AGW Hypothesis

Improved Simple Climate Sensitivity Model

by Richard J. Petschauer (February 24, 2011) 1.  Summary of the Present Simple Model and Its Limitations The present simple climate model, used by most climate scientists to estimate climate sensitivity, is based on maintaining energy balance between the net solar incoming shortwave solar radiation and the outgoing longwave radiation from the planet. Increased CO2 …

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CO2 Cannot Cause Global Warming

Ferenc Miskolczi’s Saturated Greenhouse Effect Theory by Miklos Zagoni, SPPI, December 18, 2009 The Earth’s atmosphere differs in essence from that of Venus and Mars. Our atmosphere is not totally cloud-covered, as is Venus: globally, about 40% of the sky is always clear. Also we have huge ocean surfaces that serve as a practically unlimited …

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Ferenc Miskolczi’s Saturated Greenhouse Effect Theory: References

Miskolszi (2007): Greenhouse effect in semi-transparent planetary atmospheres. IDŐJÁRÁS, Vol. 111, No. 1, January–March 2007, pp. 1–40. PDF Miklos Zagoni (December 18, 2009): Ferenc Miskolczi’s Saturated Greenhouse Effect Theory: CO2 cannot cause any more global warming. SPPI Original Paper. Miskolczi (2010): The stable stationary value of the earth’s global average atmospheric Planck-weighted Greenhouse-gas optical thickness. PDF Discussion with Miklos Zagoni (2011) ClimateClash.com. Miskolczi …

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CO2 Insignificant in Earth Warming

by Bryce Johnson (Revised, January 31, 2011) The SpectralCalc™ Code In a recent publication (1) Richard J. Petschauer utilized the SpectralCalc™ computer code (2) to demonstrate that carbon dioxide is but a “bit player” in earth warming by greenhouse gases (ghg’s). The code is extremely detailed and sophisticated, containing all the needed atmospheric and IR …

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Ferenc Miskolczi Greenhouse Effect References

Miskolszi (2007): Greenhouse effect in semi-transparent planetary atmospheres. IDŐJÁRÁS, Vol. 111, No. 1, January–March 2007, pp. 1–40. PDF Miklos Zagoni (December 18, 2009): Ferenc Miskolczi’s Saturated Greenhouse Effect Theory: CO2 cannot cause any more global warming. SPPI Original Paper. Miskolczi (2010): The stable stationary value of the earth’s global average atmospheric Planck-weighted Greenhouse-gas optical thickness. PDF Discussion with Miklos Zagoni (2011) ClimateClash.com. Miskolczi …

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NASA silenced Ferenc Miskolczi on his GHG research

by Dr Miklos Zagoni, Physicist, Budapest, Hungary, 31 Dec, 2009 In 2004, Dr. Ferenc Miskolczi published a paper “The greenhouse effect and the spectral decomposition of the clear-sky terrestrial radiation“, in the Quarterly Journal of the Hungarian Meteorological Service (Vol. 108, No. 4, October–December 2004, pp. 209–251.). The co-author of the article was his boss at NASA (Martin Mlynczak). …

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Carbon Heat Trapping – A Critique

Carbon Heat Trapping a Bit Player in Global Warming by Richard J. Petschauer, Senior Member IEEE, Private Publication Abstract New calculations show that doubling of carbon dioxide (CO2) will increase average global temperature by only about 1F (degrees Fahrenheit) or 0.55C (degrees Centigrade), much less than the range of 2C to 4.5C estimated by the …

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On the recovery from the Little Ice Age

by Syun-Ichi Akasofu 1. Introduction: The Little Ice Age (LIA) Significant data show the LIA certainly ended in about 1800-1850 and the recovery has continuously progressed to the present with superposed ‘fluctuations’ Let’s first review changes of temperature from about 1000 to the present. Figure 1(a) shows a typical example of tree-ring data from the …

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Disproving Anthropogenic Global Warming

by Leonard Weinstein, ScD, April 25, 2009, Google A hypothesis has been proposed that human activity over about the last 150 years has caused a significant rise in Earth’s average temperature. The mechanism claimed is based on an increased greenhouse effect caused by anthropogenic increases in CO2 from burning of fossil fuels, deforestation, cement manufacture, …

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Atmospheric Greenhouse effect on AGW

by Leonard Weinstein, ScD. Background and the Issue The material in this first section tries to define the issue clearly rather than get into specific numbers and results. The comments may include discussion of specific results, but interpretation of available data is given in later sections. Before I describe the atmospheric greenhouse effect, I need …

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Singer: Nature – not Human Activity – Rules the Climate

By S. Fred Singer, University of Virginia and SEPP (Presented at Erice Conference, Aug 2010) Summary Santer and sixteen coauthors [2008; hereafter S08] claim that observed temperature trends (in the tropical troposphere) are “consistent” with trends derived from General Circulation Models (GCM).  This result, if correct, would seem to support the validity of greenhouse (GH) …

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Temperature and CO2 History

600 Million Year History Fig. 1A. TOP: Global Temperature and Atmospheric CO2 over Geologic Time. Late Carboniferous to Early Permian time (315 mya — 270 mya) is the only time period in the last 600 million years when both atmospheric CO2 and temperatures were as low as they are today (Quaternary Period ).

Dr. Tim Ball: Article List

Climate Change; Data Control The Enemy Within – Oct 4, 2010 Climate Research Has Been Hampered by the IPCC and Governments for over Twenty Years – Sep 30, 2010 Ernst Georg Beck:  A Major Contributor To Climate Science Effectively Sidelined By Climate Deceivers – Sep 27, 2010

Segalstad: Correct Timing is Everything – Also for CO2 in the Air

by Tom V. Segalstad, CO2Science In a paper recently published in the international peer-reviewed journal Energy & Fuels, Dr. Robert H. Essenhigh (2009), Professor of Energy Conversion at The Ohio State University, addresses the residence time (RT) of anthropogenic CO2 in the air. He finds that the RT for bulk atmospheric CO2, the molecule 12CO2, …

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Why our glaciers are melting

by Dr. Ed Berry This chart shows how glaciers have been melting at a constant rate since about 1820. They began melting long before human carbon dioxide emissions became significant starting in about 1950. This raises these questions:

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