Does the Emperor have even a G-string ?

I’ve just added that subtitle to my Logic of Liberty article : The War on CO2 ; which I’m preparing for the next issue of Serf City .

And , I just posted the following comment to the Digg of a Vanity Fair article in their current “Green Issue” labeling Warming Denial a “Convenient Untruth” :

  • A smug defense by the GW alarmists, but Myron Ebell is right, “Reality will win”.

    In the next issue of the Manhattan Libertarian’s www.SurfCity.US I will be seriously challenging the physics underlying the claim that any sort of filter, which is what the atmosphere is, can cause a sphere to get warmer than the space around it. I was most surprised to learn that James Hansen is a PhD in Physics. I would like to see, both in equation and experiment, a filter which will cause heat to go up hill. If he can, then surely he can calculate to the precision of the measurements of the spectra of the materials exactly what change in mean temperature is caused by a addition of one molecule of CO2 among every 10,000 molecules in the atmosphere.

    Frankly, I think the science I see from the alarmists is pathetic.

    Incidentally, I will be looking for an explanation for the results of an experiment measuring the temperature of white and black ping pong balls suspended in the Colorado sun which I will be posting to Google Video in conjunction with the article

3 comments for “Does the Emperor have even a G-string ?

  1. April 24, 2007 at 9:44 am

    Please , pray tell , what can it be beyond a filter ? What relevant parameters are there to any substance other than its absorption spectra ?

    What property is there to cause heat to move up hill ?

  2. April 23, 2007 at 11:27 pm

    I think earth’s atmosphere is more than a mere filter. I am willing to review your science whenever you display it, but I think the greenhouse effect is significant.

    I remain opposed, however, to enabling politicians that know nothing to regulate a solution for what is MOSTLY natural phenomena.

    All covered in ‘the sceptical environmentalist.’

  3. April 23, 2007 at 11:27 pm

    I think earth’s atmosphere is more than a mere filter. I am willing to review your science whenever you display it, but I think the greenhouse effect is significant.

    I remain opposed, however, to enabling politicians that know nothing to regulate a solution for what is MOSTLY natural phenomena.

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