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But what happen when this moisture reach a specific altitude?
don't ask for the source,
Yes. Like CO2, clouds bounce infrared radiation back to the surface. I pointed that out earlier. That's why cloudy nights are often warmer than clear nights.
At LWIR, passage of clouds increase received radiation from 420 W/m^2 (morning) to around 460 W/m^2.
This is why I am thinking the dominant effect may be a negative feedback.
Not much. But when a damp parcel of air rises it may or may not produce a cloud.
I'm talking about getting the actual science wrong.
this is politics
The science says that as CO2 levels continue to increase, so will global temperatures.