Volume 1.2 December 2021


After the launch of the first volume journal in August 2021 we got several good articles
to publish in the second volume. Many of us worked really hard to finish this volume at
the end of the year. In fact, we had decided that each volume should be between 100 and
150 pages, and we had an overflow which could be published in volume 2.1.

Due to a heavy workload the previous editor was not able to finish the job. I was
assigned editor Oct 24, 2022, with the task of finishing the editing of the Journal and
move all the articles to a new website with Open Access. I have received good web
expertise from the Norwegian Climate Realists, so the job should be done in a few weeks.
This is the first of 4 volumes we have articles for.

Most of the articles in this volume discuss the question what controls the amount
of CO2 in our atmosphere. Is it from natural sources or the use of fossil fuel? And how
much is from anthropogenic sources? In the review process I invited IPCC experts on the
carbon cycle. To busy. I also asked the responsible for the Bern model to review the Ed
Berry paper. They never answered.

As gift from the cradle of science we publish a paper by Christopher Moncton of
Brenchley: The application of Classicalsimplicity to present-day mathematical problems.
He shows that not only mathematical problems, but problems related to climate change
and COVID can be easily solved by classical simplicity.

Good reading
Jan-Erik Solheim

The Editorial Board consists of Stein Storlie Bergsmark, Ole Henrik Ellestad, Martin
Hovland, Ole Humlum and Olav Martin Kvalheim.

Science of Climate Change December 2021 Volume 1.2 PDF file.

Murry Salby and Hermann Harde, Control of Atmospheric CO2 Part I: Relation of Carbon 14 to the removal of CO2177
Murry Salby and Hermann Harde, Control of Atmospheric CO2 Part II: Influence of Tropical Warming196
Edwin X Berry, The impact of human CO2 on atmospheric CO2213
Christopher Monckton of Brenchley, The application of Classical simplicity to present-day mathematical problems250
In Memoriam
Jan-Erik Solheim, Morten Jødal in Memoriam270