The aim of this piece is to demonstrate that the computer models used for making predictions on Global Warming are basically unable to make the predictions they do in any meaningful way.
To do so I will have to show the reasons that they cannot work for the use they were intended.
The arguments will have to rely on logical reasoning
Analogies to other similar situations will help demonstrate the points used.
The argument will rely on the complexity of the task and the amount of input available at the current moment. It will also depend on the definitions used which will need to be set out clearly.
The topic of Global Warming will also need to be explained in context and history.
Potted version. The earth as a rotating solid mass revolves around the Sun and has forces exerted upon it by other celestial bodies including the moon, other planets, comets meteors space debris and background radiations of many sorts.
It is presumed to have formed 4 to 5 billion years ago at the same time as the rest of the planetary system. Its composition is unknown and has had to be inferred from its weight, motion and chemistry and observation of other planets.
Due to the presence of a strong magnetic field it i s postulated that it has an iron core and seismic experiments suggest that it has a liquid core with a more solid covering of iron and then a mantle of other elements.
The earth possesses a degree of internal heat which might be kept going by nuclear fission of radioactive elements in the earths core and crust. Another cause of heat production is thought to be from compressive forces due to the pressure of the materials themselves as it rises closer to the core. Gravitational forces are also postulated to work on the material of the earth as in causing waves in water but also in causing storm patterns [Coriolis forces] and land or earth waves. While usually postulated as working on the mantle and crust there is no reason to expect that they might not work on all parts of the earth.
The earth surface is where humanity lives in a space of 2 meters from the surface of the ground up. This living space is broader for other parts of the biosphere.
Bacteria can live to depths of up to 5 kilometers in the earth mantle and seas and can go to thousands of meters in the air
Conditions for life involve a need for water, sunshine and oxygen and carbon dioxide plus numerous other trace and not so trace elements and compounds. Not all components are needed for some life forms eg anaerobic bacteria do not need oxygen and some plants and animals survive without sunshine
For those creatures on the earth’s surface an important element is the surface temperature.