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Did I seriously read someone suggesting we spray water in the air?
Yes you did Walt, and that idea originated from an economist, not me. Provide a cheaper and more effective alternative idea, otherwise it stands as valid.

The standard alternative seems to be to eliminate anything beyond bicycles, wash clothes and dishes by hand, and getting rid of internal combustion engines of any sort; but I don't see any rush of environmentalists joining the Amish.

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For the sake of argument it doesn't matter. It's a cycle. Man caused or not, there is absolutely NOTHING that will stop it from running it's course.

Mother nature is a real bitch.
i have to agree with Buford ...
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Actually, water vapor is a powerful GHG.

The effect of IR attenuation due to cloud overcasts has not really been shown to model well, or at least it has been problematic. While it will in the short term reflect some energy, the clouds will eventually sublimate, and all that water vapor may then be leveraged by heating CO2 action. At any rate, as a solution, it has not seen much love. But then, solutions are non existent at this point anyway. Who knows, maybe it would help drought conditions inland?

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I guess statements like that illustrate the lack of ideas that back up your point of view. When the personal attacks begin,I know who's losing the argument.
Was not a personal attack, just my weird sense of humor.

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Not lucky, just didn't have 'tim' to read them.
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If you are at the same level of science comprehension as a retarded third grader maybe you should go ahead and not discuss complex scientific matters anywhere ever. It's obvious you form your opinions and then cram whatever knowledge you glean off of google to fit your Conservative thought processes. God knows why you insist on smearing your ignorance all over this thread.


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Although I do admit it is entertaining reading people trying to explain this phenomenon and what actually does cause it and what we can do about it on this forum. Probably more scary though. Did I seriously read someone suggesting we spray water in the air?
I tried this. I got a spray nozzle on my hose and shot it in te air for an hour. The result was a definite drop in air temps.

Maybe next Earth Day we can ALL join together around the world at 3:00 PM GMT and shoot water in the air to help cool the planet!

If nothing else, it will show Mother Nature we are SERIOUS about cooling the earth.

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Actually, water vapor is a powerful GHG.

The effect of IR attenuation due to cloud overcasts has not really been shown to model well, or at least it has been problematic. While it will in the short term reflect some energy, the clouds will eventually sublimate, and all that water vapor may then be leveraged by heating CO2 action. At any rate, as a solution, it has not seen much love. But then, solutions are non existent at this point anyway. Who knows, maybe it would help drought conditions inland?
The biggest cause of globull warming is the hot air expelled by these "experts". The second leading cause is the wasted energy running around convincing others.

This whole thing is a con job. Throw all the cooked up numbers and data you want, people with an ounce of common sense aren't buying this snow job. And every day the numbers in the congregation drop as they see that the High Priests are really kooks.

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Actually, water vapor is a powerful GHG.
IIRC it's the most powerful GHG. Maybe we should just ban clouds? C02 is pretty low on the list of powerful GHG's. And like I already said, it releases heat energy faster than most if not all others. Which is in direct contrast of it's alleged heat retention causing global warming.
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My favorite alarmist has got to be Al Gore. Flying his private jet back,and forth to his 30,000 square foot house. Telling me to ride a bike,or drive a Prius. Are you kidding me?
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... it will show Mother Nature we are SERIOUS about cooling the earth.
that bitch needs to be slapped
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IIRC it's the most powerful GHG. Maybe we should just ban clouds? C02 is pretty low on the list of powerful GHG's. And like I already said, it releases heat energy faster than most if not all others. Which is in direct contrast of it's alleged heat retention causing global warming.
And like I said, you are illuminating your ignorance if you think that is how CO2 works in heating the atmosphere.

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