Tag Archives: UV

Wind and Humidity Hypothesis

Can the changes of recorded temperatures showing warmer post Great Pacific Climate Shift and recent cooling be a function of wind and humidity? Continue reading

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Polar Night Jet and UV Driven Albedo

Does less UV and a shorter atmospheric height lead to a flattened and wider polar outflow (polar vortex) and put colder air in contact with warmer moist subtropical air, leading to an increase in cloud cover and temperate zone albedo changes? Continue reading

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From ‘The Models Need More…’ department

Stratospheric changes can cause ocean current changes. I speculate that solar UV shifts might be a driver of stratospheric changes, and through that influence ocean currents. Continue reading

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Why Land Air Temperature is Exactly Wrong

It isn’t CO2 and IR that matters. It is water and UV. How the planets stir the sun, and cause the moon to stir our oceans. That can account for all the observed changes, both recently and in the past, and predicts our future.

It is the mass of the oceans that control the air temperatures, not some IR from a gas. This is observed in present land temperature patterns. Water determines temperatures, not CO2. Continue reading

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