In a complex system there are multiple factors involved
In a complex system there are multiple factors involved.
Earth’s system is very complex…
But in a complex system there are some major factors which play the dominant role, and there are many minor factors.
Also in a complex system there are multiple micro factors.
It is said that in complex system there are millions nano factors.
Science admits that in complex system there is an infinite number of infinitesimal significance factors.
When we model the Earth’s system mean surface temperature, we should take in consideration the major factors ruling the surface temperature.
These factors are
1. The Solar flux So = 1.362 W/m2
2. The Earth’s average albedo a = 0,306
3. The Φ = 0,47 (smooth spherical surface solar irradiation accepting factor)
4. The Earth’s rotational spin N = 1 rotation /day
5. The Earth’s average surface specific heat cp = 1 cal /gr.oC
The Earth’s atmosphere is very thin to play a significant role in Earth’s mean surface temperature.
It is 2 orders of magnitude less than the 33 oC difference
Earth’s theoretically calculated equilibrium temperature is 255 K. Earth’s measured mean surface temperature is 288 K.
If the difference of 33 oC to be attributed to the atmosphere’s greenhouse effect, then, of course, CO2 emissions could be responsible for some of the observed temperature rise.
But we already know, that there is the Rotational Warming phenomenon, which actually attributes for this 33 oC difference, and not the Earth’s atmosphere greenhouse effect.
In fact, Earth’s atmosphere adds to mean surface temperature no more than 0.4 oC.
It is 2 orders of magnitude less than the 33 oC difference.
The CO2 emissions do not cause rise of the temperature.
Nevertheless we should make efforts to limit the use of fossil fuels, because they are not replaceable. Once burned there would not be available coal, there would not be available oil and natural gas for the future generations, for the future of mankind.
06.11 | 11:57
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