July 15, 2021: I invite readers to read Jerry Elwood’s comment and my reply of this date. Jerry’s excellent comment shows how science is supposed to work.
Think of this as a chess game. Now, it is my turn to reply which may take me a week.
Meanwhile, this is a tremendous opportunity for other scientists to comment. There may not be a more meaningful discussion of climate science on the Internet.
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Comments by scientists:
Ed’s paper “quantifies the anthropogenic and natural contributions to changes in atmospheric CO2 concentration without need for knowledge of rate constants for individual mechanisms. This is a breakthrough in understanding which Segalstad, Harde, Salby, and myself all failed to make.” – Dr. Richard Courtney
“A proper model must address all CO2 in the atmosphere at once, without discrimination. You do that magnificently from first principles.” – Dr. Gordon Fulks
“Ed does not make mathematical mistakes in solving his rate equations.” – Dr. William Happer
“Dear Ed, Congratulations – a wonderful piece of work.” – Dr. Nils-Axel Morner
- Edwin X Berry, PhD, Atmospheric Physics, CCM
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(I took the above photo of Flathead Lake from the Montana State Park in Bigfork, a 15 minute drive from my home. – Ed)