Lehs
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CO2 density, is it really a greenhouse gas?
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As long as homo sapiens have existed the rate of carbon dioxide haven't exceed 350 ppm until 1990. All now living species are adapted to this. There is an enormous amount of energy from the sun that ...

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On what basics, can scientists predict the effects of climate change?
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Climate science seems to be as relevant as other types of science. It's just that it has been organized ridiculed after the formation of IPCC in the 80's. It has a lot of heritage from physics and ...

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How do we allocate partial CO2 doublings for Empirical Climate Sensitivity?
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You can use the formula ΔT=λ·α·㏑(C/C₀), (natural logarithm) where C is the later concentration of CO₂ and C₀ the earlier concentration. λ and α is constants. This formula is valid for a solid sphere ...

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Looking for counter-arguments concerning the melting of glaciers in the alps in the context of global warming
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Polarization and politicization makes us dumb. Climate is complex and there should be periods of global warming and periods of global cooling. Big amplitude changes in periods of about 100,000 years ...

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Do hurricanes cool the earth?
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A hurricane take it's energy from warm surface water, which is then cooled down. Warm, humid air is rising up more than 10 km and releasing it's heat through condensation of water vapor into water ...

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