Tag Archives: Tropopause

One Tenth Bar, Short Waves, and Solar Spectral Change

A review of a paper that finds a 1/10 bar ( 1/10 atmospheric pressure) common location of a tropopause on many planets with divergent atmospheres. Another paper says this can be applied to all sorts of planets, not just in our solar system, and also finds that the Stellar Spectrum matters. As our Solar Spectrum just shifted, I speculate that matters too, and that this 0.1 bar formula constrains our temperatures also. Continue reading

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Static vs Dynamic scored air

I speculate that a static scored air model can not ever give correct answers about a dynamic air and water covered world; and that is the fundamental difference in the “Warmers” view of the world vs that of the Skeptics. Continue reading

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