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(TRCS, Marty Cornell) USofA - Reality Based Warming Potential of Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Emission
19.May.2020
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TRCS, The Right Climate Stuff: Retired NASA Apollo Moon Program scientists, engineers and select others. Will increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide emitted from human activity reach a level that endangers human welfare and the health of the biosphere? The answer to this question has been the focus of The Right Climate Stuff research team. Our conclusion? Not likely. The rationale for this conclusion is the subject of this paper where we find that it is highly unlikely that added carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases will add more than 1.8 OC of warmth by the middle of the next century. This bounding of potential warming means that we do not have a rapidly developing climate problem requiring swift corrective action and transformation of economies.

Nature in climate, animal and plant life is changing all the time. Mankind can not control it or reverse climate change like people in non-profits in the USA, in Washington, D.C. and in Potsdam, Germany claim. The TRCS team of scientists, engineers and medical professionals, most related to the Apollo Moon Program, is doing an outstanding job trying to understand the contribution of carbon dioxide from use of fossil fuels. Nature in climate, animal and plant life is changing all the time. Mankind can not control it or reverse climate change like people in non-profits in the USA, in Washington, D.C. and in Potsdam, Germany claim. The TRCS team of scientists, engineers and medical professionals, most related to the Apollo Moon Program, is doing an outstanding job trying to understand the contribution of carbon dioxide from use of fossil fuels.
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