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How to solve climate change.26-09-2021 05:02
Lol_dude
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Maybe we should rely on science instead.

Think about glucose. This is edible by humans and animals alike. Its chemical formula is C6H12O6.

Carbon dioxide and methane are the most common greenhouse gasses.

CO2
and
CH4.

If you add them up, you get C2H4O2.

Now, if you multiply that by 3, you get C6H12O6. Look familiar?

And therefore, 3 CO2 + 3 CH4 + Energy = C6H12O6.
17-03-2022 21:24
RenaissanceMan
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1,275 views and this is the first reply. Absolutely inconceivable that such stuff as the opening post is ignored.

1. THE most abundant greenhouse gas is water vapor. Its concentration is ~15,000 ppmv.
2. Water vapor absorbs infrared radiation far better than CO2 does.
3. One cannot "add" formulas and get a new compound. That is childishness.

This post by Lol Dude does NOT rely on science.
31-03-2022 15:07
GretaGroupieProfile picture★★☆☆☆
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RenaissanceMan wrote:
1,275 views and this is the first reply. Absolutely inconceivable that such stuff as the opening post is ignored.

1. THE most abundant greenhouse gas is water vapor. Its concentration is ~15,000 ppmv.
2. Water vapor absorbs infrared radiation far better than CO2 does.
3. One cannot "add" formulas and get a new compound. That is childishness.

This post by Lol Dude does NOT rely on science.


Oh, so true RM, but aren't all of mankind childish? After all, that's how we got into this mess in the first place.

As for you LD, you keep right on calculating. Remember, in every lie there's a little bit of truth, and in every truth there's a little lie. I'm not quite sure what that has to do with anything, but you're obviously very smart and I'm sure you will figure it out.
Edited on 31-03-2022 15:10
01-04-2022 00:56
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RenaissanceMan wrote:
1,275 views and this is the first reply. Absolutely inconceivable that such stuff as the opening post is ignored.

1. THE most abundant greenhouse gas is water vapor. Its concentration is ~15,000 ppmv.

There is no such thing as a 'greenhouse gas'. No gas or vapor has the capability to warm the Earth. You cannot create energy out of nothing. See the 1st law of thermodynamics:
E(t+1) = E(t) - U where 'E' is energy, 't' is time, and 'U' is work.

RenaissanceMan wrote:
2. Water vapor absorbs infrared radiation far better than CO2 does.

Water absorbs more frequencies too. That does not warm the Earth.

The surface has to emit infrared light, dude. Doing that takes energy. That cools the surface.

It is just the warmer surface heating the colder atmosphere by something other than conductive heating. It is radiant heating. Big hairy deal.

RenaissanceMan wrote:
3. One cannot "add" formulas and get a new compound. That is childishness.

It's actually what you do to describe a reaction, dude.
RenaissanceMan wrote:
This post by Lol Dude does NOT rely on science.

Chemistry is a branch of science.

Fortunately, there is an easier way to make a carbohydrate. Plant something.


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