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To: EPW Comm Team

I had the bright idea the other day of developing a test for the proposition that increased CO2 would result in “Greenhouse” effect or cause “warming” by inhibitting cooling.

First step was to look at local planets and planteoids for atmospheric componenets and what I found was tha every instance of high % of CO2 was coincident with drastically high temperatures.

Seems to support the Greenhouse effect.

(I am not an astronomer or climatologist).


10 posted on 03/06/2008 4:43:40 PM PST by awake-n-angry
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To: awake-n-angry
That might be true. But CO2 breathes up and down on this planet just like everything else.
Just because a seething 9000 degree cauldron of sulfuric acid has elevated CO2, you need a wider view. You might want to research the bigger picture.
14 posted on 03/06/2008 5:00:07 PM PST by WhoisAlanGreenspan?
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To: awake-n-angry

What is “high” CO2 concentration? What is a “high” temperature.


21 posted on 03/06/2008 5:19:28 PM PST by JeanLM
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To: awake-n-angry
First step was to look at local planets and planteoids for atmospheric componenets and what I found was tha every instance of high % of CO2 was coincident with drastically high temperatures.

Might want to look at Mars again.

I think you skipped over it....

BTW, FWIW, Venus is 50 million miles closer to the Sun than we are....

However, you may have stumbled on the "research" the "climate change scientists" used to determine your hypothesis....

53 posted on 03/07/2008 12:52:28 PM PST by dirtbiker (I 'm a liberal's worst nightmare:A redneck with a pickup, a library card, and a conceal carry permit)
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