Geo-engineering not the solution to climate change
Prince George Citizen
In the 1890s, Svante Arrhenius recognized the consequences of the combustion of carbon and suggested alternatives to try to mitigate a greenhouse effect. In the 1960s, Nobel Laureate Irving Langmuir tried using a combination of silver iodide, potassium ...
Letters to the Editor, Feb 20 | Opinion | heraldsun.com
Durham Herald Sun
The letter of Feb. 15 questioning the reality of climate change cannot go unchallenged. The science behind global warming is firmly established, as detailed by ...
Climate change leadership | The Mountain-Ear
The Mountain -Ear
Clyde Burnett, Nederland. Historically, it was the Swedish chemist, Svante Arrhenius, in 1896, who performed the paper and pencil calculation predicting a 5-6 ...
Extraterrestrial Origins: Life on Earth Came From Other Planets
This was also the view of many scientists during the 19th and 20th centuries as championed by Lord Kelvin (Thomson 1881), von Helmholtz (1872), Nobel Laureates Svante Arrhenius (1908) and Francis Crick (1981), and this scientist (Joseph 1996, 2000).