Tag Archives: IR

Why are my feet cold?

Lessons from cold feet. The virtue of incandescence and the value of going naked, at least below the knees… Continue reading

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We Don’t Need No Stinking Back Radiation!

An interesting paper that looks at flux vs heat flow and ‘finds issues’ with the idea of “back radiation”. Continue reading

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Speed of Response to Solar Change

Does the daily temperature profile on a warm summer day with no wind “speak to you” about the lack of “back radiation”? Continue reading

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Nahle, Wood, and simple science

Can a couple of simply DIY experiments demonstrate that the Greenhouse GAS Effect is nonexistent and that the Greenhouse effect is entirely due to preventing convection? I think so… Continue reading

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Stratopause Emissions

All the action with IR is in the stratosphere, well above the “CO2 blanket”. Surface temperatures are measuring our weather, long after the stratosphere has done what it will do. Continue reading

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