A real demonstration of warming from co2

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    A real demonstration of co2 warming in a experiment. :eek: This is from a webcast from Berkeley. Watch between 51:00 to 57:00 minutes...The experiment gets interesting around 53:00 and the end result is around 57:00. A good 9 degree increase in temperature!

    UC Berkeley Webcasts | Video and Podcasts:

    There's now NO question in my mind that co2 causes warming! Red line increass(co2), blue stays the same(no co2).
     
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    It's not there in lecture #1 -- Which Lecture???
     
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    22 here. Starts at 51 minutes and ends at 57 minutes.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks-t007AwrI]Letters and Science C70V - Lecture 22 - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    No one arguing against the supposed rapid warming the doomsayers predicted has said CO2 does not cause warming. What the SCIENCE says is that there is a diminishing effect as it rises . Thus why the increase that continues to occur causes so little rise in temps.

    Or perhaps you can explain why 14 years of rising CO2 has caused almost no rise in temps?
     
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    yeah. can you give us the highlights?

    What was the experiment? did it involve 20PPM or 100PPM additional CO2?
     
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    Why didn't they show how much CO2 they put in? For a space that size you need about a speck of fly crap size of CO2 of be 200PPM, which is 10 times the amount the Decline Hider tell us is causing "Global Warming"

    Can they do the same with water vapor?
     
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    I'm guessing quite a bit of the "air" within the fish tank was co2.(at least half), but still 10 degree's of warming in a few minutes.:eek:
     
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    Which proves nothing as I stated. Guess what? If you drink 700 cans of diet soda a day with nutra sweet in it you can possibly get cancer. A useless factoid.

    Get back to us when a test is done that actually FITS what is happening and has happened.

    As I stated 14 years of rising CO2 and no appreciable rise in temps.
     
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    And what you state is false. We have had a substancial rise in temperatures. What you are comparing is the one peak from a super El Nino in 1998. We have matched that peak twice since then, in 2005 and 2010, without the super El Nino.

    In fact, 2010 had a moderate El Nino for the first half of the year, and a strong La Nina for the last half, but it still matched 1998.

    Now look at the running average for the downturn from the double La Nina we just had. It's lowest point is higher than any high point in the running average prior to 1998. We just went to neutral ENSO in April, but April came in at 0.30. That is higher than any high point, period, prior to 1998. What do you think the temps will be when the inevitable El Nino arrives?

    UAH Global Temperature Update for April 2012: +0.30°C « Roy Spencer, Ph. D.
     

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