climate change a simple modelling error …

Climate change is basically unaffected by CO2, according to private research carried out by Dr David Evans, a Physicist and Electrical Engineer, published recently.

Climate Scientists Misapplied Basic Physics

A mistake in climate model architecture changes everything. Heat trapped by increasing carbon dioxide just reroutes to space from water vapor instead.

The scare over carbon dioxide was just due to a simple modelling error. A whole category of feedbacks was omitted, which greatly exaggerated the calculated sensitivity to carbon dioxide.

In other words, Climate scientists failed to get the basic physics right.

That’s what you get when educational institutions get dumbed down for political reasons. Climate science was a relatively recent addition to Technical Schools, once they were re-badged as ‘Universities’. Physicists are appalled by the failure of science to deal with this, encouraging some to describe the agenda as akin to religious fanaticism.

Let Dr Evans explain it to you best in his Press Release, here.

David Evans was once a key researcher with the Climate Commission, until he learned that global warming was simply not happening as climate scientists had said.

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