The Flat Earther CONgregation
Climate alarm, and most of the field of climate (pseudo)science itself, is based on the postulate of a radiative greenhouse effect.
Where does the idea of a radiative greenhouse effect come from? Where was it invented? How was it derived?
It was from this:
That’s from the University of Washington’s Department of Atmospheric Sciences. Here’s another independent, but identical, example:
That one is from Harvard University.
Question: What is the shape of the surface of the Earth in those derivations of the radiative greenhouse effect?
Answer: It is a flat line, i.e. a flat plane.
There you have it. It is 100% incontrovertible. You are looking at “science’s” very own work, its very own depiction of the Earth, its very own derivation, its very own geometry.
There is a modern-day field of science which treats the Earth as flat. It is literally flat Earth science, producing, as can be expected, total pseudoscience.
And it’s not just this particular field of “science” which does this, because most of the rest of science supports and teaches this flat Earth science as well. You will find astrophysics and astrophysicists teaching flat Earth science, you will find geology and geologists teaching flat Earth science, you will find physics teaching this, and thermodynamics teaching it, etc.
Science is literally teaching young people today that the Earth is flat, and that therefore sunshine falls uniformly on this flat Earth with no day & night, and that therefore sunshine has no ability to heat anything above -18°C, and that therefore cold air can make you hot. Think of it: science is teaching young people today that if they go outside when the air is -18°C, that this freezing cold air which is freezing your skin and making you cold…is actually warming you up.
It couldn’t be any more ironic and ridiculous that the very people who accuse others of being “flat Earthers” for not believing in their pseudoscience, at the highest levels of academia, literally base their claims on flat Earth science!
What a joke.
“Once you have assumed the wrong ontology and epistemology, everything you subsequently say is automatically in error.”
-Hockney, Mike (2015-06-02). The War of the Ghosts and Machines (The God Series Book 28) (Kindle Locations 655-656). Hyperreality Books. Kindle Edition.
It’s deriving fiction, out of fiction.
Question: Is your physics correct to start off, and can your physics be subsequently correct, if you treat the Earth as flat, with no day & night, with no rotation, with incoming sunshine being freezing cold at -18°C?
Are those things correct, you interminable bastards!?
Answer: Your answer says everything about you. And we know what it says about you.
What’s worse is when people confronted with this finally agree that it is all pseudoscience, yet say that they still want to go along with the ideology associated with it anyway!
Boy, now that really says something about you.