Joseph Postma May 31, 2019 We often encounter this back-up argument that the climate physics greenhouse effect “is only a heuristic” and that isn’t the real greenhouse effect of climate physics. I dissect this argument to demonstrate how it proves that advocates of global warming and anthropogenic climate change are actively & purposefully & knowingly engaging in deception.
May 21, 2019 | Association des Climato-réalistes by John Christy, climatologist, professor of atmospheric science at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, a world-renowned specialist in satellite temperature measurements.
Clear Energy Alliance Published on May 9, 2019 You’ve heard the phrase “the Greenhouse Effect” a thousand times, but did you know the term is completely inaccurate when applied to the earth’s atmosphere? The earth’s atmosphere is a non-linear, dynamic system that simultaneously absorbs and emits energy that it receives from the sun. There is no roof on the earth, so the term makes no sense when describing the atmosphere. This incorrect analogy has helped to fuel climate change hysteria. VISIT Clear Energy Alliance https://clearenergyalliance.com/
Professor Murry Salby Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg Germany 10 October 2018
Joseph Postma Streamed live on Jan 10, 2017 PDF: https://climateofsophistry.files.word… In this live webcast I will be giving a slideshow presentation which demonstrates that the radiative greenhouse effect, upon which climate alarm and even the field of climate science itself is based, does not exist. On both scientific requirements of having theoretical & empirical support, the radiative greenhouse effect is proven to have neither: it is based in false physics and paradox, violates the laws of thermodynamics, and doesn’t produce the empirical observables it predicts and claims responsibility for. It isn’t just that climate alarm isn’t as bad as the …
12th International EIKE Climate and Energy Conference Munich November 24, 2018 Henrik Svensmark Danish National Space Center
Soho Forum May 6, 2019 Resolution: There is little or no rigorous evidence that rising concentrations of carbon dioxide are causing dangerous global warming and threatening life on the planet. For the affirmative: Craig Idso is the founder, former president, and currently chairman of the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change. The Center was founded in 1998 as a non-profit public charity dedicated to discovering and disseminating scientific information pertaining to the effects of atmospheric carbon dioxide enrichment on climate and the biosphere. Dr. Idso’s research has appeared many times in peer-reviewed journals, and is the …
Astrophysicist and climate scientist Dr. Willie Soon gave this presentation titled “The Sun Also Warms” at the Friends of Science 16th Annual Major Event on April 10, 2019 at the Red & White Club in Calgary, Alberta. Dr. Soon probed the long history in the quest to understand Sun-climate connections. He presents clear evidence of a strong urban heat island effect that contaminates the government temperature data sets. Using a rural temperature data set, he shows strong correlations between the sun’s energy and temperatures. The sun’s irradiance varies much more than sunspots.
House Natural Resources Committee Democrats Published on May 14, 2015 Dr. John Christy of the University of Alabama-Huntsville testified before the Natural Resources Committee on May 13, 2015, that carbon dioxide emissions have no significant impact on climate change — a position shared by approximately 3 percent of professional climate scientists. The highlights of his testimony are included here.
From a quarter to half of Earth’s vegetated lands has shown significant greening over the last 35 years largely due to rising levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change on April 25. The greening represents an increase in leaves on plants and trees equivalent in area to two times the continental United States. Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/Kayvon Sharghi