CLINTEL Study Finds Most Of The CO2 Increase Is Natural

Posted: December 20, 2020 by oldbrew in atmosphere, Natural Variation
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Interesting, but the climate hysteria machine will keep inventing its hobgoblins regardless until someone turns off the funding.

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~

Using a new observational approach to an old but most important question, CLINTEL President Guus Berkhout finds that about 62% of the atmospheric CO2 increase is due to natural sources, not human emissions. The study then looks at the implications for drastic CO2 reduction measures, finding that these measures will not stop the atmospheric increase. Actually, they will have very limited effect. Hence the title of the report is “Managing the Carbon Dioxide Content in the Earth’s Atmosphere“.

Professor Berkhout’s approach is based on proven technology in geophysical imaging. He calls his method spectral ‘fingerprint detection (FPD)’, because it looks at the relationship between fine-grained details of the atmospheric CO2 increase and anthropogenic emissions over time by computing auto and cross correlation functions.

Note that in the spectral FPD approach knowledge about the existence of different CO2 isotopes (C12 and C13) is…

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  1. oldbrew says:

    – – –
    Q: what does the WEF think Earth’s average surface temperature would be if its atmospheric pressure there was 92 bar, like Venus?

  2. oldbrew says:

    The Missing Hot-Spot

    It has been observed that for the last decades climate models predict a hot-spot, that is, a significant warming of a band of the upper troposphere 10 km over the tropics and the equator. The presence of this hot-spot is quite important because it would indicate that the water-vapor feedback to radiative forcing would be correctly reproduced by the models.

    However, this predicted hot-spot has never been found in the tropospheric temperature records. This could only be suggesting either that both the temperature records obtained with satellite measures and balloons have been poorly handled or that the models severely fail to properly simulate the water-vapor feedback. In the latter case, the flaw of the models would be fatal because the water-vapor feedback is the most important among the climate feedbacks.

  3. stpaulchuck says:

    excuse me but multiple previous studies and measurements indicate that humans only contribute about 3.5% of CO2. So now we’re contribting 38%!??! I don’t think so. Looks like they misplaced a decimal point in their efforts to justify the Green Blob.

  4. ? Only 3,3%! by humans (activity) 57% by oceans, 38%-by animals (including human in breathing out)- on that depends the plant life (photosynthesis process)

  5. Chaswarnertoo says:

    No shit, Sherlock! Welcome to the party, pal.

  6. oldbrew says:

    62% of the atmospheric CO2 increase is due to natural sources

    Even if that figure were anywhere near accurate, the other 38% of a third of 0.04% of the atmosphere shouldn’t even be worth discussing, let alone upending entire economies for.

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