Wednesday, November 18, 2009

HK Climate

Two Greek Earth scientists, Antonis Christofides and Nikos Mamassis, have written down a couple of pages about the climate on their new server:
HK-Climate.ORG (click)
The co-authors of this and that paper written together with Koutsoyannis argue that there's no reason to worry about man-made warming because it doesn't seem to occur, and that the climate loves to maximize the uncertainty at all time scales (and distance scales), following a kind of critical behavior.

I won't tell you what HK stands for but regardless of this puzzling question, it's a good idea to study Hurst-Kolmogorov processes in the context of the climate! ;-)

Via Maurizio Morabito and the HK-Climate authors


By the way, The Breakthrough Institute and others noticed that Al Gore's new book's opening page says:
I'm offering you the choice of life or death, you can choose either blessings or curses.
A true prophet? :-) Well, we should probably offer him the same, especially the latter. At any rate, you have heard the words of the Anti-Christ and thermodynamic crackpot. Amen.

Global warming destroys 9,000 buildings in China

While the 20th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution was a record warm day in Czechia, the typical people of the planet Earth - who are Chinese, as the fans of the anthropic principle know :-) - saw something else.

In North Central China, record snow (since the recordkeeping began in 1949) killed 40 people, smashed 9,000 buildings, and destroyed 2,000 squared kilometers of crops.

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