Manuel García, Jr.

Manuel Garcia Jr, once a physicist, is now a lazy househusband who writes out his analyses of physical or societal problems or interactions. He can be reached at

The Perennial Smoldering of America’s Reichstag

The Demographics of Voting

Another Model of Atmospheric CO2 Accumulation

Burning Thoughts on the Sonoma Fires

Conflict and Choice for Human Survival

Global Warming Burps, Bubbles, Simmers and Sours On

Reducing CO2 Emissions to Reverse Global Warming

Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions are Fate

Possible Future Trends of CO2 Concentration and Global Temperature

The Improbability of CO2 Removal From the Atmosphere

Ocean Heat: From the Tropics to the Poles

Global Warming and Ocean Acidification Accelerate

Carbon Dioxide Uptake by Vegetation After Emissions Shutoff “Now”

Biosphere Warming in Numbers

Global Warming and Cooling After CO2 Shutoff at +1.5°C

Living With Global Warming

Global Warming is Nuclear War

A Simple Model for Global Warming

End Game for Green Utopia

Why Remdesivir and Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19?

A Reply to Jeffrey St. Clair’s “Strange Things Happening Every Day”

Looking Past the Pandemic

The Conquerors of America

Life in the California COVID-19 Lockdown

Bernie Didn’t Lose the Last Debate, But We May Have