Recent Papers:

  • Antero Ollila: Carbon Cycle Models and Budget

    Volume 3.5 All carbon cycle models referenced by the IPCC have a common feature: Increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere originates from anthropogenic emissions. It is also generally known that the CO2 concentration observations show that about 44 – 46 % of yearly CO2 emissions seem to have accumulated in the atmosphere; the ocean and biosphere take […]

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  • Eike Roth: Climate: Man or Nature

    Volume 3.5 From a purely logical perspective, humans can only be the main cause of the ongoing warming if two preconditions are met: CO2 must have a strong climate impact and the large amount of CO2 in the atmosphere must primarily be anthropogenic. However, the fulfillment of both preconditions is scientifically controversial.  Controversy regarding the strength of the […]

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  • Michael Schnell and Hermann Harde: Model-Experiment of the Greenhouse Effect

    Volume 3.5 Radiation exchange of infrared-active gases with their environment is the basis of the atmospheric greenhouse effect (GHE). While the theoretical principles for the energy and heat exchange by infrared radiation were already refined at the end of the penultimate and beginning of the last century, experimental verifications in the laboratory showed quite contradictory results, […]

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  • Richard Mackey: Continental Drift and IPCC

    Volume 3.5 This essay examines how in the twentieth century established scientists blocked the development of scientific work about the theory of continental drift.  There are many similarities between this blocking behaviour and the manner in which the IPCC and the scientists who believe the IPCC, block scientific work that is not consistent with the IPCC […]

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  • Allan Astrup Jensen: Time Trend of Arctic Sea Ice Extent

    SCC Volume 3.4 The NSIDC website, IPCC’s reports and some scientific papers have announced that the Arctic Sea ice extent, when it is lowest in September month, in recent years has declined dramatically, and in few decades the sea ice is supposed to disappear completely in the summer. In that way new and shorter ships […]

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  • Forrest Frantz: The Greening of Scandinavia

    Volume 3.5 The four tenets of consensus climate theory are: (1) Increasing CO2 harms the environment. (2) Increasing CO2 causes warming. (3) Increasing CO2 destabilizes climate. And (4), The harmful effects last hundreds of years so, we must act now. In science, there are four roles for people: theorist, scientist, technician/engineer, and philosopher. It is […]

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  • Roy Clark: Time Dependent Energy Transfer

    Volume 3.5 Joseph Fourier discussed the temperature of the earth in two similar memoires (reviews) in 1824 and 1827. An important and long neglected part of this work is his description of the time dependence of the surface energy transfer. In particular, he was able to explain the seasonal time delays or phase shifts between […]

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  • Raimund Müller: Estimation of e -Time for CO2 and Revelle Factor

    SCC Volume 3.3. This study develops a very simple climate model, based on the standard lagging formula. The mathematical function is derived in detail. The main purpose is to estimate the e-time of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Many models evaluate the inflow to the atmospheric CO2 reservoir by rate equations describing the flow from […]

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  • Ferenc Miskolczi: Greenhouse Gas Theories and Observed Infrared Properties of the Earth’s Atmosphere

    SCC Volume 3.3. In the last decade fundamental theoretical equations were developed for describing and understanding the global average radiative equilibrium state of the Earth-atmosphere system. It is shown that using the well-established laws of radiation physics the key climate parameters of the planet can be deduced theoretically, from purely astrophysical considerations and some plausible […]

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  • Antero Ollila: Natural Climate Drivers Dominate in the Current Warming

    SCC Volume 3.3 Anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is the prevailing theory of the IPCC for global warming, in which Greenhouse gases (GHGs) are the major drivers, whereas albedo, aerosols, and clouds have had cooling effects, and natural drivers have an insignificant role (<0.8 %). According to Assessment Report 6 (AR6), these radiative forcings (RF) have […]

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News

  • Three annual volumes are finished

    15. January, 2024. We reached our goal in 2023 with four quarterly volumes and one extra from the Copenhagen Climate Conference. The plan has been to publish four volumes per year with 100-150 pages each. Volume 1 (2021) had two issues with in total 271 pages. Vol. 2 (2022) had 3 issues and 309 pages,…

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  • Volume 3.4 Copenhagen Climate Conference

    23. December, 2023. The Danish Climate Realists organised a Climate Conference in Copenhagen September 14-15 2023• The main conferece took place in Folketinget (Parliament) Sept. 15 with title The Climate Emergency is Cancelled. On Sept. 14 a preconferece seminar was held at Danish Technical University (DTU) . In this volume we present the program and…

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  • More Categories

    15. December, 2023. In order to increase visibility we have increased the number of categories under the pulls-down menu, which now is called papers. Here you will find all articles – the latest on top, Essay, Comments, Debate, Proceedings etc. On the Home page, Articles and Essays will be posted for half a year. Shorter…

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  • A front page is added

    24. September, 2023. A new front page is constructed by Arild Eugen Johansen, our layout expert. For this he used Adobe Firefly technology creating a water color image, indicating the importance of water in the atmosphere, together with ocean or lakes and green landscape. This shows we live on a blue planet with a touch…

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  • Volume 3.1 is finished on time

    March 31, 2023. Our aim is to publish quarterly issues. The first issue in volume 3 finished on time: March 2023. It contains a Debate section with an own Debate-Editor. Discussions and debates are important for science to progress. We look forward to more contributions to our Discussion and Debate sections. The journal is Open…

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  • Volume 2 completed

    The journal had a problem in 2022. Only the first issue, Volume 1.1, was edited into a volume (August 2021). Later articles were published only on a website with pay-wall, and difficult to access. No updates were done in several months. The Scientific Board of the Norwegian Climate Realists then had a workshop Sept. 27-29…

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  • CO2 observations from 1826

    Ernst-Georg Beck’s monumental work on historic CO2-measurement is published. For a long time, we have been told that the increase in Atmospheric CO2 measured since 1959 is due to our use of fossil fuel. In our journal we have published many articles showing that this is not the case. Only a few per cent of…

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  • Murry Salby passed away earlier this year

    Dear Colleagues and Friends of Murry Salby,You all know the excellent scientific work of Prof. Murry Salby published in his books, hundreds of papers and conference contributions and also presented in several videos. But some of you might not be aware that Murry passed away earlier this year. I recently made contact with Murry’s son…

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