By Henryk Szubinski.
infrared is a broad band spectrum
so is the brown giant
as well as the broad bands of H2O
theese have 1 thing in common:
They can define the existance of a lift interaction where a infrared spectrum can LIFT like a brown giant where the H2O is the fluid inductions of BROAD bands in theese 3 levels such as.
1)—————————– broad 1
3)—————————–by the broad 3
basics of 3 level horizons of a vechicle flying car
2)———-(short)——————-fuel weight with or without the combined weight specifics as the differences of weight values
3)—————————-the remaining weight as part of the vechicle weight specifics in which the vechicle flying car and the remaning values of weight in all the possibles of remaining weight values as the full weight of the vechicle by law
and the inclusions of law 3 = the basis of the whole form volume of the basics by alteration in adpatations of the basic volume and the surfaces that keep the volume basis in a relation to the data on fluid expansions and contractions
Data on how this val its basics of motivcated referece values remaining by the basics of INDENTATIONS into the types of super tri relations of the vechicle being a CONVEX form or a CONCAVE form
The basics of uncertainty and the basics of a rotational moement in a type 1,2,3 H2O roatation similar to the left hand thumb rule
The basics of the exponentials are based on the levels of the data generated in the basics ofthe full interactions by the 2 ndary level as the interactive component of the data being = values of variance on the date specific levels of the whole vechciel totals which will stabilise on all 3 into universal values = G.
.values of data on the full values of their responsive levels in which exchanges on fluid volume are made by the data on the basis of the reductions by the levels of their referenced SHORT value = 2
is the basis of the data on transmission systems in flying cars and the basics of the levels in which the data = the general basis of the convexity of the system so that the levels and their type values 1,2,3 are a generalisatipon on differences on the vector up and down into the fuid systems of H2O technology
So that the full levels and their implied generations of the data to defefine the full usage of the basics in whcih the Force of the value height = volume
Thois will imply the positionality of the external and internal values on the basis of FORM = to the data references of the type BROWN spectrum values and their heat interactions but with one advantage
Inplace of this volumetrical definitions
the whole flying car system will do this on a height value relativity of the 3 levels = 1,2,3 and their exchanged fluid volumes.
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Notice that CO2 has a relatively small absorbance in two regions of the spectra (4.2 um and ~14 – 16 um). Whereas, water absorbs across a broad portion of the IR spectrum with a particularly large spike at about 3.1 um.
Wouldn’t this dictate that most IR would be absorbed by H2O, except that at 4.2 um? Especially given the fact that the atmosphere has far more H2O than CO2.
Based on this simple data, it looks like CO2 should not be much of a concern given its relative scarcity and its relatively weak absorption profile in comparison to H2O.
What is the IR emission profile of the earth? Is it evenly distributed through all wavelengths, or are there regions of greater emission that coincide with CO2 absorption lines?
Spectral and atmospheric properties of brown dwarfs
The majority of flux emitted by L and T dwarfs is in the 1 to 2.5 micrometre near-infrared range. Low and decreasing temperatures through the late M, L, and T dwarf sequence result in a rich near-infrared spectrum containing a wide variety of features, from relatively narrow lines of neutral atomic species to broad molecular bands, all of which have different dependencies on temperature, gravity, and metallicity. Furthermore, these low temperature conditions favor condensation out of the gas state and the formation of grains.
Typical atmospheres of known brown dwarfs range in temperature from 2200 down to 750 K. Compared to stars, which warm themselves with steady internal fusion, brown dwarfs cool quickly over time; more massive dwarfs cool slower than less massive ones.