ATTN Deniers: computer models - should we trust them?

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    Can you show me one single laboratory experiment that show an increase in temperature from a 200PPM increase in CO2?

    Just one experiment.
     
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    The increase in CO2 does not directly heat the air. You've obviously got some severe misunderstandings about a theory you erroneously think you know something about.
     
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    Apples and atom bombs.

    Gullible warming doomsayers are attempting to use computer models to run the lives of everyone on the planet based upon an indeterminate "threat", not make educated guesses about how to deal with water that is already on the ground.

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    Actually, no. Both are models of hydrodynamic flows and rely on many of the same equations.
     
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    I know, it's the water vapor that's been doing it, but thanks for finally being honest
     
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    Is stupidity a hobby of yours?
     
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    As we have said for a while in other computer models: Let's see the raw data and code so it can be replicated. Mann/Hansen/Jones have done everything possible to hide the truth in fact they don't have the raw data, and the code is severely flawed. If the data and code are clean and the results are repeatable, it is trust-able. The conclusions will be left till after the results are verified.

    But does this imply truthiness to M/H/J? nope. none what so ever. Only that these scientists may have gotten it right. But perhaps not. We'll see over time.

    but thank you for attempting wit. I see you still need practice.
     
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    "The increase in CO2 does not directly heat the air."

    Um, OK, so there's Global Warming but its not from additional CO2 heating the air, right?
     
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    Water Vapor : 4% of atmosphere with high insulation values

    CO2 : 0.6% of atmosphere with low insulation values.

    Spudtuber, you've really gotta see someone about your OCD related illness.
     
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