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We Can Still Avoid the Net Zero Trap

Radiative transport of energy in the atmosphere can be easily calculated using fundamental physics. These calculations confirm the observations that greenhouse gases play a modest role in climate warming. The important conclusion from theory and measurements is that there is no man-made climate crisis. However, climate models – constructed by governmental organizations – predict a… Continue Reading

Greenhouse Gases Prominent on Social Media

By Kees de Lange, professor emeritus of molecular physics and Guus Berkhout, professor emeritus of geophysics Earlier this week a video about climate science appeared on social media by Sabine Hossenfelder1.  Dr. Hossenfelder, who completed her Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics at Frankfurt, Germany, should be congratulated for popularizing science on the internet2. In this particular… Continue Reading

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