CO2 What if it Doubles?

If CO2 doubles, from 280 PPM to 560 PPM, that will only cause an increase in temperature of 0.6 degrees Celsius. That's it, 0.6 degrees C. That's about 1 degree F. And that is only if everything else stays the same, which we know doesn't happen. We are around 400 PPM now.
The Mathematics of Carbon Dioxide, Part 1
The Mathematics of Carbon Dioxide Part 2
The Mathematics of Carbon Dioxide Part 3
The Mathematics of Carbon Dioxide Part 4
Soot and dirt on snow and ice cause melting even when the ambient temperature is below freezing. Look at pictures of glaciers and you can see they are covered with soot and dirt.
If CO2 doubles, from 280 PPM to 560 PPM, that will only cause an increase in temperature of 0.6 degrees Celsius. That's it, 0.6 degrees C. That's about 1 degree F. And that is only if everything else stays the same, which we know doesn't happen. We are around 400 PPM now.
The Mathematics of Carbon Dioxide, Part 1
The Mathematics of Carbon Dioxide Part 2
The Mathematics of Carbon Dioxide Part 3
The Mathematics of Carbon Dioxide Part 4
Soot and dirt on snow and ice cause melting even when the ambient temperature is below freezing. Look at pictures of glaciers and you can see they are covered with soot and dirt.
4 Comments:
At 10:53 PM, William Spearshake said…
But what would happen if we found out that wavelength didn't equal frequency?
At 7:50 AM, Joe G said…
Good luck with that. Every specific wavelength has one and only one specific frequency. To find out otherwise would be like refuting gravity.
At 5:27 PM, William Spearshake said…
"Good luck with that. Every specific wavelength has one and only one specific frequency."
That would be a neat trick if you could prove that light of a specific wavelength had the same frequency in air, glass, water and liquid nitrogen.
At 9:38 PM, Joe G said…
Obviously you are a retard on an agenda. The wavelength of light in air is one specific wavelength. The wavelength of light through glass is another specific wavelength and the wavelength of light through water is yet another.
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