New Theories / Re: Do mechanical vibrations of atoms expend energy?« on: Today at 05:54:13 »
I would say the north arctic is like a chimney for heat to escape into space.
It sounds like you are mistaking "north" for "up". Heat rises, but it rises against gravity, not towards the north pole.
So what's your answer as to where all the heat from burning goes?
It goes into the environment causing it to warm (very, very slightly).
or you think its irrelevant?
Compared to the heating caused by greenhouse gases? Yes.
though it is a fraction of the heat from the sun, how can you rule it out when its directly going into the atmosphere as heat?
I showed why with the math.