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dhogaza



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(Permalink) Posted: July 10 2008,14:08   

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Water vapor is an important greenhouse gas. However, CO2 has a disproportionate effect because it closes an important gap in the emission spectrum

Not to mention that CO2 doesn't turn to rain.  Warm the world, you get more water vapor, cool it off, it rains out.  Thus it's considered a feedback, not a forcing.

Even DaveTard should be able to understand that.

  
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