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Climate Change Science Essay

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A Comprehensive Essay on Climate Change Science. This is a graphically intensive essay on most aspects of climate change with links to supporting data. Compiled by Ken Gregory. The sun is the main driver of climate change. Water vapor and clouds reduce the initial warming effect of CO2 missions.

The State of the Climate 2020

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This report by Dr. Ole Humlum, Emeritus Professor of Physical Geography, University of Oslo, Norway, is focused on observations of the climate up to 2020. Considering surface air temperature records since 1850/1880, the year 2020 was very warm – nearly as warm as 2016. Short-term temperature changes are dominated by ocean to atmosphere heat exchanges via ENSO. In the uppermost 100 m of the global oceans, temperatures have increased since about 2011. At 200–400 m depth, temperatures have exhibited little change during the observation period.

White House Climate Brochures

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David Legates (White House Office of Science and Technology Policy) asked several expert climate scientists to write short, easily understandable brochures that supported the general view that there is no climate crisis or climate emergency, and pointing out the widespread misinformation being promoted by alarmists through the media. They were intended to by placed on the White House website but with the change of government in Washington DC, that didn't happen. The article present the current state-of-the-science on various topics of climate change. It starts with an Introduction by Dr. David Legates, followed by nine articles by top experts.

NIPCC: Climate Change Reconsidered II - 2013-2015

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The reports by the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) provides the scientific balance that is missing from the overly alarmists reports of the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which are highly selective in their review of climate science. The report "Physical Science" shows that the warming due to CO2 emission will be modest and cause no net harm to the global environment or to human well-being. Negative feedbacks in the climate system reduce the model derived temperature sensitivity to values an order of magnitude smaller. Earth's surface temperature are largely driven by variations in solar activity, which may have contributed as much as 66% of the observed 20th century warming. - The report "Biological Impacts" shows that higher CO2 levels and warming enhances crop yields and has resulted in the greening of the earth.

Open Letter to the World on Climate Change

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This “Climate Change” discussion focuses on the basic data (average global temperature, atmospheric CO2 concentrations and changes in solar activity) and their relationships. The discussion approaches the subject from a logical, easy to understand non-ideological viewpoint. The deeper technical discussions are kept to a minimum. The discussion is also a great resource that points out sites that show you how much ice is in the Antarctic/Arctic, the trends of extreme weather, etc. (with links provided). You shouldn’t just rely on the media. The discussion does contain opinions but the focus is the data. And the data does not support CO2 as a primary driver of climate change. CO2 does play a role in “Climate Change” but the natural cycles (related to direct and indirect solar activity) dominate the historical data and will continue to dominate the earth’s future climate. Unfortunately, society is ignoring the coming Grand Solar Minimum. The associated cooling (already underway) will be far more negative than any warming due to CO2.

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