Such math and physics models are of great utility, as they give us a basis for reasoning quantitatively about climate change. Despite this utility, however, many such models have not yet made it into the textbooks or popular literature, but remain scattered throughout the vast and technical scientific literature. Our aim here is to provide a self-contained treatment of a handful of these models which seem particularly useful. The intended audience are those with a basic math and physics background, and in particular scientists and engineers in other fields, who seek a basis for reasoning for themselves about climate change. There is no intended statement on greenhouse gases or political perspectives, this is meant purely as a math, physics model of anthropomorphic heat contribution`s and a alternate approach to support the IPCC in their continued analysis.