxymoron for our time (Zis is chaos! Vee don't synchronize here!)

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee climate smart guys used a math application, synchronized chaos, to analyze climate data over the past 100 years. The data indicates Earth's air and ocean systems, which regulate global temperature, are beginning a synchronous stage. In time, "the systems begin to couple and the synchronous state is destroyed, leading to a climate shift." I don't know what that means, but climate shift sounds a lot better than the Global Warmist, "We're all gonna die!"

Dr. Anastasios Tsonis, described as "researcher", said something about synchronized swimming, that if the swimmers weren't doing the same thing at the same time then they weren't synchronized anymore. That may make sense at the Olympics, but we all know synchronized swimming isn't a real sport like golf or bowling, so I don't know why he even brought it up.

Tsonis went on to more lucidly explain,

"In climate, when this happens, the climate state changes. You go from a cooling regime to a warming regime or a warming regime to a cooling regime. This way we were able to explain all the fluctuations in the global temperature trend in the past century. The research team has found the warming trend of the past 30 years has stopped and in fact global temperatures have leveled off since 2001... if we don't understand what is natural, I don't think we can say much about what the humans are doing. So our interest is to understand -- first the natural variability of climate -- and then take it from there. So we were very excited when we realized a lot of changes in the past century from warmer to cooler and then back to warmer were all natural."
So! There you have it -- warmer, cooler; cooler, warmer. Climate fluctuations natural as the seasons, observations filled with education and reason. Sunrise, sunset. Sunrise, sunset. Swiftly flow the days. Seedlings turn overnight to sunflowers, blossoming even as we gaze. Sunrise, sunset. Sunrise, sunset. Swiftly fly the years. One season following another, laden with happiness and tears.

Mazel tov, smart guys at UW-M!! The debate is over. Houston, we have consensus.

See also:
Synchronized Chaos: Mechanisms For Major Climate Shifts
ScienceDaily (Aug. 2, 2007)

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1 comment:

Bhuvan Chand said...

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