Cooling?

What About Pole Ice?

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Arctic and Antarctic Pole Ice Cover is Roughly the Same What is the actual state of ice cover at the poles? The following charts are from the National Snow and Ice Data Center of the US government’s site, here. The chart shows slight declines as well as slight increases over the median ice edge from 1981-2010—basically […]

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What About Fires?

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Fires: What is the evidence? The chart below shows fires in South America, compared to the 2001-2018 averages.  There are increases, and decreases. But importantly, the numbers only go back to 2001. Why? We just now have the technologies in place to monitor the global environment in a publicly accessible way. These measurement, visualization and […]

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What About Temperatures?

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Historic Temperatures The chart below is from NASA, and shows Earth’s temperatures for the last 5+ million years. The above chart shows that contrary to popular misconception, the planet may be warmer in the Holocene Period (the last 11,650 years), but it is not warmer than during the last 5 million years. In fact, the above chart […]

Cooling?

What About Arctic Ice?

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Arctic Ice?Many news media have claimed that the ice in the Arctic is declining dramatically, which is simply false. The following charts are from the Danish government’s site, here.  The above chart shows that although ice in the Arctic melts and breaks off from glaciers in the Spring and Summer to form icebergs, it returns again […]

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What About Current Temperatures?

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Today’s mainstream press presents an emergency situation with climate, based upon claimed temperature rises. Is this claim factual? Below are links to some current news articles that challenge the global warming premise, showing the opposite, that temperatures are cooling. 01/2020: Smashes All-Time Daily Snow Record, Newfoundland, Canada 01/2020: First Snowfall in 40 Years, India 12/2019: […]

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 […]

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What is the Climate Science Journal?

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The Climate Science Journal and its referenced papers provide evidence and explain why and how thermal energy is stored in the atmosphere, and present a general challenge to understand that heat transfer issues are intimately intertwined with quantum mechanics and electrodynamic theory—the fundamental nature of photons and their interaction with molecules. Does thermal energy storage […]