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Svante Arrhenius

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1903 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Svante Arrhenius News

Teaching our children, saving ourselves

Midland Daily News
Then, about 120 years ago, a Nobel Prize-winning Swedish chemist, Svante Arrhenius, building on the work of Tyndall and others, worked to quantitate the effect that changing CO2 levels might have on the climate, estimating that a doubling of ...

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Global warming deniers fail to comprehend science

MU The Parthenon
Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius further substantiated this claim in 1896 when he published a paper speculating that increased levels of CO2 could create a dramatic change in surface temperature brought on by the greenhouse effect. Dissenters argue ...

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Newsflash: the greenhouse effect really exists

Ars Technica
You'd think that over a century after Svante Arrhenius described the greenhouse effect, we'd be done arguing about it. After all, as Arrhenius suggested, the Earth would be an icy place without it, and there'd be no explaining the hellish temperatures ...

1903 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Svante Arrhenius News

Tom Harris distorts the maturity of global warming science and imagines ...

Scholars and Rogues
In the 1890s Svante Arrhenius made the first crude (by modern standards) calculations showing that CO2 changes in the atmosphere could drive global temperatures up and down and he published a book on this and related subjects in 1908. In 1952, Lewis ...

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