What controls the temperature on our planet?

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What controls the temperature on our planet?

Post by DickPile » Fri Nov 23, 2018 12:11 pm

Hi. I came over this video on Youtube by Tony Heller, that (tries to) disprove global warming / climate change. This is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WcVGXA6Lr8 (NASA Debunks Global Warming Theory).

Basically he says that it is atmospheric pressure that controls the temperature on every planet, not the distance from the sun, or the amount of Carbondioxide in the atmosphere. What do you think guys?
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Re: What controls the temperature on our planet?

Post by daniel » Fri Nov 23, 2018 12:56 pm

DickPile wrote:
Fri Nov 23, 2018 12:11 pm
Basically he says that it is atmospheric pressure that controls the temperature on every planet, not the distance from the sun, or the amount of Carbondioxide in the atmosphere. What do you think guys?
The RS2 research has demonstrated that most physical phenomenon is based on pressure, not force. For example, electric current in a wire acts more like the water pressure in your pipes--it is not based on flow, unless you get a leak.

So I would concur that the radical changes in our environment are also pressure based--makes a lot more sense, because whenever you increase pressure somewhere, it decreases somewhere else, as the volume of air is relatively constant. Hotter desert regions (higher pressure) = colder Siberian regions (lower pressure).

It is a known fact in chemistry that temperature increases with pressure--as long as the volume remains the same. (That's why you put a lid on a pot to make water boil faster.)

The stuff on the planets... just speculation. After all, NASA = Never A Straight Answer.
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