The 40 second climate skeptic
A year ago I authored the 60 Second Climate Skeptic. I reproduce that as ballast at the heavy bottom of this post. Over the past year I think I was able to help shave a few more seconds off. Hopefully this shortens the learning curve for some. It certainly did for me. I’ll continue to work this year to try to whittle that down further. I will now add in 40 seconds what continues to challenge the consensus.
First save the references , , and . Then read them on your own if you must.
Water in all of its reproducible hydrodynamic and chemical states, complemented by the rest of our gases and minerals in all of theirs, fired up on a routine basis by the spectrum of periodic, solar-fueled forcings, can explain the monthly, yearly, decadal, and generational patterns of climate that we all know and love. This year includes a recognition by a water utility for my commercial product based on .
About the featured image:
This renders pure data, namely a 60-month averaged animation of satellite integrated Temperature of the full atmospheric thickness across the Pacific Ocean. See  for the ERAI integration references. The mini-wiggle of the red band up and down along the coast of the Pacific Northwest may be correlated to droughts and pluvials of vast areas of California. Perhaps not. But through , I was able to explain the turquoise triangle which intermittently takes shape over the Southern Rocky Mountains. It is the only significant temperature variation one can find in this data based mapping. Any climate scientists who cannot explain are invited to try to learn quickly.
 Wallace, M.G., 2019, Application of lagged correlations between solar cycles and hydrosphere components towards sub-decadal forecasts of streamflows in the Western US. Hydrological Sciences Journal, Oxford UK Volume 64 Issue 2. doi: 10.1080/02626667.2019.
 Wallace, M.G., 2019, Electrokinetic mobilities of ferric colloids through saturated geologic media. Research proposal developed as an alternate to the UNM proposal associated with .
 Abeqas, February 2020, at rock bottom of this post.
Reproduction of last year’s 60 Second Climate Skeptic essay:
In late February 2019 I posted:
One is justified to question why no meteorologist consults a table of current greenhouse gas (ghg) conditions in order to predict the day’s temperature in any region of the planet. The answer is that the ghg effect is not needed to explain any observed temperature related condition across the Earth over any day or week.
Mainstream scientists continue to assert that an effect which cannot be identified from day to day, or even decade to decade, anywhere on our planet, is the pre-eminent climate forcing agent of our century. I know as others who research the atmosphere, that in the mildly edited words of Sun et al. (2019): “Surface air temperature is largely determined by surface net radiation and its partitioning into latent heat and sensible heat fluxes.”
Those wishing more corroboration are invited to scan the featured animation of full atmospheric global temperature semi-decadal patterns. The fluctuations in global geostrophic temperature appear to be both mild and cyclic over the recent satellite – era decades. The decadal scale appears to be repeatedly identified by works of many contemporary researchers and is experiencing a resurgence in solar cycle related investigations.
This post draws upon some related aspects from an earlier feature on Temperature, Moisture, and the Weight of the Atmosphere.
 https://www.researchgate.net/project/Land-atmospheric-Energy-Budgets-and-Regional-Climate-Change C. Zhou and K. Wang January, 2019
February 2020 only a blog rock bottom link from 
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