Do Increasing Contents of Methane and Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere Cause Global Warming?

G. V. Chilingar, O. G. Sorokhtin, L. F. Khilyuk, M. Liu Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, US Section, Los Angeles, USA Email: lmfusc2012@gmail.com Received 26 September 2014; revised 27 October 2014; accepted 10 November 2014 Academic Editor: Mohammad Valipour, University of Tehran, Iran Copyright © 2014 by authors and Scientific Research Publishing Inc. This work is licensed under the Creative …

The Scientific Case for Vacating the EPA’s Carbon Dioxide Endangerment Finding

The Scientific Case for Vacating the EPA’s Carbon Dioxide Endangerment Finding

Patrick J. Michaels • April 21, 2020 View Full Document as PDF Executive Summary The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2009 “Endangerment Finding” from carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases grants the agency a legal mandate that can have profound and far-reaching effects. The Finding is based largely on a Technical Support Document that relies heavily upon other mandated …

Doubling Down on Failure

How a 50 Percent by 2030 Renewable Energy StandardWould Cost Minnesota $80.2 Billion ISAAC M. ORR, MITCH ROLLING, AND JOHN PHELAN Minnesota currently has a law mandating that 25 percent of the state’s electricity come from renewable energy sources, like wind and solar, by 2025. Some lawmakers have proposed doubling the renewable energy mandate (REM), requiring that 50 percent of …

The Scientific Case for Vacating the EPA’s Carbon Dioxide Endangerment Finding

The Hazard of Unreliable Models Guiding Policy By Patrick J. Michaels and Kevin D. Dayaratna April, 2020 Executive Summary The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2009 “Endangerment Finding” from carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases grants the agency a legal mandate that can have profound and far-reaching effects. The Finding is based largely on a Technical Support Document that …

The Climate Noose

Business, Net Zero and the IPCC’s Anticapitalism Rupert Darwall The Global Warming Policy Foundation Report 40 Two-minute read •Why 1.5°C? The stated aim of the 1992 UN Framework Convention on Climate Change is to avoid dangerous anthropogenic interference in the climate system. This was defined by Euro-pean governments as limiting the rise of global temperature to no more than 2°C …

The warming effects of CO2 by the IPCC cannot be fitted into the GH effect

By Antero Ollila March 9, 2020 I have shown that the greenhouse (GH) effect definition of the IPCC and also used by climate researchers violates the physical laws. The GH effect depends on the downward radiation from the atmosphere encompassing three energy sources. Latent heating from the physical state change from gas to liquid and partly even to solid-state, sensible …

Reproduction of the IPCC’s climate sensitivity gives 0.6 °C – not 1.8 °C

By Antero Ollila March 9, 2020 The highest ranked scientific journal Nature published on the 28th of July 2016 an article based on the survey for 1,576 researchers. More than 70 % of the researchers were not able to reproduce the results of another scientist’s experiments. Are there any attempts to reproduce IPCC’s climate sensitivity? I think that the most …

NASA Confirms Falling Sea Levels For Two Years Amidst Media Blackout

NASA Confirms Falling Sea Levels For Two Years Amidst Media Blackout

The Holgate result was confirmed by another 2008 paper authored by Jevrejeva et al, which found the fastest sea level rise during the past 300 years was observed between 1920 – 1950 with maximum of 2.5 mm/yr. In other words: global sea level rise has decelerated since the 1950s. http://notrickszone.com/2018/02/… It is becoming more and more apparent that sea levels …

Challenging the Greenhouse Effect Specification and the Climate Sensitivity of the IPCC

By Antero Ollila Original Research Article Published 24 May 2019 Physical Science International Journal 22(2): 1-19, 2019; Article no.PSIJ.49095 ISSN: 2348-0130 ABSTRACT The greenhouse effect concept has been developed to explain the Earth’s elevated temperature. The prevailing theory of climate change is the anthropogenic global warming theory, which assumes that the greenhouse (GH) effect is due to the longwave (LW) …