Yes, but water vapor affects albedo positively, and condenses at most earth temperatures.
Well, congratulations on being too cynical to be able to do anything about it, I guess. I try to trust people inversely to how much they have to gain from my complicity, except where I personally know them.
Because I'm replying to the parent? Who was replying to the great grandparent. It's called context, duder.
Oooooooops, I accidentally implied that methane caused that. That makes me look really dumb. Please be aware that this was just poor communication, not poor understanding.
Fracking wells here in the U.S. have similar leakage rates. Methane is bad news, and a huge chunk of pre-life fireball era earth's atmosphere was methane.
Sure, lots of things have a stronger absorption profile than CO2, CH4 is one, but if it even has a hundred thousandth of the emission levels of carbon dioxide, I'd be pretty surprised.
Still: fix the easy things first.
It's weird to me how Obama does all sorts of terrible things(most of which aren't new, but that's no excuse), but his primary antagonists seem to always be presenting the most discredited or irrelevant nonsense as defining evidence of his totalitarianism.
If you run 20 bullshit double blind experiments, 10 of them are going to show positive correlation to the hypothesis, and 1 will show improbably high correlation. Far more still if your testers have any unconscious control over the data.
There's not a lot to say in favor of [local telecom] just about anywhere in the U.S. Their margins are higher than any other substantial industry, and yet they're constantly in fear of even microscopic changes, pushing absurd protectionism through every level of government.
You know, back in the Bush administration, before Snowden released documents proving they were doing it, the ESA and ACLU did just that, and the Supreme court said "Fuck off, you can't prove anything, so we won't let you get evidence that would help."
I'm pretty sure there's another lawsuit now, but it hasn't gotten that high.
I'm sorry, the fixed rate loan has been patented by a competitor, so we can only offer you APRs that go up by 30% a day.
You sure busted my chops for sarcastically posting a sentiment, by sarcastically posting the same sentiment.
Only if you believe the pope, like some kind of filthy papist.
Sorry, I didn't mean to tar an entire group of people. That really wasn't my intent, but it does come across exactly that way. Which is indefensible, and you have my apologies, if nothing else. I know that even if I didn't mean it as a judgement, the kind of people who would judge you would see that kind of statement as validation of their beliefs.
I, in no, way, shape, or form think that even a tenth of a percentage of people meeting those descriptors would actually even consider terrorism morally acceptable.
Again, sorry, that post was, at the very least, insufficiently clear.
No it's not, but then, neither are any of the other things. Short of actually conspiring to commit the crime, basically nothing terrorists do is illegal. I wasn't really advocating profiling, just contesting the irrelevance of disaffected users.