Global Warming Gas Balance in Response to Increasing Concentrations: Discovery of an Unknown Independent Emission Saturation Mechanism for Infrared Radiation

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Tremendous work and results of prognostic models were yielded in the field of global warming in the past three decades. In laser experiments with a XeCl-excimer laser, we photographed the ablation process and gas evaporation in form of a gas-bubble using ultrafast imaging. Analysing the results, we were able to detect an intrinsic independent emission saturation mechanism of global warming gases, which is most probably relevant for the stagnation of mean temperature in the atmosphere observed nowadays (r = 0.99). While the saturation of global warming gases depends on the revealed special relation between the logarithm of the total charge of the nucleus-electron system and the logarithm of the wavelength of absorbed rays, which is an important new finding, an increase in concentration of global warming gases upon a specific emission saturation level can create an imbalance leading to a stagnation of atmospheric temperature increase (emission saturation concentration of CO2 = 364.203119986 ppm). The formula which we calculated is able to accurately predict atmospheric warming and global climate changes.

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Blau, M. (2014) Global Warming Gas Balance in Response to Increasing Concentrations: Discovery of an Unknown Independent Emission Saturation Mechanism for Infrared Radiation. American Journal of Climate Change, 3, 153-160. doi: 10.4236/ajcc.2014.32014.


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