We build our lives on our assumptions

We build our lives on our assumptions

Ed Berry Be thankful we can find the truth if we seek it, especially in climate change. Jane is an honest lady who tries her best to improve the world. She voted for a Democratic candidate in 2020 mainly because…

How much does CO2 warm the Earth?

How much does CO2 warm the Earth?

We have two excellent professional papers on climate change to review and compare. The first is by William A. van Wijngaarden and Will Happer. They calculate the CO2 climate sensitivity – the increase in temperature when CO2 doubles – is…

The World’s most costly Scientific Error

The World’s most costly Scientific Error

Monday, September 13, 2021by Dr. Ed Berry The world’s most costly scientific error is the false belief that human CO2 causes all the increase in atmospheric CO2. The truth is that nature causes most of the increase. The truth changes everything they…

Preprint #3: A new carbon cycle model shows human emissions cause 25% and nature 75% of the CO2 increase

Preprint #3: A new carbon cycle model shows human emissions cause 25% and nature 75% of the CO2 increase

My publication The Impact of human CO2 on atmospheric CO2 – edberry.com supersedes my Preprint #3 below. The PDF viewer lets you download my paper. Download Excel file here. Comments by scientists: “Dear Ed, Congratulations – a wonderful piece of…

Montana Supreme Court rejects the Global Warming petition by Our Children’s Trust

Montana Supreme Court rejects the Global Warming petition by Our Children’s Trust

“This establishes once and for all, at least as far as Montana law is concerned, climate science is decidedly not settled.” – Attorney Quentin Rhoades Barhaugh v. Montana: Petition for Original Jurisdiction The Petition is based on its claims (highlighted)…

Segalstad: Global warming dogma

Segalstad: Global warming dogma

by Tom V. Segalstad (1998) A number of lifetimes and timescales are being used in both scientific and policy context to describe the behavior of heat-absorbing gases in the atmosphere. These concepts are very important for the discussion on whether…

Limits to understanding changes to atmospheric carbon dioxide

Limits to understanding changes to atmospheric carbon dioxide

by Richard S. Courtney New plot to compare with Figure 1 Compare Richard Courtney’s Figure 1 with the figure below that I (Ed) plotted using IPCC-approved data with monthly resolution with the bonus that the data extend to 2015. The…