Moodey: CO2 doesn’t rise up, trap and retain heat

“The affect of carbon dioxide on the temperature of our atmosphere is fleeting and inconsequential.”

James Moodey writes in the Orange County Register:

…Does carbon dioxide trap and retain heat? No, although it cools more slowly than some other gases, it absorbs some amount of heat and quickly cools the same amount when the heat source is removed. Does it rise up in the atmosphere? No, it does the opposite…

Read Moodey’s entire commentary.

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