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# Question about the CO2 warming effect

 Posts: 10,507 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 8/19/2012 8:56:14 AMPosted: 4 years agoCO2 and temperture are related logarithmically. So...If X co2 causes Y warming, you double X you get half of Y. If X doubles again you get half of the previously halved Y, and a few more times doesn't Y become zero and co2 loses effect?https://www.youtube.com... https://rekonomics.wordpress.com... "A trend is a trend, but the question is, will it bend? Will it alter its course through some unforeseen force and come to a premature end?" -- Alec Cairncross
 Posts: 154 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 8/19/2012 11:44:15 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 8/19/2012 8:56:14 AM, 16kadams wrote:CO2 and temperture are related logarithmically. So...If X co2 causes Y warming, you double X you get half of Y. If X doubles again you get half of the previously halved Y, and a few more times doesn't Y become zero and co2 loses effect?That depends on the exact mathematical relationship if it is logarithmic. But if y=log(x), then yes, you are correct.Cats. I like cats. -Me Pro hasn't upheld his BOP. He forfeited last round. I did stuff. -Wallstreetatheist That was real intellectual property theft. They used her idea for their own profit and fame. When I pirate, I am usually downloading textbooks that I cannot afford to purchase on my own and that I do not want my parents to spend money on. -royalpaladin
 Posts: 10,507 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 8/19/2012 12:13:03 PMPosted: 4 years agoAt 8/19/2012 11:44:15 AM, TheBossToss wrote:At 8/19/2012 8:56:14 AM, 16kadams wrote:CO2 and temperture are related logarithmically. So...If X co2 causes Y warming, you double X you get half of Y. If X doubles again you get half of the previously halved Y, and a few more times doesn't Y become zero and co2 loses effect?That depends on the exact mathematical relationship if it is logarithmic. But if y=log(x), then yes, you are correct.That means the CO2 effect will eventually be zero using the theory that says we're all going to die...https://www.youtube.com... https://rekonomics.wordpress.com... "A trend is a trend, but the question is, will it bend? Will it alter its course through some unforeseen force and come to a premature end?" -- Alec Cairncross
 Posts: 2,557 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 8/19/2012 12:28:59 PMPosted: 4 years agoAt 8/19/2012 12:13:03 PM, 16kadams wrote:At 8/19/2012 11:44:15 AM, TheBossToss wrote:At 8/19/2012 8:56:14 AM, 16kadams wrote:CO2 and temperture are related logarithmically. So...If X co2 causes Y warming, you double X you get half of Y. If X doubles again you get half of the previously halved Y, and a few more times doesn't Y become zero and co2 loses effect?That depends on the exact mathematical relationship if it is logarithmic. But if y=log(x), then yes, you are correct.That means the CO2 effect will eventually be zero using the theory that says we're all going to die...You are correct. Every single particle of CO2 that is emitted, the next particle will have a smaller effect on the climate.Using the logarithmic function, y=log(x), this can be shown.But remember, it will never be zero, just an infintesimally small number per increase.
 Posts: 10,507 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 8/19/2012 5:09:56 PMPosted: 4 years agoAt 8/19/2012 12:28:59 PM, Ron-Paul wrote:At 8/19/2012 12:13:03 PM, 16kadams wrote:At 8/19/2012 11:44:15 AM, TheBossToss wrote:At 8/19/2012 8:56:14 AM, 16kadams wrote:CO2 and temperture are related logarithmically. So...If X co2 causes Y warming, you double X you get half of Y. If X doubles again you get half of the previously halved Y, and a few more times doesn't Y become zero and co2 loses effect?That depends on the exact mathematical relationship if it is logarithmic. But if y=log(x), then yes, you are correct.That means the CO2 effect will eventually be zero using the theory that says we're all going to die...You are correct. Every single particle of CO2 that is emitted, the next particle will have a smaller effect on the climate.Using the logarithmic function, y=log(x), this can be shown.But remember, it will never be zero, just an infintesimally small number per increase.So if this period of little warming from this decade continues for another 30 years we can assume we have met our near maximum.... Silly climate alarmists, trix are for kids.https://www.youtube.com... https://rekonomics.wordpress.com... "A trend is a trend, but the question is, will it bend? Will it alter its course through some unforeseen force and come to a premature end?" -- Alec Cairncross
 Posts: 2,557 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 8/19/2012 5:26:05 PMPosted: 4 years agoAt 8/19/2012 5:09:56 PM, 16kadams wrote:At 8/19/2012 12:28:59 PM, Ron-Paul wrote:At 8/19/2012 12:13:03 PM, 16kadams wrote:At 8/19/2012 11:44:15 AM, TheBossToss wrote:At 8/19/2012 8:56:14 AM, 16kadams wrote:CO2 and temperture are related logarithmically. So...If X co2 causes Y warming, you double X you get half of Y. If X doubles again you get half of the previously halved Y, and a few more times doesn't Y become zero and co2 loses effect?That depends on the exact mathematical relationship if it is logarithmic. But if y=log(x), then yes, you are correct.That means the CO2 effect will eventually be zero using the theory that says we're all going to die...You are correct. Every single particle of CO2 that is emitted, the next particle will have a smaller effect on the climate.Using the logarithmic function, y=log(x), this can be shown.But remember, it will never be zero, just an infintesimally small number per increase.So if this period of little warming from this decade continues for another 30 years we can assume we have met our near maximum.... Silly climate alarmists, trix are for kids.Yes.
 Posts: 10,507 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 8/19/2012 5:41:33 PMPosted: 4 years agoAt 8/19/2012 5:26:05 PM, Ron-Paul wrote:At 8/19/2012 5:09:56 PM, 16kadams wrote:At 8/19/2012 12:28:59 PM, Ron-Paul wrote:At 8/19/2012 12:13:03 PM, 16kadams wrote:At 8/19/2012 11:44:15 AM, TheBossToss wrote:At 8/19/2012 8:56:14 AM, 16kadams wrote:CO2 and temperture are related logarithmically. So...If X co2 causes Y warming, you double X you get half of Y. If X doubles again you get half of the previously halved Y, and a few more times doesn't Y become zero and co2 loses effect?That depends on the exact mathematical relationship if it is logarithmic. But if y=log(x), then yes, you are correct.That means the CO2 effect will eventually be zero using the theory that says we're all going to die...You are correct. Every single particle of CO2 that is emitted, the next particle will have a smaller effect on the climate.Using the logarithmic function, y=log(x), this can be shown.But remember, it will never be zero, just an infintesimally small number per increase.So if this period of little warming from this decade continues for another 30 years we can assume we have met our near maximum.... Silly climate alarmists, trix are for kids.Yes.Note that no alarmists respond to this forumhttps://www.youtube.com... https://rekonomics.wordpress.com... "A trend is a trend, but the question is, will it bend? Will it alter its course through some unforeseen force and come to a premature end?" -- Alec Cairncross
 Posts: 12,788 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 8/19/2012 5:43:46 PMPosted: 4 years agoYou guys done with this circle jerk?"Easy is the descent to Avernus, for the door to the Underworld lies upon both day and night. But to retrace your steps and return to the breezes above- that's the task, that's the toil."
 Posts: 154 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 8/24/2012 8:49:15 AMPosted: 4 years agoAt 8/19/2012 5:09:56 PM, 16kadams wrote:At 8/19/2012 12:28:59 PM, Ron-Paul wrote:At 8/19/2012 12:13:03 PM, 16kadams wrote:At 8/19/2012 11:44:15 AM, TheBossToss wrote:At 8/19/2012 8:56:14 AM, 16kadams wrote:CO2 and temperture are related logarithmically. So...If X co2 causes Y warming, you double X you get half of Y. If X doubles again you get half of the previously halved Y, and a few more times doesn't Y become zero and co2 loses effect?That depends on the exact mathematical relationship if it is logarithmic. But if y=log(x), then yes, you are correct.That means the CO2 effect will eventually be zero using the theory that says we're all going to die...You are correct. Every single particle of CO2 that is emitted, the next particle will have a smaller effect on the climate.Using the logarithmic function, y=log(x), this can be shown.But remember, it will never be zero, just an infintesimally small number per increase.So if this period of little warming from this decade continues for another 30 years we can assume we have met our near maximum.... Silly climate alarmists, trix are for kids.Remember, however, y=log(x) is the most basic logarithmic function. The actual log equation could be wildly different and have a much less "violent" slope.Cats. I like cats. -Me Pro hasn't upheld his BOP. He forfeited last round. I did stuff. -Wallstreetatheist That was real intellectual property theft. They used her idea for their own profit and fame. When I pirate, I am usually downloading textbooks that I cannot afford to purchase on my own and that I do not want my parents to spend money on. -royalpaladin
 Posts: 10,507 Add as FriendChallenge to a DebateSend a Message 8/25/2012 6:09:55 PMPosted: 4 years agoAt 8/24/2012 8:49:15 AM, TheBossToss wrote:At 8/19/2012 5:09:56 PM, 16kadams wrote:At 8/19/2012 12:28:59 PM, Ron-Paul wrote:At 8/19/2012 12:13:03 PM, 16kadams wrote:At 8/19/2012 11:44:15 AM, TheBossToss wrote:At 8/19/2012 8:56:14 AM, 16kadams wrote:CO2 and temperture are related logarithmically. So...If X co2 causes Y warming, you double X you get half of Y. If X doubles again you get half of the previously halved Y, and a few more times doesn't Y become zero and co2 loses effect?That depends on the exact mathematical relationship if it is logarithmic. But if y=log(x), then yes, you are correct.That means the CO2 effect will eventually be zero using the theory that says we're all going to die...You are correct. Every single particle of CO2 that is emitted, the next particle will have a smaller effect on the climate.Using the logarithmic function, y=log(x), this can be shown.But remember, it will never be zero, just an infintesimally small number per increase.So if this period of little warming from this decade continues for another 30 years we can assume we have met our near maximum.... Silly climate alarmists, trix are for kids.Remember, however, y=log(x) is the most basic logarithmic function. The actual log equation could be wildly different and have a much less "violent" slope.The two theories on this, however, is either more CO2 lead to an amplification of 3 or a multiplication of .5. One is from computer models, the other from direct observation. You choose.https://www.youtube.com... https://rekonomics.wordpress.com... "A trend is a trend, but the question is, will it bend? Will it alter its course through some unforeseen force and come to a premature end?" -- Alec Cairncross