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  1. Anyone who has ever studied Fluid Dynamics in an engineering, aeronautics, or physics class knows that any fluid system has a large number of variables that interact in a non-linear way.
    The problem is compounded when the system is not closed – i.e. when there are external variables that can directly influence the system, but are not affected by the system (cosmic rays, sunlight, etc.)
    The very existence of a ‘climate variations and predictability’ group at NOAA advertises the idealism, arrogance, and oversimplifications inherent in the mind-set of the researchers, as well as the lack of understanding of the mathematics called Chaos Theory.

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