Tag Archives: Carbon dioxide

The Naturalist and the Seven Microatmosphere Disparity, or Carbon Dioxide Loves to Swim

Humans are naturalists by nature. We like to use our wonderful, color sensing eyes to peer through the leaves into the netherworld beyond to better understand how our world works. We’ve hacked the leaves back quite a bit now but … Continue reading

Posted in Anthropology, Biology, Carbon Cycle | Tagged , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Carbon and Freight Trains

Everyone seems to think that carbon dioxide goes into the atmosphere and sort of sits there like some invisible smoke, trapping outgoing IR like our automobile windshields and heating us up. Carbon dioxide is more like a freight train. Humans … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, Climate Change, Geography, Oceanography | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

An Argument for the Necessary Existence of Negative Feedback to the Greenhouse Effect of Water Vapor.

A crucial component of the hypothesis that the one part in ten thousand in the atmosphere that represents human CO2 caused the atmospheric warming from the late 1970’s to the late 1990’s is the notion that the miniscule warming by … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, Climate Change, Global Warming, Oceanography | Tagged , , , , | 10 Comments

Global UV Increase from 1979-2008 Correlated with Global Warming

As we delve into the fractal complexities of nature it is easy to overlook very simple things. The hypothesis of human global warming is based on the correlation of the slopes of global atmospheric temperature increase from the late 1970’s to the … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon Theology, Climate, Climate Change, Global Warming, Oceanography | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Please Don’t Feed the Feedbacks

Feedback is central to the alarmist narrative on several levels. Negative feedback seven times more powerful for CO2 loss (from pre-industrial level, it is non-linear) than positive feedback for an equal gain is critical for the hypothesis that Milankovitch cycles … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, Climate Change, Geography, Global Warming, Paleoclimate | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment