Humanity produces energy as thermal energy from fuel-energy resources. Production of heat, as well as any manufacture, has
waste products. Burning (oxidation) of fossil fuel synthesizes water and carbon dioxide as waste products of manufacture.
Oxidation of fossil fuel consumes from atmosphere the oxygen. Radioactive decay of nuclear fuel besides manufacture of heat
produces radioactive waste and radiation too.
Consequence of the ?Zero? Law of Thermodynamics: output thermal energy warms an environment. Consequence of the First
Law of Thermodynamics: starting from Industrial Revolution (1750) to the steady-state energy balance of the Earth the heat energy
began join in by the growing stream that is naturally become apparent as Global Warming.
Laws of Thermochemistry make possible content of carbon in fossil fuel to estimate: amount of generated heat energy, amount
of waste products as consequence of fossil fuel burning: waters, carbonic dioxides as well as of oxygen which get removed from the
atmosphere to oxidize fossil fuel. Amount of heat generated by nuclear fuel, and amount of waste productions it is easy taking into
The statistical analysis of production and consumption of fuel-energy resources for the period from 1971 to 2008 has enabled
to estimate quantity generated of heat energy, waters, carbonic dioxide and radioactive waste products. The curve of heat energy
production year by year for the said period is in good compliance with a curve of global warming by estimation NCDC (the United
States National Climatic Center). It is enough in order that put to doubt the question a role of greenhouse gases in Global Warming.
The share of ?chemically synthesized water? contributes only from 3.5% to 10% in the rise Ocean level for the period from 1971 to
2008. The rest of 90 % to 96.5 % most likely are brought by melting of subpolar ice by reason of Global Warming.
Vitaly A. Prisyazhniuk has completed his PhD in Physical Chemistry at the age of 44 years from Kharkov State University and postdoctoral studies
from Radiochemistry Department of Moscow State University. He was the Head of the Basic Laboratory of the USSR Ministry of Chemical Industry
and later the Head of laboratory from Institute of Problems in Mechanical Engineering at the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences. He has
published more than 140 papers in reputed journals USSR and International journal. Topics his publication: Thermodynamics, Intensification of
technological processes in Chemical Industry and Energy, Power Plants Efficiency, Energy and Ecology.
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