Diskusjonsforum => Klimahumor! => Emne startet av: Bebben på September 17, 2011, 00:11:06 am

Tittel: Intervju med en klimaforsker
Skrevet av: BebbenSeptember 17, 2011, 00:11:06 am
Statistiker William Briggs har et intervju med en klimaforsker i dag, der det blant annet fremkommer følgende:

We know that carbon dioxide captures heat in the lower reaches of the atmosphere. The more CO2 there is, the more heat captured. We also know that a doubling of pre-industrial levels of CO2 will only raise the temperature an insignificant amount. Yes?
So we build into these models a feedback mechanism that says as more CO2 is added, the temperature increases non-linearly. We then run these models and we find exactly what we expected to see: increasing CO2 leads to a positive feedback in temperature!

Les det hysterisk morsomme intervjuet her:


Tittel: Sv: Intervju med en klimaforsker
Skrevet av: JostemikkSeptember 17, 2011, 00:41:50 am
Denne var kjempemorsom, Bebben! Snakk om å ta galskapen på kornet! ;D ;D

Ellers er W. Briggs en meget respektert statistiker. Faktisk såpass respektert at enkelte fra The Team later som om han ikke eksisterer.
Tittel: Sv: Intervju med en klimaforsker
Skrevet av: JostemikkSeptember 17, 2011, 00:47:26 am
Leste akkurat kommentarene nå, og det er faktisk et par stykker som ser ut til å ha tatt dette seriøst. Nå leter de etter publikasjoner fra Calor. ;D ;D

"Calor" er fremmendlandsk for varme, og et ustyrtelig morsomt navn på intervjuobjektet. ;D ;D
Tittel: Sv: Intervju med en klimaforsker
Skrevet av: BebbenOktober 10, 2011, 23:14:29 pm
William Briggs  (http://wmbriggs.com/blog/?p=4423) rir igjen, denne gang med en vitenskapelig artikkel :) som beviser at global oppvarming fører til fæl musikk:

 Global warming has reached unprecedented, dangerous levels. This is beyond question. Soaring temperatures are causing an increase in weather- and climate-related FEAM-tracked disasters (P < 0.001), thus stressing both the economies and the psyches of Western Civilization. These environmental and economic stressors are beginning to take their toll and have resulted in a rapid, unprecedented increase in musical awfulness (P < 0.001). If these trends are allowed to continue, music will soon have devolved into a debauched state so awful that hearing a pop tune will cause irreversible brain damage.


Therefore, global warming will drive the population mad through an intense barrage of awful, atonal, crude, childishly limited and harmful popular music. Our cry is: Quod erat demonstrandum!

TomVonk i kommentarene undrer på om dette kan være riktig, og om ikke heller det er slik at dårlig musikk fører til global oppvarming. Ikke vet jeg, det blir vel som høna og egget.
Tittel: Sv: Intervju med en klimaforsker
Skrevet av: JosikSeptember 28, 2013, 22:09:43 pm
På tide å ta farvel...... ;)

"The Onion" har sin spesielle vinkling på aktuelle saker. Her er et intervju med en "klimaforsker":

Scientists Recommend Having Earth Put Down

FORT COLLINS, CO—Claiming that it is the humane thing to do, and that the planet is “just going to suffer” if kept alive any longer, members of the world’s scientific community recommended today that Earth be put down.

“We realize this isn’t the easiest thing to hear, but we’ve run a number of tests and unfortunately there’s really nothing more we can do for Earth at this point,” said leading climatologist Dr. Robert Wyche of Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Science. “Earth’s ecosystems have hung in there for a while, and you have to hand it to the old gal for staying alive this long, but at this point the chances of a recovery are, I’m sorry to say, incredibly unlikely. It might be time to say goodbye.”

“Earth is in a lot of pain, folks,” Wyche continued. “Time to think about sending it off peacefully, for its own sake.”

While admitting that the prospect of saying goodbye to the terrestrial planet is very difficult, Wyche explained to reporters that letting nature take its course would only prolong the inevitable. Wyche also stressed that if Earth is not put down, humanity would ultimately be responsible for its continuing care, which would be “increasingly difficult as time goes on.”

Les hele her: http://www.theonion.com/articles/scientists-recommend-having-earth-put-down,34034/