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PETER1929@TISCALI.CO.UK
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2006 6:38 pm    Post subject: Energy (not pollution) and global warming. Reply with quote

I'm new here so if I'm in the wrong group please let me know and let me
know the right one.

I have not so much a new theory as a question:

Whenever any energy is used it is of course converted into heat. This
is true whether the source of the energy is "green" or polluting. So
apparently the amount of heat around is continually increasing.

Does anyone know whether any research has been done into the effects of
this? Is this heat making any contribution to global warming?

PeterD
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gb6724
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 12:29 am    Post subject: Re: Energy (not pollution) and global warming. Reply with quote

Quote:
I'm new here so if I'm in the wrong group please let me know and let me
know the right one.

I have not so much a new theory as a question:

Whenever any energy is used it is of course converted into heat. This
is true whether the source of the energy is "green" or polluting. So
apparently the amount of heat around is continually increasing.

Does anyone know whether any research has been done into the effects of
this? Is this heat making any contribution to global warming?

PeterD

This would be the right group if you invent Global Cooling.
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gb6724
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 12:40 am    Post subject: Re: Energy (not pollution) and global warming. Reply with quote

Quote:
I'm new here so if I'm in the wrong group please let me know and let me
know the right one.

I have not so much a new theory as a question:

Whenever any energy is used it is of course converted into heat. This
is true whether the source of the energy is "green" or polluting. So
apparently the amount of heat around is continually increasing.

Does anyone know whether any research has been done into the effects of
this? Is this heat making any contribution to global warming?

PeterD

This would be the right group if you invent Global Cooling.

Never mind, this place is exploited anyway, primarily by Google.
Its unwise to have any relationship with Google you know, Peter.
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Mr Clarke
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:45 pm    Post subject: Re: Energy (not pollution) and global warming. Reply with quote

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Quote:
I'm new here so if I'm in the wrong group please let me know and let me
know the right one.

I have not so much a new theory as a question:

Whenever any energy is used it is of course converted into heat. This
is true whether the source of the energy is "green" or polluting. So
apparently the amount of heat around is continually increasing.

Does anyone know whether any research has been done into the effects of
this? Is this heat making any contribution to global warming?

PeterD

This would be the right group if you invent Global Cooling.

Heat and Energy in this context is being refered to as an immaterial

substance which mathematicians can manipulate.
Why not say that the universe isn`t getting hotter but is creating matter
with it?
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