Thermodynamics and Energy


Hot Spots vs. Green House Gases - Contribution to Global Warming – New Theory and Index

Authors: Alec Feinberg

In this paper we provide a simple thermodynamic proof that manmade Hot Spot heat generation would also create global warming even if CO2 emissions were at normal levels. We introduce the concept of global warming industrial revolution equilibrium heat index to establish this proof. We define manmade hot spot emission as unnatural heat emission produced by man that would not have occurred prior to the industrial revolution. The CO2 theory of global warming, while central to the issue as a huge part of the problem, has created a diversion to this other likely major contributor, namely hot spots contribution to global warming. It is obvious that there is a major focus on CO2 emissions and absolutely no focus on hot spot reduction in terms of solving the global warming crisis. This paper will hopefully provide motivation for the mitigation of hot spot creation. Knowledge of the root causes of the global warming problem is important to addressing the problem properly.

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[v1] 2019-10-01 07:34:27
[v2] 2019-10-10 18:07:52
[v3] 2019-10-12 06:54:28
[v4] 2019-10-15 08:58:07

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