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Controlled studies of CO2 as a greenhouse gas

It may be possible to have a demonstration experiment that shows the absorptive properties of CO2 but not as described. Nothing so simple - It is important to consider that the greenhouse effect ...
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How to design an experiment to quantify back radiation from atmospheric carbon dioxide?

Backradek wrote: "No, this is not the case. The atmosphere is almost black and opaque at certain wavelengths such as 15um (CO2). Then only the external layers radiate, mostly." Absolutely ...
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How to design an experiment to quantify back radiation from atmospheric carbon dioxide?

Gerrit wrote: "Stefan-Beltzmann and Kirchhoff laws apply always, everything radiates, including convecting gases" Incorrect. https://i.imgur.com/QErszYW.gif Idealized blackbody objects > ...
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