On Jan 17, 5:46 pm, 1treePetrifiedForestLane <Space...@hotmail.com> wrote: > anyway, if you believe in "black holes," > you are officailly an Einsteiniac, believeing that > gravity is th sole force that acts > over long distances ... even though, > there is no accepted theory of this force per se. > > and, no-one in these groups will question it, > either, that I've noticed; so, > you are in that (good or bad) company. > > thus: > yeah, the *causes* of increased CO2 are the true problem, > viz deforestation as you mention, making > for most effects upon the #1 glass house gas, H2O. but, > inasmuch as the CO2 does increase the differentials > of the weather, from the equator to the poles, no, > it is not "entirely beneficial." > > anyway, the spectrun of water vaopr is *much* larger. > > > Realistic CO2 absorption spectrum is here: > > http://members.casema.nl/errenwijlens/co2/angstrom1900/index.html
Limited gravity has maximum inner strength and a boundary of the field.