Cointegration has been mentioned previously and is one of the highest ranking search terms on landshape.
We have also discussed the cointegration manuscript from 2009 by Beenstock and Reingewertz, and I see he has picked up another author and submitted it to an open access journal here.
Here is the abstract.
Polynomial cointegration tests of anthropogenic impact on global warming M. Beenstock, Y. Reingewertz, and N. Paldor
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Kesten Green, now of U South Australia, has a manuscript up called Evidence-based Improvements to Climate Forecasting: Progress and Recommendations arguing that evidence-based research on climate forecasting finds no support for fear of dangerous man-made global warming, because simple, inexpensive, extrapolation models are more accurate than the complex and expensive “General Circulation Models” used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Their rigorous evaluations of Read more [...]22 com
Renewables, man, get something for nothing. Harness the infinite power of wind, water, wave and tide. Why hasn't it been done before? But of course it has - two thousand years ago - and has yet to overcome three basic and insurmountable problems": intermittent, depends on locally weak, dispersed sources of energy, and no viable technology to store significant amounts of power. Bummer....
But Low Energy Nuclear Reactions, or LENR, are showing much more promise as an alternative energy source Read more [...]none