Gerhard gerlich. THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: Paper: Change in Concentration of Any Trace Gas Won't Affect Climate

Gerhard Gerlich (Physiker)

Gerhard gerlich

We can globally average over these temperatures calculated on the local radiation balance equations. Nachdem sein Vater aus sowjetischer Kriegsgefangenschaft entlassen war, zog die Familie im Mai 1948 nach. The ability to misunderstand or misrepresent virtually every single possible angle of what you people talk about is outstanding, but do it elsewhere. Colleagues engaged in large-scale and meso-scale meteorological modeling know this problem that also occurs in the parameterization of subgrid scale processes. The sky and upper atmosphere will be at a lower temperature then the cooking vessel.

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The Science (Fiction) of the Greenhouse Effect

Gerhard gerlich

Clearly not the one we live in. Heat transfer is a net transfer of energy which also comes from the 1st law, E being a state function of the system. February 5th, 2008 10:46 am Brian Valentine joins in I regret that I see the necessity to step back into the rugby match again, as no one seems to have called time. The rhetoric used to hide and dissemble was enough for me, but the insistence that hot doesn't go to cold was the key. ” “It cannot be overemphasized that even if the equations are simplified considerably, one cannot determine numerical solutions, even for small space regions and even for small time intervals.

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Ralf support.booktrack.comschner's research works

Gerhard gerlich

I would say that Gerlich amd Tscheuschner are major league players. The reasons are: First, a uniform temperature which is deduced from the planetary radiation balance does not exist, and second, it has nothing to do with a globally averaged near-surface temperature. You seem to echo these arguments again in your 1020 without acknowledging specifically that I have stated your case in a way you agree with. In the meantime, I am writing some more thorough accounts of the errors in the paper at a major internet physics forum, which is widely used by students and where one of the posters there had asked about the paper. In the following it is proved that this assumption is physically wrong.

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Gerhard Gerlich (Physiker)

Gerhard gerlich

More than 20 year ago, it was shown that averaging of surface properties like the albedo and emissivity leads to inappropriate results when the exchange of energy between the atmosphere and the underlying vegetation-soil system is simulated for the various grid elements of numerical weather prediction models. Since sea water has a refractive index of about 1. So a warmer surface can, and does, merely scatter radiation from a cooler atmosphere without converting it to thermal energy. It does not, for reasons gone over tirelesly by Eli and others. Finally, the arrogance is really starting to become annoying.

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Gerhard Gerlich

Gerhard gerlich

” There are so many unsolved and unsolvable problems in non-linearity. Heating rate, energy in, remains constant. At equilibrium the temperature gradient is zero, the net energy transfer is zero, and energy is still being transferred by the above mechanisms. According to the power law of Stefan and Boltzmann the emitted radiative energy is dependent on the true temperature, not on a fictive equilibrium temperature. The Second Law One misunderstanding of the second law of thermodynamics is that it does not allow heat to flow from a cold body to a hot body.

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Fundstück #005: Deutliche Worte von Prof. Gerhard Gerlich in RTL am 11.06.2007

Gerhard gerlich

I replied briefly and perhaps a little condescendingly to this comment as follows: Thanks for your comment. Colder bodies do spontaneously radiate to hotter bodies, it's just that the hotter bodies radiate more and the average result is that the hotter body warms up the colder body. Their criticism is quite justified. The net energy flow between the Earth surface and atmosphere is from the warmer surface to the cooler atmosphere. It will absorb those photons in line with. Observed optical properties of atmospheric components. If heat is to be defined as only the resultant vector, then it is not the case that the atmosphere is heating the surface in the direct sense.

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