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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    I'm not ignoring them. I believe I've come to the point to which I stated in my previous post. That is: The terms of “predictably”, “uniformity” and "chaos"are subjective in this regard, so it seems "my massive weather changes" scenarios fall within the known parameters. In other words, the...
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    Well at that point, we would have to define what exactly we mean by "random", and I sure the heck don't want to go there. Is it more a matter of what I said in my previous post? That is: Is it a matter of “predictably”, “uniformity” and "chaos"are subjective terms in this regard, and my...
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    I understand what you mean. That's precisely why I also gave the other scenario of comparing the general weather conditions from one summer to the next as well. I'm finding it difficult to get my point across. I'll try one more time: The scenarios I presented are examples of how unpredictable...
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    Jim, I only used the "year" term to generally describe a time frame to which the distance from the earth to the sun is exactly the same.
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    I've been comparing two points in time (about a year apart) when the distance from the earth to the sun is exactly the same. Anyway, I'm going to to try and refine my question, and suspect the new question will be geared toward predictability and chaotic systems. So far, it seems I may have...
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    I've only got a moment for another reply, so for now: Hmm27, I obviously worded that wrong, but you know what I meant.
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    Yes, I've considered that Dave, and I'm still mulling that over. For some reason, I can't help thinking that there are other variables that are either being missed, or underrated. I don't know. It could be due to the fact that when I visit a web site that has scientists discussing and debating...
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    Thanks again for the replies. I had to take a break to tend to my brain bleed on the matter. lol I could be totally wrong, and I mean no offense, but it seems my question remains unanswered. Unless of course, it has been answered, but I'm not understanding the answer??? I'll narrow down my...
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    I elaborated on my question in my previous post (post#9). It's in my reply to Dave. Where can I get my hands on one of those mystery rays? :smile:
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    Whew. That's all a lot to digest. Thank you to all. Hmmm27, I didn't delete my first reply. It was deleted by a mod. In regards to your question: I'm just trying to find out if all variables are considered and understood when it comes to the climate. For example, some of the possibilities I...
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    Thank you all for the replies. Unfortunately, the answers aren't actually addressing the scenario I pointed out. In addition, answers such as air temperature, land temperature, ocean temperature, temperature gradients, water vapour concentration, air pressure and air pressure gradients, air...
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    What causes the weather? (not the seasons)

    Hello. One winter can be mild and snow free, while the next winter is a frozen wasteland. One summer can be blistering hot, while the next is rather cool. More specifically, if you take that example down to the day, then why can the weather be drastically different on July 31st 2020 compared to...
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