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originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: LittleByLittle
Not at all but the concept is simple.
At night in a humid environmental the over night temperatures will not experience nearly as much of a temperature drop than would be experienced in a dry environment.
heat is released as a direct result of condensation
originally posted by: Masterjaden
a reply to: InTheLight
It's already been debunked. You know how? Every single prediction made by climate alarmists has been mete out as false and or a gross exaggeration.
For humans to actively seek to stabilize and create a static climate is an effort that will fail and ultimately make things worse. We should adapt to what the climate does rather than try to control the climate.
There is about 2,600,000 km³ of ice on Greenland.
Oh, and right now, there are 2 km³ of ice already melting in Greenland. Per day.
originally posted by: MarioOnTheFly
a reply to: swanne
I think he meant that..1 km3 of ice that is above ground, when melted will yield 0.9 km3 of water to the body.