Greenhouse Effect | #aumsum


Greenhouse Effect. What happened? Why are you shivering? No sun rays. Before. I will go and check what happened. What happened? Now. Before. Sun. Earth. Greenhouse gases. Sun rays. The sun’s rays warm the earth. A part of the sun’s rays is absorbed by the earth. A part of the sun’s rays is reflected back in space. Greenhouse gases. A part of reflected rays is trapped by greenhouse gases. The trapped radiations of the sun warm the earth. Carbon dioxide. Methane. Nitrous oxide. Greenhouse gases. Why are they called greenhouse gases? Don’t worry. I will explain to you. Have you ever seen a greenhouse in a nursery? No. Ok. I will show you. Nursery. In a greenhouse, the sun’s heat can come in. but cannot go out. The trapped heat warms the greenhouse. It is very hot inside here. This trapped heat helps in controlled growth of plants. In a greenhouse, the sun’s heat can come in but cannot go out. The trapped heat warms the greenhouse. Similarly, as these gases trap the sun’s heat, they are called greenhouses gases. If there were no greenhouse gases to trap the sun’s radiation the earth would be a very cold place where we would not survive. Where are the greenhouse gases? Greenhouse gases party. What are you doing here? The earth needs you. Thank you. This trapping of heat to keep the earth warm is called greenhouse effect. Thank you. The End.

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  2. It means greenhouse gases are necessary but more gases would cause more worm to earth
    Wow great
    So we should produce gas in limit to control heat in earth

  3. What is meant by the party of green house gases anyway the video was intresting helpful and greatπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

  4. I think this is a great video, it explains that the greenhouse effects, without them, earth would COMPLETELY freeze

  5. Awesome video very helpful but I cant understand why he is ah everytime and the gases were having party 🀣

  6. Umm.. I think this help All ages of a person..
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  7. please read full & share ::::: its ok . Good video . but now day by day earth is being warmed due to burnings of ( "waste materials/ papers/crackers/gas stoves/dead & dry leaves/barbicues etc, " ) HEY i cant make such videos to motivate people but U can. please aware them to stop using {green house} EARTH is already soooo warm . please make a video to motivate them to stop burning anything. LETS USE INDUCTIONS INSTEAD OF GAS STOVE.as we are going in wrong direction….

  8. Amazing
    My exams are going on and this topic is coming. It will really help me 🎩
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  9. Citrus growers have understood the reality of greenhouse effect better than anyone else for a long time. When freezing conditions threaten their trees, they all pray for skies overcast with heavy clouds. Why? Because water vapor is a greenhouse gas many more times potent than carbon dioxide. This didn’t stop them from breaking out the smudge pots and burning diesel to enhance the β€˜infrared blanketing effect’ over their orchards.

  10. greenhouses prevent convection. heat travels away from gravity. heat can't escape a sealed chamber because the air can't escape. the heated stuff in the greenhouse determine thermal mass. less thermal mass is less total heat generally. in a vacuum there is nothing to heat up. in a thick atmosphere, it is thickest and has most thermal mass in low altitudes, there is most heat in lower elevations because of pressure as well as more thermal mass, more density. density also raises convection and conductivity. these are all very dynamic in earth's atmosphere. a greenhouse as in ones found in gardens are over simplified examples of how the atmosphere works. GHG's block 25% of light, where-as non GHG's let all the light in. So, GHG's have a net cooling effect on average, even tho they slow down the escape of radiation. If you put a greenhouse within a greenhouse, you may get more heat, but repeat the nesting convention and you get diminishing returns, not a feedback loop, because while glass blocks convection, it also blocks light.

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  12. The sun irradiance is increasing I'm told. There are countless undersea volcanoes and their activity is not actually constant as once assumed. CO2 change since 1960 is only 9/1,000ths by volume. I'm saying the topic is complex. This video has something like a million views per year, we can't be drawing conclusions on something this basic or even what TV tells us, there's a need for more people to dig into actual data like at LISIRD, satellite data measuring the sun.

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  14. you r saying that greenhouse gases blocks the reflected sun rays. But why they do not bock the sun rays when they comes from the sun at the first time. How the sun rays enter our atmosphere inthe presense of these and through these gases.

  15. Greenhouse gases do not trap heat they absorb radiation and then re-emit it almost instantaneously. A greenhouse gets warm because it is cut off from the atmosphere which cools the outside through conduction and convection. Do greenhouse gases make it a lot hotter at the equator? Would the Earth be frozen at the Equator if there were no greenhouse gases?

  16. global warming should be mentioned more. natural greenhouse gases are important, however, greenhouse emissions are causing disaster.

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