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Scientific Papers for 2022

Biography
Cork Hayden
Biography of Cork Hayden Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: Howard ‘Cork’ Hayden, professor of physics emeritus in the Physics Department of the University of Connecticut,is editor of The Energy Advocate, a monthly newsletter promoting energy and technology.
A Colorado native, Dr. Hayden attended the University of Denver where he earned his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Physics.


Climate
Physics
Basic Climate Physics #1 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the first in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate.
What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #2 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the second in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #3 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time This short essay is the third in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate. Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.

Basic Climate Physics #4 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the fourth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate. Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #5 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the fifth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate. Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #6 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the sixth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.
We begin with a section from Basic Climate Physics #5


Basic Climate Physics #7 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the seventh in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #8 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the eighth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #9 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the ninth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics #10 Howard “Cork” Hayden, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, UConn, corkhayden@comcast.net
Abstract: One fact at a time
This short essay is the tenth in a short series about basic (meaning all-inclusive) physics that pertains to the subject of climate.
Bear in mind that my purpose is not to engage in details about wind, rain, snow, storms, historical climatology, Milankovitch cycles, or any of the common topics discussed about climate. What I will discuss is some simple physics.


Basic Climate Physics - Extended UN Deficiency Howard Hayden
Abstract: CO2 Emissions - For some wavelengths, infrared travels less than a meter before being absorbed by CO2 at our present concentration of about 400 molecules per million molecules of air (ppmv). For a lot more wavelengths, the IR is stopped before going 10 meters. Accordingly, even with only 1 percent as much CO2 as we have, CO2 would be a strong greenhouse absorber. However, we are concerned with what happens as the atmospheric CO2 concentration increases from 400 ppmv [parts per million in volume] to 800 ppmv, as may happen during the next century.

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