Thursday, December 24, 2015

More AGW debunking

Not my ideas this time, but someone else's.  Saw part of it at Ace, then the rest here.

The part you see at Ace discusses how carbon dioxide can possibly absorb heat.  But for it do so, it must deviate from and Ideal Gas.  This was the discussion I took on in an earlier post.  What it amounts to is that if the heat doesn't expand the gas, then the gas won't expand like an Ideal Gas.

Frankly, I'm doubtful that carbon dioxide can absorb any heat at all, despite this.  As soon as it gets hotter, it expands, which in turn, causes it to cool down.  All gases do this.  The expansion will offset any gains that might have been possible with its atomic structure.

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