EXTRATERRESTRIAL FORCING OF SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE: A PARODY

by JAMAL MUNSHI, Ph.D. ABSTRACT: It is proposed that visitation by extraterrestrial spacecraft (UFO) alters the electromagnetic properties of the earth, its atmosphere, and its oceans and that these changes can cause global warming leading to climate change and thence to the catastrophic consequences of floods, droughts, severe storms, and sea level rise. An empirical test of this theory is …

Quantum Resonance Interferometry (QRI)

Dr. Sandeep Gulati Overview Quantum Resonance Interferometry (QRI), an advanced, mathematics-based, active signal processing software technology, was discovered and developed by mathematician Sandeep Gulati, Ph.D., who was a senior manager in supercomputing and quantum computing at Caltech/NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Active Signal Processing Prior to the discovery of QRI, active signal processing was discovered some twenty years ago and developed …

Measurement of Pre-Industrial CO2 Levels

By Dr Timothy Ball 11/2008 Abstract A major part of the focus on human produced CO2 as the cause of global warming is the claimed increase in atmospheric levels from pre-industrial CO2 to the present. Ice cores provide the historic record and data collected at Mauna Loa the recent record. Both records are drastically modified to produce a smooth apparently …

180 Years accurate CO 2 – Gasanalysis of Air by Chemical Methods (Short version)

Dipl. Biol. Ernst-Georg Beck, Merian-Schule Freiburg, 8/2006 1. Short summary on the knowledge about the CO 2 air gas analysis (2006) The context of carbon dioxide as the base of all organic matter on earth with fundamental importance for metabolism of organisms is taught in each school and all universities of the world. The background for these realizations were investigated …

The anatomy of past abrupt warmings recorded in Greenland ice

E. Capron, S. O. Rasmussen, T. J. Popp, T. Erhardt, H. Fischer, A. Landais, J. B. Pedro, G. Vettoretti, A. Grinsted, V. Gkinis, B. Vaughn, A. Svensson, B. M. Vinther & J. W. C. White Abstract Data availability and temporal resolution make it challenging to unravel the anatomy(duration and temporal phasing) of the Last Glacial abrupt climate changes. Here, we …

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 …

Holocene Millennial-Scale Solar Variability and the Climatic Responses on Earth

February 2021 Universe 2021(36) DOI: 10.3390/universe7020036 Projects: Create new project “HK Project” Geophysics-Space Data Science Authors: Xinhua Zhao, Willie Soon, Victor Manuel Naumovich Velasco Herrera Abstract The solar impact on Earth’s climate is both a rich and open-ended topic with intense debates. In this study, we use the reconstructed data available to investigate periodicities of solar variability (i.e., variations of …

Snow-covering effects on the power output of solar photovoltaic arrays

Snow-covering effects on the power output of solar photovoltaic arrays

OSTI.gov Authors: Brench, B. L. Publication Date: 1979-12-01 Abstract In general, snow covering a photovoltaic panel causes negligible energy loss when the snow is light and melts easily; however, a more serious loss can occur when the snow is heavy and does not quickly melt or shed. In order to examine the effects of snow cover on the output energy …