Can global warming be explained by increased pressure?

I’ve been trying to find records of long term atmospheric pressure change. So, far I’m found a very unstatistically significant increase in

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One Response to Can global warming be explained by increased pressure?

  1. Will Janoschka says:

    I would guess you are referring to atmospheric surface pressure and temperature! They are related as is atmospheric surface density. Whatever can you mean by the word “warming”?
    Does “warming” have some physical/scientific meaning? What is it? “Warming” seems only to be some political term. What does it mean? The total mass of the atmosphere is proportional to surface pressure, density, and a function of gravitational potential, thus temperature also. So far no one knows what the constant of proportionality between total atmospheric mass and the constant surface pressure +/- 0.3% of 101.325 kPa. A constant of one is not it!!!
    All the best! -will-

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