This was derived from NCEP Reanalysis data, in the tradition of Measuring Geothermal … Enjoy 🙂 -Zoe Addendum geochg.sh: Run it: Windows users need imagemagick package from Cygwin.
I’m going to ignore the typical nonsense mainstream narrative, and do this analysis in the tradition of: Measuring Geothermal – A Revolutionary Hypothesis. I will use 41 years of NCEP Reanalysis Data. Create a new file fluxchange.sh, and paste: Run it: The results are changes for years 1979 to 2019 (inclusive). The upwelling radiation fluxContinue reading “What caused 40 years of global warming?”
You can run all the code at this blog on Windows, rather than Linux. I will show you how. Preferred Windows is version 10. That’s the only one I’ve set up. Any Windows >7.0 should work in theory. Run Windows Command Line (<Win>+R; type “cmd” then <enter>) Zoe is your variable. Make it whatever youContinue reading “Instructions for Windows Users”
I’m proposing a brand new hypothesis. Here it is: The so called greenhouse effect is nothing but an artifact of geothermal, flipped upside down. We can measure geothermal quite easily: Geothermal Emission = Upwelling Longwave Radiation – (Downwelling Shortwave Radiation – Upwelling Shortwave) + Latent Heat Flux + Sensible Heat Flux In the language ofContinue reading “Measuring Geothermal – A Revolutionary Hypothesis”
Answer = 200.2 K The Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment onboard the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has been acquiring moon data since July 2009. A very detailed paper [Williams 2017] was written, yet nowhere does it answer the simple question: what is the average temperature of the moon? [Nikolov & Zeller 2014] intelligently guessed that theContinue reading “Average Moon Temperature”
The standard mean sea level pressure is defined as 101.325 kPa. This is the standard used in US and International Standard Atmosphere. This value is all over the place. In reality this value was agreed upon by committee and at no time represented the true mean sea level pressure. Most certainly it does not representContinue reading “Pressure Change and Real Standard Pressure”
Today we will examine 40 years (1979-2018) of air temperature data and derive the average lapse rate. First we need some tools: We will be using NCEP Reanalysis 2 data. Grab it: Create a new file air.sh with: We source the code, to allow its functions to act like command-line commands we can run inContinue reading “Air Temperatures and Average Lapse Rate”
Happy new year, everybody 🙂 It would be interesting to know the average surface gravity of Earth. I looked over at Wikipedia: Standard Gravity and found: The standard acceleration due to gravity (or standard acceleration of free fall), sometimes abbreviated as standard gravity, usually denoted by ɡ0 or ɡn, is the nominal gravitational acceleration ofContinue reading “Earth Average Surface Gravity”
Berkeley Earth is a popular resource among climate alarmists. Today I will examine their most popular data, available here. This data is the basis of a very popular meme, the global warming color stripes. But how valid is it? Could it be a misinterpretation? First, we will need three tools: Then download & plot: LooksContinue reading “What Global Warming?”
Calculating ocean cover and hypsometry.
What is the average depth of the ocean? What is the average elevation on land? And what is the average elevation of the Earth? I will answer all of these questions.
There’s a [stupid] idea popular among climate scientists that there is an extra warming effect from water vapor due to the fact that CO2 and water vapor have overlapping spectral bands. Is this true?
I created a program to calculate the temperature, pressure, density, gravity, and molecular velocity profile for the troposphere.
In a previous post, I presented a program for generating global insolation data. In this post I kick it up a notch and do the same thing using higher resolution graphics.
What is Earth’s surface emissivity? Most climate scientists don’t know. I do, and so will you 🙂
I wrote a little program to help people figure out top-of-the-atmosphere insolation year-round all over the globe. You can modify it for more specific purposes. It is written mostly in awk – the best programming language for processing columnated data tables.