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03-04-2020 23:24
Tim the plumber
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James___ wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
James___ wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:

To get a single 1mm rise in sea level you need 361 Gt of land ice to melt. That is 361 cubic kilometers, well a little more but close enough. [/color]



Why I mentioned the graph about sea level. It agreed until about 1950 with global warming. Harvey and Duncan missed that and basically everyone else.

Also, air pressure is not based on air pressure. Easy enough to understand if you know the history of science. But it seems people don't know anything before
WW II. I think that's when real science was last accomplished. After that, it became commercialized.


Well that has lost me.

I can measure air pressure, using either mercury or water. Mecury is easier if you can get it but water will do, just need a 34 foot height to work with.



If you do that with water, then you'll see the problem.


Well, the evaportaion will cause a gas to form, steam, above the water and you will have it never get to the 10m it is supposed to but....

You could easily put a pressure guage on the top of it and draw a graph using the data untill it gets close to zero.
03-04-2020 23:38
James___
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Tim the plumber wrote:
James___ wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:
James___ wrote:
Tim the plumber wrote:

To get a single 1mm rise in sea level you need 361 Gt of land ice to melt. That is 361 cubic kilometers, well a little more but close enough. [/color]



Why I mentioned the graph about sea level. It agreed until about 1950 with global warming. Harvey and Duncan missed that and basically everyone else.

Also, air pressure is not based on air pressure. Easy enough to understand if you know the history of science. But it seems people don't know anything before
WW II. I think that's when real science was last accomplished. After that, it became commercialized.


Well that has lost me.

I can measure air pressure, using either mercury or water. Mecury is easier if you can get it but water will do, just need a 34 foot height to work with.



If you do that with water, then you'll see the problem.


Well, the evaportaion will cause a gas to form, steam, above the water and you will have it never get to the 10m it is supposed to but....

You could easily put a pressure guage on the top of it and draw a graph using the data untill it gets close to zero.


I apparently was editing my last post while you were answering it. The internet does allow for it. Unfortunately, sometimes for me to think through what I am posting I will do several edits. I now I create a hazard in that respect but in some ways this is a sounding board. It should give us a pause to consider our thoughts.
04-04-2020 00:41
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James___ wrote: 32.18504 = 9.81 m/s or meters. Gravity accelerates at 9.81 m/s.



It's 9.81 m/s^2


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