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Climate scientists are struggling to find the right words for very bad news


Climate scientists are struggling to find the right words for very bad news06-10-2018 18:33
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...With something like this I don't think they know the specific role that CO2 plays in our atmosphere. They haven't considered the possibility that the Earth's gravitational field is responsible for the troposphere as well as the tropopause and the mesopause which helps to insulate the Earth's atmosphere just as the Van Allen radiation belts trap highly ionized particles.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/energy-environment/2018/10/03/climate-scientists-are-struggling-find-right-words-very-bad-news/?utm_term=.7d73cd9ace45
06-10-2018 18:56
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James___ wrote:
...With something like this I don't think they know the specific role that CO2 plays in our atmosphere.

In terms of temperature, none...zero...nada.
James___ wrote:
They haven't considered the possibility that the Earth's gravitational field is responsible for the troposphere as well as the tropopause and the mesopause which helps to insulate the Earth's atmosphere

The tropopause and the msopause ARE part of Earth's atmosphere. They don't insulate anything.
James___ wrote:
just as the Van Allen radiation belts trap highly ionized particles.

You can't trap heat.


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