Critical analysis of the global climate theory – Disproof of basic study of the IPCC CO2 greenhouse effect

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Critical analysis of the global climate theory – Disproof of basic study of the IPCC CO2 greenhouse effect

September 05
21:15 2019
Critical analysis of the global climate theory - Disproof of basic study of the IPCC CO2 greenhouse effect

“Critical analysis of the global climate theory” by Aulus Agerius
Aulus Agerius shows the readers of “Critical analysis of the global climate theory” that they should not believe everything they are told about climate change.

Climate change is a very hot topic these days and everyone has an opinion on it. Some scientists say one thing, the other scientists say something that completely contradicts the first group. Of course, politicians and newspapers also have to add their own spin on stories. So what should people believe? Who is telling the truth? In his new book,  Aulus Agerius shows his readers how the basic model that is used by the majority of climatologists is actually not one that should be used as a standard at all. In his 15 points of criticisms, he questions and refutes the approaches of the basic model (albedo approx. 0.30, back radiation approx. 324 W/m², natural greenhouse effect approx. 33 Kelvin, etc.). But of course, only proofing something wrong, doesn’t help much.

That’s why the readers of “Critical analysis of the global climate theory” by Aulus Agerius will also be introduced to an alternative model. The author explains how his new model, which is based on satellite measurements, works and why it is a better tool. With measurements from the new model, the observed global warming of approx. 1.2 Kelvin between 1850 and 2018 can be explained without the influence of CO2 by long-term cloud change (albedo change). This book is a very interesting read for everyone who has a scientific interest in the truth behind climate change.

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