Videos on Climate Computer Models & How Russia and China Have Identical Energy Agendas

The accuracy of computer models is critical to the entire climate change issue (and thus renewable energy). Two very good videos [below] have been just released that tackle this complex matter: 1) a 4± minute video in the style of PragerU releases, and 2) a 20± minute film designed for a deeper understanding. (BTW, I have the contact info for both filmmakers, so if you have any suggestions for improvements, let me know and I’ll pass them on.)

Computer Models & Fortune Tellers

Better Understanding… Models

Since Russian collusion is a hot topic, I put together an overview document about how the Russians (and Chinese) have an almost identical energy agenda, as do the leaders of some mainstream environmental organizations. Please also note that this Newsletter has several recent articles about Russian interference (see below).

North Carolina has been ground zero for the environmentalist war on fossil fuels. Currently the battle is about offshore gas and oil exploration. To put some balance into this issue, here is a Position Paper that looks at all of the expressed concerns. It’s a living document so periodically check it for updates.

I also did an update of my article Twenty-One Bad Things About Wind Energy, which has become the most-viewed post on the very popular Master Resource.

I just updated the list of sample NYS towns, comparing each of their local wind ordinances. No matter where you live, if you are dealing with wind energy, this information should be of interest to you.

Lastly, ABC (American Bird Conservancy — one of the more reasonable environmental organizations) is hiring a person to deal with wind energy. Here is the position in case you know someone who would be interested.

Some recent articles on Russians and energy policies:

Russia Is Delivering Loads Of Natural Gas To Massachusetts
A Scandalous Case of Russian Collusion with Liberals
Short video: Russia Behind Eco-Activists
The US blames Russia for cyber attacks on the energy grid
Europe’s cold shoulder to Russian gas could lift US LNG export goals
EU is now even more dependent on Russian gas
Britain may be left out in the cold over Russia row
UK must boost fracking to reduce reliance on Russian energy
Merkel Looks to LNG to Cut Germany’s Dependence on Russian Gas

PS: Our intention is to put some balance into what most people see from the mainstream media about energy and environmental issues… As always, please pass this on to open-minded citizens, and on your social media sites. If there are others who you think would benefit from being on our energy & environmental email list, please let me know. If at any time you’d like to be taken off this list, simply send me an email saying that.

PPS: I am not an attorney, so no material appearing in any of the Newsletters (or our website) should be construed as giving legal advice. My recommendation has always been: consult a competent attorney when you are involved with legal issues.

1 reply
  1. rblack
    rblack says:

    I know a little something about about hurricane models. We do understand the physics behind them fairly well, but many critical processes occur at sub-grid scale, which means those processes must be parameterized. This means only average properties are included for these, and errors accumulate with time, eventually turning the forecast into noise. The experimental “basin scale” version of the model is showing great promise, usually beating the official forecast model at most lead-times, but it frequently takes too long to run for it to get into the official forecast cycle.


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