Bryce Johnson

The Limits of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Effects and Control

by Bryce Johnson  Abstract The interactions of the fossil-fuel source of carbon dioxide with the atmosphere as well as in the total biosphere are analyzed. The time dependence of resulting carbon levels and temperatures in all components of the biosphere are determined under a full range of possible insertion and depletion rates to and from …

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The limits of carbon dioxide’s influence on world temperature

by Bryce Johnson Foreword Proponents of anthropogenic global warming (AGW) hold that mankind causes the increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) by burning fossil fuels and that without urgent measures to reduce its increase it will cause a runaway temperature increase within a few decades that will have unacceptably severe consequences to mankind. This article …

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