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Simple Definitions

They Agree with the Debunk From “Thermodynamics”, G. J. V. Wylen, John Wiley & Sons, 1960: “Heat is defined as the form of energy that is transferred across a boundary by virtue of a temperature difference or temperature gradient. Implied in … Continue reading

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The Atmosphere does not “Pile Heat”

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What is Insulation, And what Does it Do? People (well, the climate alarmists) don’t seem to understand what “insulation” is. They think that it means that it makes heat “pile up” inside the source of heat, or in the medium … Continue reading

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The Fraud of the AGHE Part 10: What ELSE is the GHE, the Patent Office, and the 2nd Law

Bob Ashworth said of the concept of a backradiation greenhouse effect: “The US Patent Office would never patent such a concept.” What exactly is this concept?  In a previous post, we discovered that the greenhouse effect isn’t actually even defined … Continue reading

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