NO EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE FOR THE SIGNIFICANT ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE

A new study by researchers at Turku University in Finland found that the human contribution to a rise of 0.1°C in global temperatures over the last century is just 0.01°C. The paper, titled ‘No experimental evidence for the significant anthropogenic climate change’ was published by Jyrki Kauppinen and Pekka Malmi. The study found that, “During the last hundred years the …

Human CO2 Emissions Have Little Effect on Atmospheric CO2

edberry.com Abstract The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) agrees human CO2 is only 5 percent and natural CO2 is 95 percent of the CO2 inflow into the atmosphere. The ratio of human to natural CO2 in the atmosphere must equal the ratio of the inflows. Yet IPCC claims human CO2 has caused all the rise in atmospheric …

RESPONSIVENESS OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 TO FOSSIL FUEL EMISSIONS: UPDATED

JAMAL MUNSHI Date: July 2017, Revised 7/7/2017 ABSTRACT: The IPCC carbon budget concludes that changes in atmospheric CO2 are driven by fossil fuel emissions on a year by year basis. A testable implication of the validity of this carbon budget is that changes in atmospheric CO2 should be correlated with fossil fuel emissions at an annual time scale net of …

On the incident solar radiation in CMIP5 models

AGU100 Linjiong Zhou, Minghua Zhang, Qing Bao, Yimin Liu First published: 05 March 2015 https://doi.org/10.1002/2015GL063239 Abstract Annual incident solar radiation at the top of atmosphere should be independent of longitudes. However, in many Coupled Model Intercomparison Project phase 5 (CMIP5) models, we find that the incident radiation exhibited zonal oscillations, with up to 30 W/m2 of spurious variations. This feature can …

50 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENT OF CO2 ON MAUNA LOA

by Ernst-Georg Beck, Dipl.Biol. Reprinted from ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT, VOLUME 19 No. 7 2008 Abb. 1: The Keeling Curve, above on the left: Roger Revelle, Gustav Arrhenius and Charles Keeling. On the right the Mauna Loa Observatory at the elevation of 3397 m in an aerial view of the volcano Mauna Loa [1, 2, 3, and 4]. Download PDF This …

180 YEARS OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 GAS ANALYSIS BY CHEMICAL METHODS

by Ernst-Georg Beck Reprinted from ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT, VOLUME 18 No. 2 2007 ABSTRACT More than 90,000 accurate chemical analyses of CO2 in air since 1812 are summarised. The historic chemical data reveal that changes in CO2 track changes in temperature, and therefore climate in contrast to the simple, monotonically increasing CO2 trend depicted in the post-1990 literature on climate-change. …

Climate Change Reconsidered II : Fossil Fuels

Summary for Policymakers NIPCC Oct. 3, 2018 Introduction Climate Change Reconsidered II: Fossil Fuels, produced by the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), assesses the costs and benefits of the use of fossil fuels 1 by reviewing scientific and economic literature on organic chemistry, climate science, public health, economic history, human security, and theoretical studies based on integrated assessment …

RESPONSIVENESS OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 TO ANTHROPOGENIC EMISSIONS: A NOTE

JAMAL MUNSHI ABSTRACT: A statistically significant correlation between annual anthropogenic CO2 emissions and the annual rate of accumulation of CO2 in the atmosphere over a 53-year sample period from 1959-2011 is likely to be spurious because it vanishes when the two series are detrended. The results do not indicate a measurable year to year effect of annual anthropogenic emissions on …

RESPONSIVENESS OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 TO FOSSIL FUEL EMISSIONS: PART 2

JAMAL MUNSHI ABSTRACT: This short note is a validation of a previous work which found no correlation between changes in atmospheric CO2 and fossil fuel emissions at an annual time scale. In this work, this result is tested for robustness with respect to sample period selection within a range of data availability. A resampling procedure similar to bootstrap is used. …

Falsification Of The Atmospheric CO2 Greenhouse Effects Within The Frame Of Physics

By: Gerhard Gerlich Ralf D. Tscheuschner Abstract The atmospheric greenhouse effect, an idea that authors trace back to the traditional works of Fourier 1824, Tyndall 1861, and Arrhenius 1896, and which is still supported in global climatology, essentially describes a fictitious mechanism, in which a planetary atmosphere acts as a heat pump driven by an environment that is radiatively interacting …