Today: 21.Sep.2020

C3 Headlines is an anonymous American website providing information skeptical of Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming and supporting moderation and efficiency in using the blessings of fossil fuels. Fully supports nuclear power: All that past warming was due to normal climatic oscillations and fluctuations within various cycles. This recent warming had nothing to do with CO2 and other emitted greenhouse gases. Just as occurred in the past, it is highly likely that a major portion of the warming since the Little Ice Age is also natural.

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Roy Spencer, meteorologist. Before becoming a Principal Research Scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville in 2001, he was a Senior Scientist for Climate Studies at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center: The total amount of CO2 humans have added to the atmosphere in the last 100 years has upset the radiative energy budget of the Earth by only 1%. The IPCC says there will be strong warming, with cloud changes making the warming worse. I claim there will be weak warming.

Ed Berry, physicist and climate scientist: The scientific basis for the effect of human carbon dioxide on atmospheric carbon dioxide rests upon correctly calculating the human carbon cycle. This paper uses the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) carbon-cycle data and allows IPCC’s assumption that the CO2 level in 1750 was 280 ppm. Human emissions through 2019 have added only 31 ppm to atmospheric CO2 while nature has added 100 ppm. If human emissions were stopped in 2020, then by 2100 only 8 ppm of human CO2 would remain in the atmosphere. Siimon Aegerter, Eric Jelinski and Douglas Lightfoot offer comments from different perspectives.

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Ed Berry, physicist and climate scientist: The scientific basis for the effect of human carbon dioxide on atmospheric carbon dioxide rests upon correctly calculating the human carbon cycle. This paper uses the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) carbon-cycle data and allows IPCC’s assumption that the CO2 level in 1750 was 280 ppm. Human emissions through 2019 have added only 31 ppm to atmospheric CO2 while nature has added 100 ppm. If human emissions were stopped in 2020, then by 2100 only 8 ppm of human CO2 would remain in the atmosphere. Siimon Aegerter, Eric Jelinski and Douglas Lightfoot offer comments from different perspectives.

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