Panspermia or Bad Atmospheric Transport Models


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http://www.space.com/22875-alien-life-claim-space-microbes.html

Just about every year for the last 10-15 years I've been reading story after story

concerning life-forms being found where they should not exist according to

conventional atmospheric transport models. This story is much like the others

except involving a larger piece of biological remains.

I am generally inclined to believe in panspermia as a theory but I also know

atmospheric scientists have been extremely sloppy since I began following their

research during the initial Ozone Hole scare days - mid 1980's.

Atmospheric work is so incomplete and sloppy that it is actually surprising that

anyone would take their work seriously in predicting what can or cannot be

transported to various altitudes. It would be worth the effort to do a few thousand

balloon sampling missions at various heights per year for a few decades to

get a better understanding of how bad atmospheric transport modeling actually

is. The results would directly impact Ozone Hole and Climate Change modeling

claims so I suspect that is the primary reason we only hear from panspermia

supporters in this regard.

Yet another reason to suspect Climate Change advocates are engaged in fraud

because they have not done their homework on the atmospheric transport of

solids - among a hundred other variables they fail to correctly model in codes

never validated.

Dennis

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At this moment there is no Climate Science.

The closest I have seen anyone come to it was Freeman Dyson, a particle physicist.

Please see: http://wattsupwiththat.com/2013/04/05/freeman-dyson-speaks-out-about-climate-science-and-fudge/

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At this moment there is no Climate Science.

The closest I have seen anyone come to it was Freeman Dyson, a particle physicist.

Please see: http://wattsupwiththat.com/2013/04/05/freeman-dyson-speaks-out-about-climate-science-and-fudge/

Dyson is quite correct. Charles Krauthammer recently spoke of Dyson's views concerning climate modeling saying that

Dyson had more brains in his little pinkie than all the climate modelers put together. I also consider that to be a correct

assessment.

Dennis

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