Tag Archives: Grid

There Is NO Good Coordinate System For Climate Models

I discuss the issues I’ve run into with mapping a spherical world into either a rectangular grid of points or a hexagonal global map, then present what I think is a computationally acceptable method. Continue reading

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It IS Too Late – Not Possible To Replace Cars In Time

A brief review of the logistics of converting to eCars inside our 12 year remaining time to do so, per the Warmistas Continue reading

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A Fifth Is Fine For Scotch, Power Generation Not So Much

I’m happy with a Fifth Of Scotch, not happy with a 1/5 of electrical generation, and really unhappy to take the Fifth… Continue reading

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Weather Without Mountains Averaged Gives Climate Without Reality

How can you get model weather right if you can not model wind / mountain interactions? If you can not model weather right, how can you get climate (as an average of weather) right? Older models clearly are not fine grid enough. Current models likely inadequate also. Continue reading

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