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Old Today, 12:06 AM
 
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And yet global warming is supposed to make it more humid, which they then claim will make it hotter.
It'll keep the tropics hotter long term, because more water vapor in the air makes it harder to cool down.
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Old Today, 02:18 AM
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It'll keep the tropics hotter long term, because more water vapor in the air makes it harder to cool down.
It was just claimed that humidity and clouds make it cooler. Which is why the tropics aren't the hottest areas, Now it's claimed more water in the atmosphere is also going to make it warmer.
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