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Review of Seim and Olsen paper: “The influence of IR Absorption and Backscatter Radiation from CO2…”

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Thus, not only does the calculated irradiance seem in error by about 20% over erroneous use of the Stefan-Boltzmann law, but the known bias of the sensor combined with the issue of the calibration curve not pertaining to a view like that of the back plane of the apparatus, means that all the calculations and measurements are more interesting than they are believable.

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