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Considering O2, N2, O3 absorb more than 99% of incoming shortwave radiation, which is far more powerful


Considering O2, N2, O3 absorb more than 99% of incoming shortwave radiation, which is far more powerful18-04-2019 16:52
Tai Hai Chen
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than long wave radiation, what makes IPCC scientists think they are not greenhouse gases whereas CO2 is?
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Tai Hai Chen wrote:
than long wave radiation, what makes IPCC scientists think they are not greenhouse gases whereas CO2 is?


It is not about what is absorbed from incoming sunlight, it is about what is absorbed from light emitted from Earth. The so-called 'greenhouse effect' magickally creates extra energy by absorbing infrared light emitted by the Earth's surface (never mind the 1st law of thermodynamics). It then magickally warms the Earth's surface even further by radiating what it absorbed back toward the surface (never mind the 2nd law of thermodynamics). It thus magickally traps infrared light and keeps it from leaving Earth (never mind the Stefan-Boltzmann law).

Nitrogen, oxygen, and ozone do not absorb these frequencies of infrared, thus freeing them from all this magick.


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