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Maddus Mattus Maddus Mattus Maddus on C9, Is often ​controversi​al, But fun ​none-the-​less -​evildictait​or
  • crazy anti-cop culture.

    @JohnAskew: Btw, happy 100th birthday on the war on drugs!

  • crazy anti-cop culture.

    @JohnAskew: Isn't that exactly the point of the article?

  • crazy anti-cop culture.

    @JohnAskew: It all boils down to this; who is the customer off the police?

    Who pays their wage?

    You? Guess again,..

    edit; http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/01/overcriminalization-of-america-113991.html#ixzz3OAP144CM

  • Anonymous declares cyber-war on terrorists

    @GoddersUK: Free speech is meaningless without the means to defend yourself.

  • crazy anti-cop culture.


    It's the system, stupid!

  • Half-light, Half-matter created in the lab

    They have shown convincingly that by coupling a rather standard dielectric cavity to exciton-polaritons in a monolayer of molybdenum disulphide, they could actually reach this strong coupling regime with a very large binding strength

    I always thought this was possible :)

  • Community 9 apps?

    It was a long story,..

    Back into lurker mode,..

  • Crown Capital Earth Management Fraud Warriors: Earth Hour

    @cbae: care to elaborate?

  • Crown Capital Earth Management Fraud Warriors: Earth Hour

    @cbae: not correct, only the wavelength is different, the energy has the same transport mechanism, radiation.

    For the radiation from the co2 in the atmosphere to be absorbed by the earth, it has to have a shorter wavelength then the radiation leaving the earth. It has to increase entropy. Because the co2 is a lower temperature then the surface, it emits radiation longer then the earth. Therefore the theory that radiation from co2 heats the planet, is nonsense.

    The atmosphere has three functions;

    1.  distribute heat around the planet
    2. create a lag on warming and cooling
    3. Raise the surface temperature by atmospheric pressure

    These three effects create a habitable planet and not co2 sending energy back to the planet.

    Ask any NASA engineer what the biggest problem in space is, cooling or warming. You will be surprised by the answer and you would be surprised by how resilient and efficient our climate system is.

    Yes, it is really that simple. Don't let these climate cahoots tell you otherwise. You are not messing up the planet by emitting co2. You do not have to pay Al Gore for his co2 certificates to enter heaven. It will still be waiting for you. If you want to conserve energy, fine, I'm all for that. I'm all for a cleaner environment. But co2 is not a pollutant, so we are diverting resources to a non issue that could be put to better use.

  • Crown Capital Earth Management Fraud Warriors: Earth Hour

    @Sven Groot:

    Mass slows things down, not emitting radiation. It puts a lag on warming and cooling, net effect on the average temperature (with a constant mass) is zero.

    The greenhouse effect posted by evil and described by the ipcc is not about slowing down the transfer of heat, but about heat being derived from energy sent back down by emitted radiation by co2 in the atmosphere. I've stated many times that that theory violates the laws. I've asked you multiple times to post your version of the greenhouse effect,.

    The notion that heat takes longer to leave is folly. If it takes longer to leave, then it also must take longer to arrive. Net result, zero. But that is not what the theory describes. As with any heat transfer system, if the input is increased the output will increase also over time.

    The Stefan-Boltzmann equation is a mathematical calculation model, not a description of what is taking place in real life. Any physicist will tell you that you cannot use it when and where you want and derive conclusions from it. Same reason the ether model is still a helpful tool. Therefore reducing real life objects to black bodies is helpful for calculations, but it can only be used for an outcome not for a behavior.

    The environment the object is in is indeed a key factor, but not the emitted radiation should be considered, but the energy levels of the objects. A high energy object will emit short wave radiation and a colder object will emit longer wave radiation. A high energy object will not absorb the long wave radiation, as it is emitting much shorter wave by itself. In order to calculate how much radiation is absorbed one has to deduct the field the object is in, from it's own radiation. But again, this is not proof that it will get absorbed. It will just emit less.

    I'll try and dig up more information about absorption and emission of radiation.