Green­house gases

The Timaru Herald - - COMMENT&OPINION -

There seems to be some mis­un­der­stand­ing about my let­ter sug­gest­ing peo­ple in­ter­ested have a look on the in­ter­net at the pa­per prov­ing the Green­house Ef­fect to be flawed.

This is a peer-re­viewed, pub­lished pa­per which proves that the pre­vi­ous the­ory, and that is all it was, on green­house gases is se­ri­ously flawed. Cur­rent sci­ence on any sub­ject is only of worth un­til an­other sci­en­tist proves it to be in­cor­rect.

The pa­per I am re­fer­ring to proves that the pre­vi­ous the­ory was in­cor­rect and does so us­ing physics. If some­one claims they can run wa­ter up­hill with­out a pump, physics says it is im­pos­si­ble.

There was no way to prove one way or the other that the green­house gas the­ory was valid be­cause you can’t en­shroud the planet and then mea­sure the gas build-up or oth­er­wise, so from a sci­en­tific point of view it could only ever be a the­ory un­til proven cor­rect or in­cor­rect. The pa­per I am re­fer­ring to proves it to be in­cor­rect.

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