Physics paper in detailed peer reviewed publication 17 January 2020:
“In this manuscript we take a look at the greenhouse effect with fully-analytical techniques, starting with physical laws, and avoid any computational tools, in an attempt to determine the climate variations caused by the greenhouse effect.” …
“The correlation between temperature and CO2 concentration is readily explained by another phenomenon, called Henry’s Law: The capacity of liquids to hold gases in solution is depending on temperature. When oceans heat up, the capacity decreases and the oceans thus release CO2 (and other gases) into the atmosphere. When we quantitatively analyze this phenomenon, we see that it perfectly fits the observations, without the need of any feedback . We thus now have an alternative hypothesis for the explanation of the observations presented by Al Gore.” …
“The greenhouse effect can be as good as rejected and Henry’s Law stays firmly standing. We concluded that the effect of anthropogenic CO2 on the climate is negligible and the effect of the ocean temperature on atmospheric [CO2] is exactly, both sign and magnitude, equal to that as expected on basis of Henry’s Law .”
P. Stallinga, PhD (physics), University of Amsterdam, 1994. Post docs: University of The Algarve, Portugal, 1997-1999, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 1995-1997, University of California at Berkeley, USA, 1994-1995. Currently: Prof. Dr. Universidade do Algarve, FCT-DEEI, Campus de Gambelas, 8005-139 Faro, Portugal.
Stallinga, P. (2020) Comprehensive Analytical Study of the Greenhouse Effect of the Atmosphere. Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, 10, 40-80.
Full paper in pdf here: https://www.scirp.org/pdf/acs_2020011611163731.pdf
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