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There is no evidence water vapor makes things hotter


There is no evidence water vapor makes things hotter18-09-2019 21:34
Tai Hai Chen
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Sure, hotter days there is more water vapor because of more evaporation. But there is no evidence more water vapor can cause temperature to go up. Liquid and solid water have cooling effect. As cloud it has cooling effective by reflection of sunlight. As ice it has cooling effect by cooling the air around it. Snow and ice is what makes it cold even by March when day length is the same as September.

Some physicists believe water vapor can make things hotter by trapping IR by vibration. But there is no evidence this is true just like there is no evidence heavier things fall faster than lighter things.
Edited on 18-09-2019 21:39
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