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What is technically wrong with Wijngaarden & Happer's paper claiming to show that CO2's contribution to surface warming is saturated?

With respect to the peer reviewed status, peer review is broken, even Nature recognizes that. The insistence on peer review is generally by those who are unable to assess a paper for themselves or are ...
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What is technically wrong with Wijngaarden & Happer's paper claiming to show that CO2's contribution to surface warming is saturated?

The paper by W.A. van Wijngaarden & W. Happer has not been published. Only a preprint has been uploaded by the Authors in arXiv. Preprints and early-stage research uploaded in arXiv have not been ...
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Effect of carbon dioxide on past ice ages

Carbon dioxide levels were much higher in the very distant past, but more recently they've been lower. It's been below current levels since about 3 million years ago, which coincides with the present ...
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Have there been any studies on how vehicles directly contribute to a rising global temperature?

A 2009 study - "Integrating anthropogenic heat flux with global climate models" by Mark Flanner found anthropogenic waste heat - which includes all energy that is used (that degrades to heat)...
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