Tuesday 26 March 2024

There's no Greenhouse Effect

If an atmospheric greenhouse effect existed for CO₂, it will be possible to measure the ‘back-radiation’. It will show up in both the thermal conductivity (λ) and isochoric thermal diffusivity (aᵥ) properties. Scientists will then be able to calculate it precisely using either or both these 2 physical properties of CO₂. But
Q: why do climate scientists not measure it that way; despite billions of dollars in funding lavished on them?
Q: Would attempting to measure it prove them wrong?

amount present in atmosphere ( vol.)
formula ppm relative
to CO₂
λ (25 C),
[ W / m K]
[ m² / s ]
Nitrogen N₂ 780900 1855 0.0259 3.038 × 10⁻⁵
Oxygen O₂ 209400 497 0.0262 3.040 × 10⁻⁵
Argon Ar 9300 22 0.0178 3.586 × 10⁻⁵
Carbon dioxide CO₂ 421 1 0.0167 1.427 × 10⁻⁵
λ :
thermal conductivity, determines how much heat per time unit and temperature difference flows in a medium;
aᵥ :
isochoric thermal diffusivity, determines how rapidly a temperature change spreads, expressed as area per time unit


Falsification Of The Atmospheric CO₂ Greenhouse Effects Within The Frame Of Physics, version 4;
Gerhard Gerlich & Ralf D. Tscheuschner, 2009,
arXiv:0707.1161 abstract, pdf

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