The oceans represnt over 70% surface of our planet. Think of the huge amount of surface area of our planet that is water. 99% percent of it being salt water oceans. The amount of water being emitted into the lower atmosphere by humans is a small percentage world wide that each day is attributed to surface evaporation.
It is that simple. Let the reader absorb that concept.
I would be simply surprise if I had someone counter this basic fact. They would be among the idiots and morons that populate this earth.
I probably will not even respond to any challenges on this comment. For I do not deal with idiots.
Mankind contributes very little to the emission of water vapor verse the huge body of surface water this planet represents. It really is that simple.
Let the morons try to dispute such an elementary fact.
posted on 02/18/2010 11:05:17 PM PST
(Honor must be earned....)
Agree with it being a small percentage compared to total atmospheric gases. However, the amount of human generated CO2 gas is also a small percentage of the total atmospheric gases. Measured as ppm. What first needs to be addressed is the following - Is the amount of water vapor being released into the atmosphere by human activity, as significant with respect to atmospheric warming, as the amount of CO2 being released into the atmosphere by human activity. If human generated water vapor turns out to be far more significant, CO2 regulation will be a grossly inefficient mechanism to prevent AGW.
At any rate, the sad state of affairs is the following. We have not quantified how much of the most significant atmospheric warming gas we humans are releasing into the atmosphere, yet we think we know enough now to prevent atmospheric gas warming of the planet. So just how is that possible if we consider ourselves to be smart ?
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