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Global Warming -- General Discussion ...

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#1 engware


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Posted 24 October 2007 - 05:23 PM

To All:

I would like to invite both Forum members and visitors to start a discussion on Global Warming -- ask questions of interest, share knowledge and experience related to Global Warming (potential impact on the power industry and how to reduce it).

Also, everybody is welcome to contribute to the Global Warming topic.



Below are a few plots dealing with the Carnot Cycle and combustion -- complete combustion of carbon, hydrogen, sulfur, coal, oil and gas with air at standard conditions (298 [K] and 1 [atm]) with no heat loss and stoichiometric conditions.

The purpose of the plots is to indicate potential impact of different fuels on the global warming issues ...

#2 didmac0


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Posted 09 September 2010 - 12:28 AM

Global warming, and, cooling, have been going on since WAY BEFORE MAN!!! And it will continue to go on, regardless. That has been proven by real scientists, who have done the real research.

Yes, global warming is occurring, right on natures schedule. When it is over, there will be another global cooling- maybe another ice age.

Man is responsible for about 5% of the warming- OT all of it.

Algore, champion of the "environmental movement", does NOT care about the environment. If he did, he would junk the Hummer, instead of saying, "I got a right to pollute, since, I cut down somewhere else." What about, be all you can be? Does it not apply to politicians, like Algore?

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