NASA planetary data from across the Solar System help solve long-standing Paleoclimatic Enigmas

Dr. Nikolov & Dr. Zeller presented a new Geophysical Paradigm of climate change at the AMS 101st Annul Meeting in a talk entitled “Implications of a Semi-empirical Planetary Temperature Model for a New Understanding of Earth’s Paleoclimate History and Polar Amplification” that explains peculiarities of Earth’s Cenozoic climate record over the past 66 million years such as strong polar amplifications and unusual warmth during periods of low or declining atmospheric CO2 concentrations as well as other oddities. These observations are beyond the ability of the “Greenhouse” theory and current CO2-driven climate models to explain.