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Response to oflguy (Reply #7)

Mon Nov 5, 2018, 09:35 AM

8. I didn't fucking make anything up.

Read the paper and debunk it.
Instead of throwing out bullshit about temperature that has nothing to do with the research in rhe paper.

What happens when a thermodynamic system can't reject as much thermal energy as it receives?
What happens to water when it is heated beyond 4 degrees Celcius?
How much energy is needed to expand 1 kg of water to allow for dissolved co2 and o2 molecules to escape?
Hmm?
Google it.

Then get to debunking that paper.

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