7DSUSYstrings Posted April 18, 2012 Report Share Posted April 18, 2012 (edited) not really; but it's something. i made light of that aspect of your earlier reply simply because of the miniscule contribution it has in contrast to the major CO2 contributor of burning fossil fuels. moreover, what makes me most unhappy is your suggesting there is some mistake about the fossil fuel contribution - let alone deforestation- and that instead all the climate scientists are somehow idiots or deceivers about not considering the sun's role. i'd be less unhappy if you would acknowledge that you're mistaken in that position. :smilingsun: You'd possibly be less unhappy if you took a pack of phags and took measurements of the gas volume after 20 are sucked and blown out and multiplied it by 1.7 billion. I actually doubt if you found it matched the numbers in that link, assuming you weighed the exhaled gas. If you simply burn the phags and collect the gas, weigh the gas and weight the ashes you could establish the weight, but I'd guess the total destructive distillate (do I need to provide a link for that process? :rolleyes: ) is going to be at least .2 gm per pack. even at .02 gm per pack we're talking 30 million grams every day, not a ridiculous 5.8 Kg every year. Most studies I've seen measure greenhouse gases in cu ft or cu m. Edited April 18, 2012 by 7DSUSYstrings Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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