Video Published on Jun 9, 2013
Presentation of Prof. Murry Salby in Hamburg, Germany, on 18 April 2013 with the title: Relationship between Greenhouse Gases and Global Temperature.
Salby concludes the IPCC’s claim that carbon isotope ratios to prove burning of fossil fuels caused the increase in atmospheric CO2 is false. His reasons are (a) human emissions are only 5/150 of natural emissions, making human emissions relatively insignificant to natural emissions, and (b) natural emissions also contain carbon isotope rations similar to fossil fuels.
Murry Salby discusses this issue on pages 23-25 of his book “Physics of the Atmosphere and Climate“. He also explains his interpretation in his video beginning at 34 minutes.
Dr. Murry Salby’s comprehensive new textbook, “Physics of the Atmosphere and Climate” explains the reasons for the increase in atmospheric CO2 concentration in excruciating detail on pages 250 to 255. He concludes ocean surface temperatures are the primary driver of atmospheric CO2 concentration and human contributions are minor.