Debunking Climate Change, By James Reed

 Howard Hayden is professor of physics emeritus in the Physics Department of the University of Connecticut. He is yet another leading physical scientists to mount a full-on attack upon the climate change alarmist cult, in his article, "A Startling Revelation." The paper is linked below, but by way of summary, the paper goes into detail about the problems at a fundamental level of measuring the temperature changes which the global warming position relies upon. The main empirical argument is that measurements from the CERES satellite system point to a decrease in reflected sunlight (albedo), rather than carbon dioxide being responsible for supposed temperature rises, if they exist. These factors are likely to be the product of natural variation rather than man-made.

Hence, as with scientists who have seen an increased role for the sun, the carbon dioxide faith is under challenge at a basic level. It is important as the push for fossil fuel elimination in favour of insecure renewables such as solar and wind, threaten our lifestyle, if not existence, in a time when Russia and China are no accepting any of this nonsense.

https://metatron.substack.com/p/unveiling-climate-mysteries-debunking

"Abstract: An examination of the distinction between global heating and global warming, emphasizing the former as a more critical measure of climate change. Challenges in accurately calculating temperature rises on Earth expose the flaws of climate models based on presumed net heat absorption without verification through fundamental laws of physics. Prevailing theories about the role of greenhouse gases like CO2 in global warming are incompatible with Earth's energy balance. Findings from the CERES satellite system indicate that the increase in Earth's Energy Imbalance (EEI) is primarily attributed to a decrease in albedo (reflected sunlight) rather than CO2, challenging mainstream climate science narratives.

Introduction

The distinction between global heating and global warming has become a topic of increasing importance in climate science discussions. This paper aims to elucidate this distinction, emphasizing the former as a more crucial metric for understanding climate change dynamics. The complexities of calculating temperature rises on Earth are discussed, highlighting the challenges posed by various factors. Criticisms are raised regarding the reliance of climate models on presumed net heat absorption without rigorous verification through fundamental physical laws such as the Stefan-Boltzmann law. Furthermore, prevailing theories about the role of greenhouse gases like CO2 in driving global warming are examined, setting the stage for a comprehensive analysis of the Earth's energy balance and its implications for climate change.

Discussion

Hayden begins by dissecting the complexities inherent in accurately measuring temperature rises on Earth. He scrutinizes the limitations of existing climate models and their failure to incorporate fundamental physical principles like the Stefan-Boltzmann law1 for validation. He then delves into an analysis of the Earth's energy balance, challenging mainstream narratives regarding the role of CO2 in global warming. Findings from the CERES satellite system2 are presented, indicating that the increase in Earth's Energy Imbalance (EEI) is primarily driven by a decrease in albedo3 rather than CO2. This challenges conventional "science" and suggests that concerns about CO2 emissions driving climate change may be misguided. The implications of these findings for climate science, policy, and public discourse are thoroughly examined, shedding new light on the underlying mechanisms of global climate change.

Conclusion

Hayden presents a compelling argument for re-evaluating the prevailing narratives surrounding global warming and climate change. By emphasizing the distinction between global heating and global warming and highlighting the importance of accurately measuring the former, he challenges existing paradigms in climate science. The findings from the analysis of the Earth's energy balance, particularly the role of decreasing albedo in driving Earth's Energy Imbalance (EEI), suggest a need for a paradigm shift in our understanding of climate change dynamics. Ultimately, he calls for further research and discourse to address the implications of these findings and inform evidence-based climate policies for the future.

1

The Stefan-Boltzmann law explains how much heat or light energy an object gives off based on its temperature.

2

Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System (CERES): This is a NASA-led project that uses instruments on several satellites to measure Earth's radiation budget. This helps scientists understand how much energy the sun pumps into our planet and how much Earth radiates back out to space.

3

Albedo is a scientific term for how reflective a surface is to sunlight. It's a value between 0 and 1, where:

  • 0 represents a perfectly black surface that absorbs all incoming sunlight (like a black hole).
  • 1 represents a perfectly reflective surface that bounces all sunlight back out into space (like a mirror)."
 

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