2014 – 050 Greenhouse gasses and their effect

“Greenhouse Gases” Have A Profound Effect On The Climate
“Greenhouse gases” have a profound effect on the climate as can be seen in every climate system that has a high concentration of water vapor (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2)—the two “most potent ‘greenhouse gases’”. Here are some photos:
The climate change that water vapor brings, far from being catastrophic, is quite the opposite. Water vapor brings an otherwise dead biosphere to life and makes it lush and green and, as we will see, even cools it down somewhat. What about carbon dioxide? Take a look:
It is such a scientific certainty that higher concentrations of carbon dioxide promote robust plant growth that commercial gardeners pump carbon dioxide into their greenhouses up to levels > 3 times higher than is currently present in the open atmosphere.
“In general, carbon dioxide supplementation of 1,000 ppm during the day when vents are closed is recommended [to bring the total concentration up to 1,300.]”Carbon Dioxide In Greenhouses, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.
If we were to look at pictures that compare the Arabian Desert to Bangladesh or the Nairobi Desert to the Congo the result would be the same. It is incontrovertible that water vapor and carbon dioxide bring life into a climate system as can be seen in the lush eco-systems of New Zealand, Bangladesh and the Congo compared to the deserts in Nevada, Saudi Arabia and Nairobi and it is no mystery as to why.
Water vapor in high enough concentrations condenses into clouds, which produce rain that drenches the soil. Plants, using the sun’s energy, pull carbon dioxide out of the air and water out of the soil to create carbohydrates and oxygen—the food that animals eat and the air that they breathe.

2 responses to “2014 – 050 Greenhouse gasses and their effect

  1. Here is truth about global wamnrig:Global wamnrig is one-half of the climatic cycle of wamnrig and cooling.The earth’s mean temperature cycles around the freezing point of water.This is a completely natural phenomenon which has been going on since there has been water on this planet. It is driven by the sun.Our planet is currently emerging from a mini ice age’, so isbecoming warmer and may return to the point at which Greenland is again usable as farmland (as it has been in recorded history).As the polar ice caps decrease, the amount of fresh water mixing with oceanic water will slow and perhaps stop the thermohaline cycle (the oceanic heat conveyor’ which, among other things, keeps the U.S. east coast warm).When this cycle slows/stops, the planet will cool again and begin to enter another ice age. Thermohaline cycle:Warm water is less dense than cold water. One of the ocean currents runs North up the east coast of the U.S.When this warm ocean water reaches the arctic ocean, it is cooled which makes it become more dense. The now dense salt water drops to the sea floor and begins its return to thesouthern loop of its cycle.Fresh water from meltoff of the northern ice pack dilutes this sea water which makes it less dense.The diluted, less dense water drops to the sea floor more slowly which slows the entire cycle.If diluted enough, this circulation stops entirely.When the circulation stops, then the planet will begin to cool and enter an ice age which will stop the meltoff.As the salinity in the north Atlantic increases, the water will once again begin to sink to the sea floor and the cycle will restart and our planet will emerge from its ice age and enter another warm period.That is happening now. It will change.It’s been happening for millions of years.The worrisome and brutal predictions of drastic climate effects are based on computer models, NOT CLIMATE HISTORY. As you probably know, computer models are not the most reliable of sources, especially when used to predict’ chaotic systems such as weather.Global wamnrig/cooling, AKA climate change’:Humans did not cause it.Humans cannot stop it.

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