The sun, the cause of global warming

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The sun, the cause of global warming




by Exnihiloest » 22/08/21, 15:42

 
A new peer-reviewed article highlights a systemic bias in the selection of UN data to support the climate change discourse.

Explanations here:
http://www.raa-journal.org/raa/index.ph ... /4920/6080
and there:
https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_app/c ... 50089.html

"The sun, and not human carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, could be the main cause of warming temperatures in recent decades, according to a new study, the results of which strongly contradict the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. United Nations Climate Change (IPCC) (UN)

The peer-reviewed paper, produced by a team of nearly two dozen scientists around the world, concludes that previous studies have not sufficiently considered the role of solar energy to explain the rise in temperatures.

The new study was published just as the United Nations released their sixth "assessment report", known as AR6, which, once again, championed the idea that CO2 emissions produced by the man were responsible for global warming. According to the report, the responsibility of man is "unequivocal".

But the new study casts serious doubt on this hypothesis.

Describing the IPCC's blame for CO2 as "premature", climatologists and solar physicists say in the new paper that the UN IPCC's findings blaming human emissions are based on "narrow data and incomplete concerning the total irradiance of the sun ".

Indeed, the global climate body appears to exercise a deliberate and systemic bias in the opinions, studies and data included in its influential reports, several authors told The Epoch Times in a series of telephone interviews and video.

"Depending on the data and published studies you use, you can show that all of the warming is caused by the sun, but the IPCC uses a different set of data to come to the opposite conclusion.lead study author Ronan Connolly, Ph.D., told The Epoch Times in a video interview.

"In its insistence on forcing a so-called scientific consensus, the IPCC seems to have decided to only consider the datasets and studies that support the narrative it has chosen.
", he added.

The implications, from a political point of view, are enormous, especially in this field where trillions of dollars are at stake and where a spectacular reorganization of the world economy is proposed.
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Re: The sun, the cause of global warming




by yves35 » 23/08/21, 09:22

Hello,

The sun, the cause of global warming ... it's a tautology: by definition you need an external source of energy otherwise a planet cools down to equilibrium with the interstellar vacuum (around 4 ° K I believe)

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Re: The sun, the cause of global warming




by Exnihiloest » 23/08/21, 10:22

yves35 wrote:Hello,

The sun, the cause of global warming ... it's a tautology: by definition you need an external source of energy otherwise a planet cools down to equilibrium with the interstellar vacuum (around 4 ° K I believe)

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Obviously, this is a tautology. So if solar activity fluctuates, the average temperature of the earth changes.
The IPCC being paid to assess the impact of human activity on the climate, it neglects natural causes, even hides them, the main one, the sun.
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Re: The sun, the cause of global warming




by yves35 » 24/08/21, 07:46

Hello,

The peer-reviewed paper, produced by a team of nearly two dozen scientists around the world, concludes that previous studies have not sufficiently considered the role of solar energy to explain the rise in temperatures.

it also happened like that for tobacco, we always find "scientists" to say that "this, that, it is too early to conclude, the evidence is not robust etc ..." Not knowing anything (and knowing it) I join the consensus.

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Re: The sun, the cause of global warming




by ABC2019 » 24/08/21, 08:07

You have to be careful with that, the consensus of the early twentieth century was that human races existed, and that continents were fixed.


On the other hand, even according to the IPCC as I recalled, there is uncertainty about the share of GHGs in global warming, since officially there is an uncertainty factor of 3 (sensitivity between 1,5 and 4,5 ° C by doubling CO2, it is not a precise science !!!), and that the IPCC says that "the majority of observed warming" is due to GHGs - not all.

We are not at all in a scientific situation where these quantities are "precisely" known, by no usual criterion of what is called "precision".
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