Imagine That, Temperatures Match Water Vapor NOT CO2

Water Vapor

CO2 evenly blankets the globe in a 400 ppm blanket. In scientific language, the ΔCO2  between hemisphere, altitude up to 70km and over short time periods is 0. Differential equations don’t work with CO2 over the short run because it doesn’t change on a material basis. It is a blanket, it is a CONSTANT. You can’t have a ΔTemperature if you don’t have a ΔCO2 in a causal relationship. NASA publishes a time series graphic that simply destroys the myth that CO2 alters temperature.  The time series video clearly shows global temperatures having large variations, and those variations are highly correlated with water vapor. There is 0.00% correlation between CO2 and temperatures because once again ΔCO2 = 0. Anyone seeking the truth as to what is causing climate change and global temperatures is graphically detailed in NASA’s video. You will note that NASA chose to compare temperatures to water vapor, not CO2. Often you can learn more from what people don’t say than what they do.

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In response to Django Munchausen’s comment below, I wrote this article

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13 thoughts on “Imagine That, Temperatures Match Water Vapor NOT CO2”

  1. You idiots have the correlation backwards. When the temperature goes up, water evaporates, giving higher atmospheric water vapor. Haven’t you ever noticed cumulus clouds forming on a hot summer day, then dissipating as it cools off in the evening? That’s the phenomenon this animation is showing, but on a much longer, seasonal time scale. And the NASA webpage says NOTHING about atmospheric CO2 over the course of that time, so unless you post that graphic, I’m afraid I don’t believe your assertions regarding lack of change. Sorry. Even capitalizing CONSTANT doesn’t make it so. “In God we trust, everyone else brings data.”


    1. Even if temperature drives CO2, there is no evidence CO2 drives the temperature…none. the sun drives temperature, unless you care to explain how CO2 causes the earth to warm during the day and cool at night. Lastly, there is plenty of data showing CO2 is a constant. More importantly, temperature follows H2O by altitude. As H2O precipitated out, temperature drops.


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