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Scientific Papers for Climate

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Climate Alarm
Presentation on Climate v. Climate Alarm Richard S. Lindzen, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Abstract: The public perception of the climate problem is somewhat schizophrenic. On the one hand, the problem is perceived to be so complex that it cannot be approached without massive computer programs. On the other hand, the physics is claimed to be so basic that the dire conclusions commonly presented are considered to be self-evident.

Consistent with this situation, climate has become a field where there is a distinct separation of theory and modeling. Commonly, in fluid mechanics, theory provides useful constraints and tests when applied to modeling results. This has been notably absent in current work on climate.


Climate Change
How To Think About Climate Change William Happer, An Online Discussion of the Schiller Institute.
Abstract: Link to YouTube Video

CO2, IR, and Climate
Comments on CO2, IR, and Climate Howard “Cork” Hayden, Professor of Physics, Emeritus
Abstract: It is hard to believe, when thinking of things as large as the earth, that people get bogged down in minutiae, staring at things through microscopes and not seeing the globe. This essay is about the big picture, and everything herein is based on well-known facts.

NIPCC
Nature, Not Human Activity, Rules the Climate S. Fred Singer, SEPP
Abstract: Published by THE HEARTLAND INSTITUTE
Our concern about the environment, going back some 40 years, has taught us important lessons. It is one thing to impose drastic measures and harsh economic penalties when an environmental problem is clear-cut and severe. It is foolish to do so when the problem is largely hypothetical and not substantiated by observations. As NIPCC shows by offering an independent, non-governmental second opinion on the global warming issue, we do not currently have any convincing evidence or observations of significant climate change from other than natural causes.


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