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The fork in the road of the climate change debate

by Dr. Ed Berry Al Gore framed the climate debate. He said, human carbon dioxide emissions increase atmospheric carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas. Greenhouse gases traps heat like a blanket that keeps you warm at night. It was that simple, he told us. People believe big Al’s story. Simplicity sells. But simple…

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Why human CO2 does not change climate

by Edwin Berry, PhD, CCM October 2, 2017: I posted this preprint to get comments. Thank you for your comments, which have helped me improve this preprint.  April, 6, 2018: Without changing this preprint, I separately revised and improved it for publication. Comments are now closed. The copyright for this preprint does not allow republication or…

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CO2 from Human Emissions

Partick Moore began this public discussion with a email group on April 22. We have moved our email discussion to this post. We show the previous emails in chronological order through April 30. Now anyone interested can post comments to continue the discussion. – Ed April 22, 2017 Patrick Moore wrote: Dear all: See: http://theclimatescepticsparty.blogspot.ca/2017/04/the-increase-in-co2-is-not-due-to-humans.html I am sorry to…

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Why our CO2 emissions do not increase Atmosphere CO2: Part 2

by Edwin Berry, PhD, Atmospheric Physics, also published in NewsWithViews Over 4000 people, including hundreds of scientists, read my article “Why our CO2 emissions do not increase Atmosphere CO2“. As I write this, there are 126 comments. One well-respected scientist wrote to me: Your article is (in my opinion) the BEST commentary yet that I’ve seen on this topic….

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Data contradict government Climate Claims

by John R. Christy, University of Alabama in Huntsville, February 2, 2016  Testimony to U.S. House Committee on Science, Space & Technology I am John R. Christy, Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science, Alabama’s State Climatologist and Director of the Earth System Science Center at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. I have served as Lead Author,…

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Feynman: The Key to Science (1964)

“Now I’m going to discuss how we would look for a new law. In general, we look for a new law by the following process. “First, we guess it (audience laughter), no, don’t laugh, that’s the truth. Then we compute the consequences of the guess, to see if this law we guess is right, to…

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Sun, not CO2, causes climate change

First published on Sep 29, 2015. I changed this date so more readers can find Soon’s publication.  – Ed by Dr. Ed Berry (Ph.D., Atmospheric Physics) A new, peer-reviewed professional paper shows our sun, not our carbon dioxide, causes climate change. It also shows atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations are an insignificant player, and possibly a non-player, in climate…

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Should I Worry?

Dr. Nebert is a physician-scientist with 50 years of work in basic and clinical research. He has over 500 publications. His public-oriented articles, like this one, are about busting myths. He uses scientific facts to counter publicly accepted hype and hysteria. The Cincinnati Enquirer published this article in May 2015. – Ed by Dr. Daniel W Nebert, Professor…

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A Warming Arctic Would Not Cause Increased Severe Weather or Temperature Extremes

by Chuck Wiese, Meteorologist, Weatherwise, Inc. This paper is a critique Francis and Vavrus (2012), hereinafter FV (2012), by atmospheric scientists Jennifer Francis from Rutgers University and Steve Vavrus of the University of Wisconsin. Their paper can be downloaded here and an updated version here: FV (2012) claims a measured decrease in the zonal or west to east…

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Simple Rebuttal to a Climate Delusion

by Dr. Ed Berry (Daily Inter Lake, Feb 5) Robert Petersen (Daily Inter Lake, Jan 31) writes “Look east at the glaciers that are no longer there,” to support his belief our CO2 causes global warming. He does not understand cause and effect. He assumes the almost linear decrease in Glacier Park glaciers since 1830 means…