Re: The Science of Why We Don't Believe Science

<jimp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
In sci.physics Sam Wormley <swormley1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Yep, the glass walls of a greenhouse allow the IR in, warming the insides,
and block the inside warm air from mixing with the outside cold air.

Jim Pennino

The glass walls of a greenhouse allow sunlight in. The sunlight is absorbed
by the interior surfaces. The surfaces emit longwave IR, which is blocked by
ordinary glass. Other materials are available.

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In 1909 Pysicist Robert Wood tested how IR operates in relation to

Earth is not a greenhouse