The cloud thermostat is the dominant climate controlling mechanism

Lecture by Dr. John F. Clausner in May, 2024. Download notes as PDF Held by Zoom on Wednesday, May 8, 2024 Dr Clauser demonstrates, based on his recent groundbreaking research, that there are serious faults in the IPCC models of the Earth’s atmosphere and that its interpretation of observational data from a variety of observational modalities are flawed. He then introduces his original research on the cloud-thermostat mechanism, which he concludes is the overwhelmingly dominant climate controlling feedback mechanism that stabilizes the Earth’s climate and temperature and thereby actually prevents runaway global warming. He therefore asserts that this is great …

CO2 diffusion in polar ice: observations from naturally formed CO2 spikes in the Siple Dome (Antarctica) ice core

Jinho AHN, Melissa HEADLY, Martin WAHLEN, Edward J. BROOK, Paul A. MAYEWSKI, Kendrick C. TAYLOR ABSTRACT. One common assumption in interpreting ice-core CO2 records is that diffusion in the ice does not affect the concentration profile. However, this assumption remains untested because the extremely small CO2 diffusion coefficient in ice has not been accurately determined in the laboratory. In this study we take advantage of high levels of CO2 associated with refrozen layers in an ice core from Siple Dome, Antarctica, to study CO2 diffusion rates. We use noble gases (Xe /Ar and Kr /Ar), electrical conductivity and Ca2+ ion …

Valentina Zharkova: “in next 30 yrs, global warming prob. will be last thing in our mind”

Graduated with first class with distinction degree in Applied Math from Kiev National University, Kiev, Ukraine (1975); did PhD in Astrophysics ‘Radiative transfer of solar prominences’ at Main Astronomical Observatory, Kiev, Ukraine, viva in 1984. Worked as Researcher/Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer at KNU (1975-1994). In 1992 moved to Glasgow University, UK as Senior Research Fellow to investigate energetic particles in solar flares. Discovered sunquakes induced by flaring processes, published a paper in Nature, 1998 with wide media coverage. In 2000 moved to Bradford University as Lecturer, then Reader (2002) and Professor of Applied Mathematics (2005). Joined Northumbria University in September 2013 …

Terrestrial Temperature, Sea Levels and Ice Area Links with Solar Activity and Solar Orbital Motion

Valentina V. Zharkova1, Irina Vasilieva DOI: 10.4236/ns.2023.159018 Natural Science > Vol.15 No.9, September 2023 Abstract This paper explores the links between terrestrial temperature, sea levels and ice areas in both hemispheres with solar activity indices expressed through averaged sunspot numbers together with the summary curve of eigenvectors of the solar background magnetic field (SBMF) and with changes of Sun-Earth distances caused by solar inertial motion resulting from the gravitation of large planets in the solar system. Using the wavelet analysis of the GLB and HadCRUTS datasets two periods: 21.4 and 36 years in GLB, set and the period of about …

Willie Soon: Bad Data: Are NASA, NOAA and EPA Violating the Data Quality Act?

Dr. Willie Soon, an astrophysicist and geoscientist, is a leading authority on the relationship between solar phenomena and global climate. In this 32+ years of singular pursuit, he seeks to understand the Sun-Earth relations in terms of not only meteorology and climate, but also in terms of orbital dynamics of Sun-Earth-other planets interactions, magmatic (volcanoes) and tectonic (earthquakes) activities. His discoveries challenge computer modelers and advocates who consistently underestimate solar influences on cloud formation, ocean currents, and wind that cause climate to change. He has faced and risen above unethical and often libelous attacks on his research and his character, …

Carbon Dioxide is Good

Carbon Dioxide is Good. It is needed for photosynthesis and life on this planet. A much higher carbon dioxide level increases plant growth and drought resistance. It is the result of temperature change not the cause of it. However, if it could warm the planet, that would mean a longer growing season and more food production.

Davos Elite’s Vision Of Your Future

Welcome to the inaugural episode of Davos Watch. This episode dives into a report by the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, scrutinizing the actions and agendas of global elites from Davos to the UN. The report outlines ambitious targets for 2030 in areas such as meat consumption, clothing purchases, and personal transportation.

Sen. John Kennedy Grilling Energy Secretary on Carbon Neutrality in Hearing

Senator John Kennedy says “…I am all for carbon neutrality….” Thus on the one hand David Turk of the DOE says to him “We need to spend $50 trillion to achieve carbon neutrality in the US.” The Senator traps him into acknowledging that he has zero idea if or how this will affect the Earth’s “global temperature” (a pseudoscience term) in terms of degrees Centigrade. However, at timeline mark 01:08 the Senator says “Now I am all for carbon neutrality.” How can a responsible senator be all for something costing trillions of dollars if he does not know the benefits …