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VENUS, THE HOT BRAKE HYPOTHESIS

.  A. K. Bijkerk[1] Introduction:  It is assumed that the accretion process of protoplanet Venus originally emerged much similar to Earth. Then it appears that the current enigmatic condition of Venus could be consistent with the planet having exchanged its rotational kinetic energy for heat energy at some moment in time. For instance, the rotational energy of Earth is ~2.1E29 Joule. Heating up from freezing [...]

By |18 May 2022|Geen categorie|0 Comments

Greenhouse gas CO2 , should not be feared.

Dr. ir. Frans C.H.D. van den Beemt (nuclear physicist) 15 March 2022 The 2021 UN Climate Change Conference, COP 26, resulted in several countries making statements that they would aim to reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases, particularly CO2, based on the fear that these gases are warming the Earth dangerously by what they call the greenhouse effect. But fear is a bad counselor. Understanding [...]

By |22 Apr 2022|Atmosphere|3 Comments

The real greenhouse effect

By André Bijkerk We start with the weather, but that helps us to understand how the real greenhouse effect works. I took this photo many years ago on a cold morning at the end of September, the beginning of autumn, the trees were still green. When asked if there is something strange going on here, I am still waiting for the right answer. No idea? [...]

By |2 Jun 2020|Atmosphere|13 Comments

The sun caused 1,1 °C of the warming since the 17th century

The sun explains 93% of seawater surface temperature variance up to and including 1980s; ozone layer depletion caused more solar radiation on Earth's surface in 1990s, resulting in a persistent spurious relation between CO2 & temperature; afterwards the sun caused further warming in 21st century May 17, 2020 - Author: Martijn van Mensvoort |  English version |  Nederlandse versie In 2020, KNMI researcher Geert Jan van Oldenborgh describes the strong [...]

By |20 May 2020|Geen categorie|99 Comments

The role of CO2 in our atmosphere

By Frans van den Beemt My own knowledge about the role of CO2 in the earth's atmosphere is based on fundamental physics. The following is a simplified explanation of the role of CO2 gas in the earth's atmosphere. The earth's atmosphere is quite complex. However, an explanation of the main issues is given below, which sheds some light on the role that CO2 plays. We [...]

By |13 Mar 2020|Geen categorie|Comments Off on The role of CO2 in our atmosphere
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