Originally Posted by tiptap
Could you put some dimensional analysis on those percentages. PPM or PPB is the usual method of talking about presence of materials in water or the air. Even commercial products that measure CO 2 use PPM. All reporting of elements and molecules to the EPA for air and water is given in PPM or PPB. Lead, Arsenic, Sulfates, Cyanide are all measured in PPM or PPB. I use to do Lead for air back before unleaded gas was dictated. Our analysis went from measured PPM to below detectable numbers at PPB in just over a year. So put some mass or count dimensional analysis on your numbers you would rather us use.
It's not my math, the thermo retention properties of .000382 atmospheric concentration of CO2. That number does not exist. CO2 saturates at 10 meters.
The entire theory is dependent on the accuracy of the computer models ability to quantify spectral broadening that cannot be measured.
Any chemist with a baro chamber could put that theory to test...most don't need to, as they already know the results.