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An Electronic Analog to Climate Feedback

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Here we simulate a “test rig” for illustrating the difference between Christopher Monckton’s approach to projecting equilibrium climate sensitivity (“ECS”) and what he says climatology’s approach is. (ECS is the change in equilibrium surface temperature that doubling carbon-dioxide concentration would cause, and we use climatology as Lord Monckton does to refer to proponents of high ECS values.) We will see that failure to employ standard feedback theory is not the cause of the high ECS values we see bruited about.

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