[ RadSafe ] RadSafe Digest, Vol 1874, Issue 1 - Best wishes from an unusual hot Vienna
Brennan, Mike (DOH)
Mike.Brennan at DOH.WA.GOV
Wed Aug 5 12:39:27 CDT 2015
Especially if the additional heat is added to the system in places other than where it has been. When a huge area of forest or jungle is clear-cut it radically changes the heat/water balance in that area, which has an effect on the heat/water balance in other areas, sometimes continents away.
It would be nice to run a different experiment than the one we've been running for more than 100 years: Instead of cities being 'heat islands' because of all the reflected sunlight, combustion, and localized green-house effect, it would be interesting to have them absorb sunlight to satisfy much of their energy needs, and reducing the crap thrown up in the air.
From: radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu [mailto:radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu] On Behalf Of David Stephens
Sent: Wednesday, August 05, 2015 10:21 AM
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As one pumps more heat energy into a heat engine like the climate system, there will be large amounts of turbulence as the system seeks a new equilibrium. There will be stronger winds, violent storms, and extremes of high AND low temperature. That's why climate scientists quit calling it "global warming" and started using "climate change" years ago.
David B. Stephens, Ph.D., AAHP Associate
> Best wishes from an unusual hot Vienna. Up to 38 degrees Celsius ? what else ? Fahrenheit are not only outdated, but even banned. No prove for global warming ? a few weeks ago we had very low temperatures, but the rest of August seems to become even hotter. I do not want to disturb the global-warming commity ? during night we have temperatures in the lower twenties.
> Best wishes to everybody!
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