EMISIVITY OF CARBON DIOXIDE AND STEAM (WATER VAPOR)
Author: Nasif Nahle. Published: ©14 March 2007 by Biology Cabinet.

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DENSITY-EMISSIVITY COMPARISON IF DENSITY IS MULTIPLIED BY 10

In the table inserted above we observe a very tiny red bar that represents the present concentration of atmospheric CO2, which is 0.032% or a density of 0.000614 Kg/m^3. At the moment, the emissivity of CO2 at such concentrations is 0.00092 (with no units), for that reason their thermal capability to increase the tropospheric temperature is hardly 0.02 K (1K=1C). (Pitts & Sissom, 1997)

However, the blue bar that represents the water vapor (I will call it “steam” from this line ahead) fills 15% from the total amount of atmospheric gases, but it is not taken into account for filling the atmosphere’s composition because its concentration fluctuates enormously depending of the incoming solar radiation and interstellar cosmic rays (Shaviv. 2005). The capability of the steam to store energy is 0.4 (without units). The increase of the tropospheric temperature by steam is of 0.15 K. 5.7 times higher than the increase by carbon dioxide density.

The emissivity of Oxygen (green bar) and Nitrogen (yellow bar) are inconsequential; hence, they are not taken into account for the estimate of the oscillation of the Earth’s tropospheric temperature.

What would happen if we increase 10 times the densities of CO2 and steam in the atmosphere?

If we increase the density of CO2 from 381 ppmv to 3810 ppmv it would not happen anything, absolutely nothing, because the emissivity of CO2 would increase barely to 0.19 (without units). (Pitts & Sissom, 1997)

I will consider a concentration of 5% of steam to make the calculi. If we had 595311 ppmv (concentration = 50%) of steam in the whole atmosphere, its emissivity would increase to 0.7 (no units). Some investigators of the US Navy have reported a steam emissivity of 1.2, which is blatantly flawed because steam is not a black body, but a grey body, and no known system behaves like a black body. The maximum emissivity for a perfect Black body is 1.

The fluctuation of the temperature provoked by the emission of heat by 50% of steam in the atmosphere would be 0.4 K; 0.12 K lower than the observed fluctuation. However, if there is not more incoming Interstellar Cosmic Rays and more heat incoming from the Sun, the steam in the atmosphere would not increase. An interesting discovery of Dr. Nir Shaviv has been that if the incoming Interstellar Cosmic Rays increase, then the steam would form bigger droplets that would form clouds. Those clouds would reflect the Solar Radiation back to space, cooling so the Earth. But if the intensity of Solar Activity increases, then the interstellar cosmic particles would be blown off by the Solar Wind and the cloudiness in the Earth would decrease, increasing thus the tropospheric temperatures.

As we can see, THERE IS NOT a single scientific reason or a single factual reason to assure that the human beings are causing the global warming on the Solar System. THE WHOLE THING IS NATURAL, and as well as it began, it must finish, unless the stupid greens commit the foolishness of “fertilizing” the oceans with Iron, causing thus an eutrophication that will be lethal to the marine animals; or that NASA think to create its artificial volcano, filling the atmosphere with dust, aggravating thus the glaciations in progress; or that the same NASA commit the stupidity of filling the atmosphere with sulphates, which would cause the collapse of life on the Earth by global acid rains.

Let us leave that the Earth fixes the problem by itself; it could be that, instead of fixing the “problem”, we could make it worsen to the point of exterminating all the life on the planet only for earning 25 million dollars.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Pitts, Donald and Sissom, Leighton. Heat Transfer.  1997. McGraw Hill. New York, NY.

Documentary "The Great Global WArming Swindle". Revisado por última vez el 14 de Marzo de 2007.

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