Skip to comments.NEWLY PUBLISHED SCIENTIFIC PAPER TEARS GLOBAL WARMING AND THE IPCC TO SHREDS
Posted on 12/17/2019 2:54:46 PM PST by 11th_VA
A scientific paper entitled An Overview of Scientific Debate of Global Warming and Climate Change has recently come out of the University of Karachi, Pakistan. The papers author, Prof. Shamshad Akhtar delves into earths natural temperature variations of the past 1000 years, and concludes that any modern warming trend has been hijacked by political & environmental agendas, and that the science (tackled below) has been long-ignored and at times deliberately manipulated.
... Pro human induced global warming scientists exaggerate the contribution of carbon dioxide as a major greenhouse gas in absorbing long wave earths radiation. The fact is water vapor is the single largest atmospheric greenhouse gas (2% by volume), Carbon dioxide is second (0.0385% by volume).
Water vapor contributes 95% to the greenhouse effect, all other greenhouse gases combined contribute only 5%. Furthermore, the man-made portion of carbon dioxide contributes only 0.117% to the greenhouse effect.
The IPCC does not consider water vapor a greenhouse gas in its reports.
In addition, water vapor absorbs in a much wider band of long wave radiation (4-8 micrometer and 12-70 micrometer bands), whereas Carbon dioxide absorbs in narrow bands (13-16 micrometer) and ozone absorbs in a much smaller narrow band (9-10 micrometer). Thus, water vapor absorbs in a much wider wave length band, it has the single largest greenhouse effect among all the greenhouse gases.
(Excerpt) Read more at electroverse.net ...
The leftist crazies are only interested in “truth” (the propaganda narrative), not facts.
This is the last you will see of this report.
Ban Dihydrogen Monoxide Now!
Dear Prof. Shamshad Akhtar,
I recommend that you not visit Ft. Marcy Park in the near future.
Smells like clickbait
I’ve been preaching most of what was in that report for over two decades now. The author knows physics. He knows past history of the earth’s climate, and he knows of all the data selective choosing, data alterations, and faulty math.
No, excellent report.
Translated into terms the Democrats can understand: the steam room in Obama's Chicago gay bathhouse contributes more to global warming than the United Airlines' jet fleet.
Oops, that “she”, not ‘he”, and yes, even without a physics background, she was savvy enough to pick up the actual physics that are directly involved with atmospheric heating.
Oh noooeeeesss...imagine that.....
yes it matter to ANYBODY?
The website is about 1.4 years old, but there is a journal that it is quoting at a 5 year old website, so perhaps not...
Nope i downloaded it.
Going to be lots of science deniers on this one.
133 inches of snow before December 15th in the Sierras, fourth year in a row of record snowfall!
The drought thingy appears to be gone for some time now, can’t run that meme on us.
Too Bad! So Sad!
Evahbuddy out skiing having fun...but not you, Scoldi-Dear.
According to this report and several academic papers and recent books on this subject, the sun continues to be the largest contributor to the temperature of the planet. None of this should come as a surprise.
Our sun has grown very quiet over the last few years, and that lack of sunspots has correlated to a reduction in solar wind, which protects us from interstellar radiation. As more of that radiation falls on us, our cloud cover grows. Clouds reflect more heat off the planet, and we’ll see a gradual cooling. This has been predicted since at least the 70s.
I would love to see REAL, unadulterated sensor data. I suspect we’ll see that we’re on a downturn for global temperatures, not the anthropogenic uptick they’re continuing to harp about.
Read “The Chilling Stars” by Svensmark and Calder. It’s an amazing read.
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