Applying Econometrics to the Carbon Dioxide "Control Knob"
This paper tests various propositions underlying claims that observed global temperature change is mostly attributable to anthropogenic noncondensing greenhouse gases, and that although water vapour is recognized to be a dominant contributor to the overall greenhouse gas (GHG) effect, that effect is merely a feedback from rising temperatures initially resulting only from non-condensing GHGs and not at all from variations in preexisting naturally caused atmospheric water vapour (i.e., [H2O])....[Show more]
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