Reading, once again, through the paper published at http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/0707/0707.1161v4.pdf by Gerhard Gerlich and Ralf D. Tscheuschner reveals quite a few I wish I could share with everyone. This one paragraph I found quite humorous.

It cannot be overemphasized that even if these equations [the equations concerning one-fluid] are simplified considerably, one cannot determine numerical solutions, even for small space regions and even for small time intervals. This situation will not change in the next 1000 years regardless of the progress made in computer hardware. Therefore, global climatologists may continue to write updated research grant proposals demanding next-generation supercomputers ad infinitum. As the extremely simplified one-fluid equations are unsolvable, the many-fluid equations would be more unsolvable, the equations that include the averaged equations describing the turbulence would be still more unsolvable, if “unsolvable” had a comparative.

This would be a really easy thing to disprove. All you have to do is solve those equations. However, mathematical analysis of the equations by anyone familiar with that level of math know that trying to solve those equations is hopeless.


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