The Rise and Fall of the Carbon Dioxide Theory of Climate Change, 1st ed. 2019
Author: Fleming Rex J.Language: Anglais
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This book provides a complete review of the role of CO2 in the Earth?s atmosphere and reveals detailed information about the subject of climate change. Many different science disciplines are visited and discussed and each area is introduced with a brief summary written to appeal to a broader audience. The logic of CO2 involvement in changing the climate is investigated from every perspective: reviewing the historical data record of Ice Ages with vast ice sheets, noting the interglacial periods of little or no ice, examining in further detail the 20th century data record, and evaluating the radiation role of CO2 in the atmosphere. The radiation calculations, using the appropriate equations and data are reviewed in great detail. The results of this review and examination reveal no role of CO2 in any change of the Earth?s climate.
Chapter1. Introduction.- Chapter2. Creation of the Universe.- Chapter3. CO2 and Climate Change in the Early Atmosphere.- Chapter4. Atmospheric Weather Variability .- Chapter5. CO2 and Climate Change: 250 BC to 1850 AD.- Chapter6. Arrhenius, Angström and Planck.- Chapter7. Modern Warming and the 35 –Year Cooling Period Within.- Chapter8.1 The Debate Builds Despite the Evidence.- 8.2 CO2 Climate Theory Becomes a Political Tool.- 8.3 The Tide Begins to Turn.- Chapter9. The Irrigation System for Planet Earth.- Chapter10. The Source of the Earth’s Thermal Blanket and Energy Balance.- Chapter11. H2O and CO2 in the Radiation of the Earth’s Atmosphere.- Chapter12 Why the Climate Does Change.- Chapter13. The Important Value of CO2.- Chapter14. Summary and a Future Concern.
He has an important paper on the chaos associated with the large scale instability of the atmosphere and a book on combining the Stochastic Dynamic Equations with the Monte Carlo approach to investigate nonlinear systems in more detail.
Discusses variable weather patterns and why the Earth’s climate changes
Offers an alternative theory for the rise in the Earth’s surface temperature
Provides a review of the role of CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere