See also Section 7, Module 1. The teacher or a student would operate the keyboard, and the class would be asked to respond to what appeared on screen. The teacher might use the computer, for example, as a stimulus for eliciting oral responses from the class.
Those who go along are well rewarded, others ignored, attacked, often destroyed. Climate science has to support CO2 warming. I wonder how many of the online nutters are being paid. I suppose the oil industry could still make plastics and petrochemicals, which is a better use for a substance that required say 50 million years to form.
They reach an audience in the tens of millions that way, with no opponents able to reply. Why would they fool around in comment strings that a few hundred read, where they can be shown wrong by people who understand the science?
Another institution to add to my conspiracies folder! American Enterprise, Hoover, Heritiage, Marshall. Heartland, Competitive Enterprise, Cato. Bill What do you have against GHGs? If you fear warming than you want to put GHGs into the atmosphere.
GHGs absorb the heat energy the sun sends into our world. What is wrong and, what concerns are very valid?
Oh by the by, the site you sent me to, was slightly fraudulent. The depiction of the CO2 atom absorbing a photon and then emitting it acceding to the Law of Conservation of Momentum is false. Some photons will even go right back the way they came. But it does state that GHGs in the air absorb incoming and outgoing heat.
OS the question is, is there more heat coming into the air or going out. The GHGs are just as absorbent of heart leaving as they are entering. But since the sun is much hotter than the earth, the heat trapped out is much greater than the earth heat trapped in. Or in other words, about watts per meter squared is blocked out vs.
Thus, the cooling effect of the GHGs is watts or so greater than the warming of the greenhouse effect. For a warming effect to be greater than the cooling effect the earth would have to give off more heat than the sun sent in, and that is impossible.
If I said something wrong, what did I say that you disagree with? That is the Biggest lie Warmers tell.
Whereas the Industrial Revolution began in the mid 19th century. There was no real industry in the world in the 19th century. A few cities had an industrial society, but most of American and Europe was still rural farmland until the mid 20th century.
They will tell you it was all rural. Even big cities like Los Angeles, were mostly pastureland. Before that only the rich owned cars, and people lived in apartment buildings cause few could afford a home.Some question papers aren't available online.
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