sci.geo.meteorology (Meteorology) (sci.geo.meteorology) For the discussion of meteorology and related topics.

LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
  #1   Report Post  
Old November 5th 14, 03:29 PM posted to sci.geo.meteorology
external usenet poster
First recorded activity by Weather-Banter: Dec 2011
Posts: 10
Default Meteorologists: Forced to Choose Between Wrong and Ridiculously Wrong(Solving Tornadoes)

The Fourth Phase of Water

Meteorologists: Forced to Choose Between Wrong and Ridiculously Wrong

.. . . As with the other shortcomings of the steam-based convection model that I delineated at the beginning of this post, this failure to predict the discovery of these three meteorological phenomena is not something for which meteorologists are remotely concerned or even generally aware. All in all, they demonstrate an amazing ability to pretend not to notice the shortcomings of their theory and even to conceal it by, as I indicated, hiding the notion of steam within the less plainly absurd notion of convection. And then, of course, there is the evasiveness and name calling directed at anybody that doesn't play along with their desire to pretend not to notice. And yet, as mentioned previously, there appears to not be any kind of larger political agenda. This leaves one scratching their head wondering what is at the root of these behaviors.

I think I can answer this question. And my answer does not in any way involve accusations that meteorologists are in collusion, lacking in intelligence, or cynical. Rather, I suggest, they are mistaken on one point of fact that has resulted in them making an omission. And in that omission they have closed themselves off to to an element in their explanations without which it is impossible to make sense of what is actually observed in the atmosphere, leaving them to choose between explanatory approaches that are wrong and ridiculously wrong. And it all has to do with how we envision water getting up high into the sky.

Here's the thing. The pervasiveness of H2O in all parts of the troposphere (from the surface all the way up to the stratosphere) is undeniable. Likewise, the pervasiveness of H2O in all weather events is equally undeniable. Moreover, H2O is constantly falling out of the sky. Thus, the number one job of a theoretical meteorologists is to explain . . .

For more go to:

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes

Posting Rules

Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are On
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are On

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Ridiculously chilly ! Dave Cornwell[_4_] (UK Weather) 15 June 1st 16 10:54 AM
Does This Make Any Sense At All (Solving Tornadoes) Solving Tornadoes sci.geo.meteorology (Meteorology) 0 November 9th 14 02:01 AM
Why Cold Steam is Impossible (Solving Tornadoes) Solving Tornadoes sci.geo.meteorology (Meteorology) 0 November 3rd 14 04:12 AM
#51 Increased flooding in spots and zero-sum droughts elsewhere; monograph-book: +Solving Global Warming and Building Earth's First Planetary Air-Conditioner a_plutonium sci.geo.meteorology (Meteorology) 6 July 11th 07 04:24 PM
NEWBY Q - help me choose a home weather station Sced (UK Weather) 2 November 26th 03 08:34 PM

All times are GMT. The time now is 12:04 PM.

Powered by vBulletin® Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright 2004-2018 Weather Banter.
The comments are property of their posters.

About Us

"It's about Weather"


Copyright © 2017