Challenging the Greenhouse Gas Theory

What About the Additional CO2?

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What About the CO2? CO2 SolubilityThe chart below shows the relationship between water temperature and CO2, showing how, when the ocean water gets warmer, CO2 is released to the atmosphere. The above chart explains that as the temperature of the ocean water increases, the solubility of CO2 (the amount of dissolved CO2 the water can retain) declines about 2.6% for […]

Challenging the Greenhouse Gas Theory

Additional Evidence Challenging the Greenhouse Gas Theory

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Additional Evidence Right Shift of Radiation SpectrumThe below graph shows how we can tell that momentum is being transferred to molecules, independent of their atomic structure, using a widely disseminated chart. The above chart explains how the momentum transfer to the velocity of molecules shifts the entire spectrum of solar radiation received by the Earth […]

Challenging the Greenhouse Gas Theory

The Nature of Science

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Science is never “settled”. Knowledge is always subject to further discovery, re-evaluation, and falsification with new evidence or understandings. The “consensus” is never a substitute for evidence and/or better, more valid theory, because knowledge does not derive its epistemic stature from how many, or who, endorses it. An appeal to authority, whether of renown or […]

Challenging the Greenhouse Gas Theory

The Basic Argument Challenging the Greenhouse Gas Theory

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The prevailing “Greenhouse Gas Theory” holds that some atmospheric gases that make up less than 1% of the atmosphere, CO2, CH4, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and water vapour are “greenhouse gases”, because they have more atoms per molecule and therefore store more thermal energy in their molecular vibrations than the primary gases N2 and O2. Even anthropogenic global-warming […]

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And Now for Something Completely Different #1…

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“It’s a record snow year, we’ve never had this much snow before” 2019 Norwegian Snow-skiing Video Nikolai Schirmer and Skiing Professional Kristofer Turdell Please enter your email so that we can update you when the new book is out, and to download the free paper: Note the outstanding peer reviews below, presented anonymously, which you […]

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Do Nitrogen or Oxygen Absorb Infrared Photons?

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If they do, there is something wrong with the Greenhouse Gas theory The prevailing theory is that surface radiation is trapped by “greenhouse gases” disproportionately, but that theory does not stand up. Is radiation from the surface only stored by “greenhouse gas” molecules? The answer is no, both N2 and O2 also absorb and radiate in the infrared spectrum, […]

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Global Average Surface Temperatures

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Average? The global average temperature, presumably accurately calculated in the same way for the last 140 years (otherwise it is not very scientific, see below), is a measure of thermal energy storage—that is what temperature is a measure of. Addressing the specific heat capacity of the various molecules is the correct method of ascertaining their […]

Evidence

Evidence has not Confirmed the Greenhouse Gas Theory

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(in its application to models or climate) Why? The prevailing theory is that surface radiation is trapped by “greenhouse gases” disproportionately, but that theory does not stand up. Is radiation from the surface only stored by “greenhouse gas” molecules? The answer is no, both N2 and O2 also absorb and radiate in the infrared spectrum, as NIST (US’s National […]