The Hairdryer Gap Paradox Dr Roy Spencer Experiment

 Here I present a paradox associated with IR thermograms; they do not show the temperature of the hot air coming out of a hairdryer - hence the gap. I discuss the background physics of the problem and offer a solution to the problem. Nitrogen and Oxygen are not received by the thermoelectric detectors in the camera.

I have since this clip conducted an experiment running pure CO2 through a hairdryer and it did exactly what I thought and did not heat the dryer. See the images below. The dryer would have shut down if the greenhouse effect were true; that CO2 passed its heat onto N2 and O2. There was no noticeable difference between air and pure CO2. This was a 250,000 per cent in the concentration of CO2. No notable effect.


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