The cloud thermostat is the dominant climate controlling mechanism

Lecture by Dr. John F. Clausner in May, 2024.

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ICSF invited Dr Ole Humlum to a Zoom lecture
Held on Wednesday, May 8, 2024
Jim O’Brien was host.

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 news demonstrating that there is no real climate crisis, and that Earth is not in peril; the clear corollary is that IPCC’s (and NOAA’s) claims are a myth and therefore that trillions of dollars are being wasted on pointless mitigation measures that should instead be put to constructive use.

Dr John F Clauser was awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize for Physics for his experiments with quantum entanglement, sharing the prize with French physicist Alain Aspect and Austrian physicist Anton Zeilinger. The laureates’ development of experimental tools has laid the foundation for a new era of quantum technology. Dr Clauser graduated from Caltech in 1964, and continued at Columbia University, with a Master in 1966 and a Doctorate in 1969. He held postdoctoral positions from 1969 to 1975 at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, before serving as a research physicist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory until 1986. In 1990 he joined the physics faculty of the University of California, Berkeley, as a research scientist. Since 1997 he has been self employed as a private consultant, and recently achieved global headlines in announcing his disenchantment with the IPCC catastrophe narrative.