Students’ Confusion Found a really great quote in an undergraduate thermodynamics textbook I pulled out from my library the other day, which is a tacit approval of Ontological Mathematics. Before we get to that part though, I’ll quote more of … Continue reading
Executive summary can be found here and the paper can be found here. Research Report Executive Summary Background On December 15, 2009, EPA issued its Green House Gas (GHG) Endangerment Finding, which has driven very significant and costly regulations beginning … Continue reading
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This was inspired from a comment by “richardengland”: “Lets make it really simple: once the hot water has left the kettle can this hot water be made hotter without going back into the kettle and its heating coil? Yes or no.” … Continue reading
We must now look at Roy Spencer’s simple model of the greenhouse effect to see what he’s actually doing with it and what he actually thinks about it. I have updated his current model but also have a copy from … Continue reading
Roy Spencer postulated and then performed a “simple” experiment which he thought demonstrates the greenhouse effect. This is actually trivial to debunk so we’ll keep this short. First I’ll point out a deceptive little trick employed by Roy which he … Continue reading
No Heat Trap CO2 does not trap heat. In fact nothing traps heat and that entire concept which comes from climate alarmism is false. Here is the definition of heat: “Heat is defined as the form of energy that is … Continue reading
Written by Carl Brehmer Brehmer Refutes Spencer On August 23rd, 2016 Roy Spencer wrote an article in which he states that observational evidence gathered at Desert Rock, Nevada, affirms the existence of a radiative “greenhouse effect”. In that article he … Continue reading