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Scientific Papers for 2021

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

A Constraint Equation for Climate Howard "Cork" Hayden
Abstract: The IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) is some 3949 pages long and is dedicated mostly to many complex details in the estimates of our future CO2 emissions, the behavior of the atmosphere, estimations of temperatures in places without thermometers, melting permafrost, atmospheric H2O content, ice melt, sea rise, feedback mechanisms, and so forth. The climate system is certainly complex and chaotic, but it is still subject to constraints. We will derive an important—but simple—equation of constraint. The equation will be of no use in predicting the worldwide average temperature in (say) 2060, nor will it be of use in describing the climate in any locale. Its usefulness lies in the fact that at equilibrium it must be balanced.

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.

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