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That is a 3rd grade level oversimplification of the phenomenon. According to that graph, there should be an "atmospheric mirror" at a very specific altitude that bounces back "heat".
That's not what's happening. The infrared radiation is scattered and deflected IN ALL DIRECTIONS by CO2 molecules. If there were less CO2 molecules, less heat would be deflected back to the surface, and more heat would escape the gravity well.
Again, I'm over-simplifying, but please, for the love of $DEITY, do not take these graphs as a realistic depiction of what's going on. It's for illustration purposes only.
I especially love these parts
This paper has purposely been kept more qualitative than quantitative to avoid
elaborate formula and explanations – and to make it easy for all to digest. The more
theoretically competent readers should have few problems if they wish to perform
quantitative calculations for themselves, following the guidelines presented here.
The author thanks Inventex Aqua ab, Ekero, Sweden for the financial support without which this paper would not have been produced and two brave anonymous peer reviewers making the publication a fact.
Seriously? That's what you call a peer-reviewed paper?
Oh shut up and learn to read. My post, and the replies, were regarding the notion that Apple always releases perfect products.
If you really need to always find something to argue, go ahead but don't expect anyone to take you seriously.