Dependence of Earth’s Thermal Radiation on Five Most Abundant Greenhouse Gases

W. A. van Wijngaarden and W. Happer June 8, 2020 The atmospheric temperatures and concentrations of Earth’s five most important, greenhouse gases, H2O, CO2, O3, N2O and CH4 control the cloud-free, thermal radiative flux from the Earth to outer space. Over 1/3 million lines having strengths as low as 10−27 cm of the HITRAN database were used to evaluate the …

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF FOSSIL FUEL EMISSIONS AND OCEAN ACIDIFICATION

JAMAL MUNSHI ABSTRACT: Detrended correlation analysis of annual fossil fuel emissions and mean annual changes in ocean CO2 concentration in the sample period 1958-2014 shows no evidence that the two series are causally related. The finding is inconsistent with the claim that fossil fuel emissions have a measurable impact on the CO2 concentration of the oceans at a lag and …

Richard Lindzen – The Imaginary Climate Crisis – How can we Change the Message

A Zoom presentation arranged by the ICSF and Clintel held on 31 March 2021. Re-recorded on 2nd April due to disruptions by trolls who failed to prevent a very informative and insightful Zoom talk by Professor Lindzen. Professor Emeritus Richard S Lindzen is a world‐renowned dynamical meteorologist with interests in the broad topics of climate, planetary waves, monsoon meteorology, planetary …

Global temperature dropped to the pause level of the early 2000s

Dr. Antero Ollila | April 3, 2021 The satellite temperature measurement of the March has been published, Figure 1. Figure 2. Monthly values of satellite temperature UAH in 2002–2021. The impact of ENSO events has been calculated using the formula 0.1*ONI (Oceanic Nino Index) applying a delay of five months. The temperature of March has dropped to pause temperature average …

Scientific Proof

From Mike Lindell, Dr. Douglas G. Frank shows and explains the voting machine algorithm used in every county he’s studied, which is a lot of counties, in many states. This has held true no matter what brand of voting machine the county uses. The alorithm is fairly simple, and based on the 2010 census data.

Perceptions of climate impacts at odds with scientific data

Global Warming Policy Forum Press Release | April 1, 2021 A new Savanta ComRes poll commissioned by the Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) has revealed low levels of public awareness of key trends relating to climate change and international development. The survey of British adults suggests that the public perceive the impacts of climate change to be more negative than …

John Tyndall, Atmospheric Researcher. Part 1: Carbon Dioxide and Fog Horns

Picturing Meteorology | Dec. 31, 2017 When you say “Tyndall” to an atmospheric scientist today, they are likely to think of the Tyndall Centre, Great Britain’s premier unit for climate change research. But the Centre is named for a man, whose adventurous career in 19th century science deserves an extensive biography. Roland Jackson has written that book, The Ascent of …

Climate Dynamics: The True Control Knob of Climate Change

Climate Dynamics: The True Control Knob of Climate Change

by Jim Steele | March 27, 2021 The earth’s energy equilibrium is determined by the balance between incoming solar radiation versus radiative cooling that emits infrared radiation back to space. Water vapor primarily and CO2 can slow radiative cooling via the greenhouse effect. I am most grateful for the greenhouse effect. Without it the earth’s average temperature would hover near …

Greenhouse theory refuted by 17 papers finding Co2 can make the climate colder

“CO2 rise of 0.008% too tiny to matter.” By James G Matkin New research from 17 papers refutes Greenhouse theory with stunning findings that Co2 makes the climate colder, Co2 lags temperature is so tiny it can be “neglected.” The earth is cooling yet Co2 emissions are rising is there a connection? Yes according the extensive research of Thomas Alimendinger …