Archiv für den Tag März 13, 2020
Comments on Dr. Ollila’s Claims that Greenhouse Effect Calculations Violate Energy Conservation — Roy Spencer, PhD.
Once again I am being drawn into defending the common explanation of Earth’s so-called “greenhouse effect” as it is portrayed by the IPCC, textbooks, and virtually everyone who works in atmospheric radiation and thermodynamics. 2.782 weitere Wörter über Comments on Dr. Ollila’s Claims that Greenhouse Effect Calculations Violate Energy Conservation — Roy Spencer, PhD.
Fig. 1. Bushfire smoke flowing eastward from SE Australia on January 4, 2020 as seen from the International Space Station (NASA). John Christy pointed out to me that our UAH lower stratosphere (“LS”) temperature product which has peak sensitivity at about 17 km (70 hPa pressure) has increased in the last 2 months to its… über […]
Example: the U.S. imports 90 percent of its antibiotics (including vitamin A) from China. The post Time to extricate from China appeared first on CFACT. über Time to extricate from China — CFACT
South / North über Sea Ice Extent (Global Antarctic and Arctic) – Day 72 – 2020 — sunshine hours
Renewable energy is defective solution in search of a problem, money and power Guest essay by Paul Driessen The Greek philosopher Diogenes reportedly carried an oil lamp during the daytime, the better to help him find an honest man. People everywhere should join Congress and the Trump Administration in search of honest energy and climate […] […]
By Andy May According to Exxon-Mobil, 9% of the world’s energy came from biofuels in 2017. They do not expect this percentage to increase by 2040, and it may go down. For the most part it is a developing world fuel. Primary biofuels include dung, wood, wood chips and pellets. Secondary, or manufactured biofuels include… über […]
Re-Blogged From WUWT Progressives and climate alarmists have proposed various plans to lower CO2 emissions. These plans are ineffective to lower emissions and associated increases in global warming, are prohibitively expensive and limit individual energy choices while making energy more expensive. In the 1950s, Dutch dam-builders turned fossil fuel energy into protection from Mother Nature […] […]