Lets assume a sea level temperature increase 2c/3c. Then, what is the temperature increase at 10 km altitude? Temperature increase at 30 km altitude? Temperature increase at 70 km altitude? And Temperature increase at 500 m below sea level? etc. etc. Please give full description of global temp increase with special regard to C02 as night time insulator and water as night time heat source. Structure of CO2 molecule. How does it do it?
- Is it true that increases in CO2 slow down the atmosphere's cooling rate per kilometre of altitude by trapping progressively larger amounts of infra-red energy within the body of the atmosphere?
- Is it true that the temperature increase resulting from CO2 emissions ultimately occurs at the top of the atmosphere, which is close to space and heat loss?