BeesKnee5 wrote:Rhein et al. Is the fifth IPCC report.
You may want to read what it has to say about stalling sea temperature rise and global warming
For instruction in scientific fraud, you mean?
"Reconstructed." I.e., fabricated.
Glad to see you come on board with the majority of today's scientists.
Like the 11K "scientists" who signed the letter warning of climate crisis, who were actually just anyone who clicked a LIKE button on a website, and almost none of whom were actually scientists?
I'm not making these claims, I am quoting research that has provided proof to support their claim. Something you are failing spectacularly at.
That is false. I have provided evidence for my statements.
The increased humidity affects the amount of evaporation at the plants leaf surface. Too much humidity and the ability of a plant to use osmosis to draw nutrients through their roots is reduced.
<yawn>I guess that must be why greenhouse operators keep the temperature and humidity high....
Extra heat increases the amount of moisture evaporating and so accelerates the drying of the ground .
i guess that must be why agriculture is so much more productive in cooler climates than in hot ones....
Oh, no, wait a minute, that's right: agriculture is FAR more productive in warmer than in cooler climates, proving you flat wrong.
The two combined narrow the band in which plants aren't stressed by these two factors. That you chose to offer a layman's view without even understanding what VPD is shows everyone how quick you are to spout without grasping what the paper is describing.
The money that greenhouse operators spend to keep their greenhouses warm and humid refutes an arbitrarily large number of putatively "scientific" papers purporting to show that warmer or wetter climate is undesirable.