Claes Johnson offered an analysis which claimed that the Schwarzchild equation used to do radiative transfer calculations is wrong. However, Johnson made up his own incorrect version of the Schwarzchild equation and made other errors, which render his conclusions nonsensical.
A 2016 experiment by Thomas Allmendinger claimed to have demonstrated that infrared radiation is absorbed by gases such as nitrogen, oxygen, and noble gasses, thereby invalidating the status of water vapor and CO2 as Greenhouse gasses. However, the flawed experiment actually demonstrated aluminum foil absorbing radiation.
Terigi Ciccone published a whitepaper titled “REVISED, WHY CAN’T CO2 AND GREENHOUSE EFFECTS CAUSE GLOBAL WARMING?” (2021). It’s apparently a “Top Download” on academia.edu. I was curious. So, I carefully reviewed it. The paper is a nice collection of many…
Climate blogger Willis Eschenbach has suggested that tropical thunderstorms provide a “thermostatic mechanism” that helps to stabilize the temperature of the Earth within a narrow range. He has also offered a procedure for predicting surface temperatures changes in response to increased radiative forcing...
Nikolov & Zeller published an empirical formula for the temperature of a planet which depends on atmospheric effects only through pressure. N&Z perceived a problem that wasn’t really there, and found a "solution" that is neither statistically significant nor compatible with the laws of physics...
Gerlich & Tscheuschner published a paper purporting to prove that there is no such thing as an atmospheric greenhouse effect. Instead, they proved they have no idea what is meant by the “atmospheric greenhouse effect.” Yet, many people believe their conclusions. So...
This claim is based on misleading ideas about the significance of comparing the 15-micron primary emission wavelength of CO₂ to the peak emission wavelength of an ideal black-body radiator at a temperature of -80ºC...
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