A Sustainable Oregon

Is Accomplished by

Equal opportunity for all Oregonians

Putting average citizens first in all government actions

Maximize Oregonian's standard of living

Government encourages, rather than inhibits competition

Maximum access to plentiful jobs

Government that welcomes all non polluting industries

Fast and low cost transportation that is self financing

Ending government discrimination against cars.

Maximum opportunity for jobs creation

Limit regulations to those for safety and fraud prevention

Government based on sound principles and science

Outreach to ordinary people not special interests

Home Its Warming,But Acidification Warming Stopped IPCC_Predicts 1/2 of Warming Wrong Data Adjustments Cooling since 1945? Extreme Weather? Extreme Weather? Arctic Selected Emails Selected Quotes Fraud Of Century? 97 percent of scientists 25% of Meteorologists JonesInterview CO2 Innocent! An OK Prediction Data Sources Real Cause of Climate Record Temperature Climate Change Truths Its OK to Lie! Energy Facts Mann's Book Peer Review Error Statistical Errors The Sun Solar OceanHeat Ocean Heat Polar Bears OK AlGore's Errors IPCC_Disproved IPCC_PeerReview Ask Questions Climate Models Local Food IPCC&CLouds Threats Wegman Why I'm a Skeptic GreenhouseMoon Alternative Energy BigMoneyScaring 450 realist papers Conflict of Interest? Muzzeled Scientists How To Argue Common Ground Hurricane No Proof NW Snow Pack James Hansen Consensus The Hockey Stick 650 Dissenters Easy Solution IPCC Scientists DataQuality Heat Island Is Science Settled? Ocean Level Sea Level Glaciers Ice Sheets Greenland Gore's Mentor OGWC Articles Summary FinancialPapers OtherMotivations PeakOil Ozone Hole Fracking Acid Rain No Limits Videos Printables Links Briffa et al (1998) data

Email WebMaster

Global Warming Predictions Fail to Predict Ocean Cooling

The Global Warming Hypothesis and Ocean Heat

 

Albert Einstein once said, “No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right; a single experiment can prove me wrong.”  Einstein’s words express a foundational principle of science intoned by the logician, Karl Popper:  Falsifiability.  In order to verify a hypothesis there must be a test by which it can be proved false.  A thousand observations may appear to verify a hypothesis, but one critical failure could result in its demise.  The history of science is littered with such examples.

 

A hypothesis that cannot be falsified by empirical observations, is not science.  The current hypothesis on anthropogenic global warming (AGW), presented by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), is no exception to this principle.  Indeed, it is the job of scientists to expose the weaknesses of this hypothesis as it undergoes peer review.  This paper will examine one key criterion for falsification: ocean heat.

 

Read the whole article