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Simulate global warming in a bubble?

Unread Messageby Christophe » 10/03/20, 16:40

An idea that I have had in mind for years but that I have never put into practice and that could be really interesting ... for everyone!

Why not make a small simulator of global warming in a closed vase? DIY accessible to all!

The idea is simple: have 2 identical containers exposed to the same source of radiation and which would simulate the Earth's atmosphere.

I think of Ladies Jeanne for example.

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We will put water, soil, some plants or some control insects (ants, flies ...) ... and (at least) a thermometer visible from the outside ...

In one of the 2 we would burn a little wood to increase (reasonably) the CO2 content ... 1 match should be enough ... (calculation to be done)

And we'll see what's going on!

Are you tempted?

ps: maybe it's already done ... i haven't searched the net ...
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Unread Messageby GuyGadebois » 10/03/20, 16:42

Christophe wrote:I think of Ladies Jeanne for example.

Who is this James Deanne? : Cheesy:
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Re: Simulate global warming in a bubble?

Unread Messageby Christophe » 10/03/20, 16:47

Oh no!! Not here!

There is exni to let off steam! It is hot hot this afternoon !!
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Unread Messageby Ahmed » 10/03/20, 17:03

By taking a little CO² from a fire extinguisher, it would be easy to obtain a much higher concentration and to make the effects more visible (without the undesirable gases resulting from the combustion of your match) ...
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Re: Simulate global warming in a bubble?

Unread Messageby Exnihiloest » 10/03/20, 17:12

Christophe wrote:.
There is exni to let off steam!

For those who did not understand that here, you have to make allegiance, otherwise we deliver you to second knives ...

And yet the buzz that I generate through non-conformism is good for Google hits.
Not even recognition! : Lol:
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 10/03/20, 17:13

Nor is the goal to saturate the atmosphere of Dame Jeanne with CO2 ... and the pollutants linked to combustion are also interesting, I think.

Beware of the possible sulfur dioxide (a match must emit upon ignition) which would cancel the greenhouse effect on the other hand ... but it could be a nice counter experiment !!!

I said a match like that, we can burn something else, as long as the combustion emits a reasonable amount of CO2 ...

Ideally the CO2 concentration should be increased from 200 to 300 ppm ... To simulate the change since the pre-industrial era ... obviously we would start from about 400 ppm I will not succeed in removing CO2 from the air origin!

In short, the amount of carbon burned is likely to be low .... or else a great lady Jeanne is needed! : Cheesy:
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Unread Messageby Exnihiloest » 10/03/20, 17:13

Ahmed wrote:By taking a little CO² from a fire extinguisher, it would be easy to obtain a much higher concentration and to make the effects more visible (without the undesirable gases resulting from the combustion of your match) ...

I just posted the study which says the opposite:
climate-change-co2 / co2-and-greenhouse-reality-t16010.html # p383754

This will be an opportunity to verify.
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Re: Simulate global warming in a bubble?

Unread Messageby Christophe » 10/03/20, 17:15

Exnihiloest wrote:For those who did not understand that here, you have to make allegiance, otherwise we deliver you to second knives ...


Nothing personal but when you contradict yourself it's frankly annoying (for you) ...

Exnihiloest wrote:And yet the buzz that I generate through non-conformism is good for Google hits.
Not even recognition! : Lol:


: Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

Waaaaw go find us a subject that you initiated and which is on the 1st page of google in the first 5 results ... I leave you the choice of words ... (2 max) ...
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Exnihiloest wrote:
Ahmed wrote:By taking a little CO² from a fire extinguisher, it would be easy to obtain a much higher concentration and to make the effects more visible (without the undesirable gases resulting from the combustion of your match) ...

I just posted the study which says the opposite:

It's not a study, it's modeling.
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 10/03/20, 17:16

Exnihiloest wrote:I just posted the study which says the opposite:
climate-change-co2 / co2-and-greenhouse-reality-t16010.html # p383754

This will be an opportunity to verify.


Why do you think I created this topic a few minutes after you published it? : Cheesy:

Anyone could have this experience ...
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