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The black carbon in soot performs its warming by absorbing sunlight, converting it into infrared (heat) radiation, and emitting that heat radiation to the air around it. Soot on the surface of snow and sea ice contribute to both the melting of those surfaces as well as the warming of the air.

Black carbon, noted Dr. Bond, adds 2-3 order of magnitude more energy to the climate system than an equivalent mass of CO2 because black carbon is an extremely good absorber of visible light. While carbon dioxide stays in the atmosphere for decades, it absorbs just a small amount of infrared radiation.

Particles from burning biomass (which differ from biofuel particles) are less oily and contain a much lower black carbon fraction than fossil fuel soot particles, according to Dr. Jacobson. Biomass-burning particles thus tend to cool climate on a global scale (although the biomass-burning gas warming exceeds its global cooling due to permanent deforestation. The panel thus focused on soot particles resulting from the combustion of fossil fuels and biofuels.

Does the amount of soot (black carbon) put out the exhaust of diesel engines vary with technology, or in other words do the new low emmission diesels put out more black carbon than gasolene engines, or is this comparing the old black smoke diesels with fuel injected gasolene engines.

According to this link, PM emissions from diesel engines with particulate filters (DPF) are lower than those from equivalent gasoline engines, something with which even CARB (certainly not a diesel proponent) concurs: link. DPFs are most effective in removing the black carbon fraction of diesel particulate matter.

Yes, it most certainly does. My 2001 Jetta TDI does not spew black smoke. Diesel isn't perfect, but it's gone from bad (in 1980) to pretty good (MY 2008+). Also, the EPA Tier 2 Bin 5 regulations (which took effect around 2007ish) hold light duty diesels to the same standard as gasoline engines.

A properly calibrated maintained diesel does not spew black smoke, and more than a gasoline engine spews blue or white smoke. The old dump-trucks that you see spewing black smoke are not representative of the diesels on the road, though they are very visible. I hate following them in my Jetta TDI (also a diesel vehicle) because I don't want to have to wash my shiny little zippy car. If my car were as bad as one of those, or as bad as a Mercedes 300d from the early 1980s, then I would have to wash my back bumper every few hundred miles. That is not the case in my car.

I drive an old 85 VW turbo diesel with absolutely no sight of a black bumper. I have my fuel enrichment screw backed right off. I have sacrificed and little bit of power but its pretty hard to get any black smoke to come out of this baby. The bad thing about mechanical injected diesel is that their's no computer to change mixture for you but if you stay on the lean side and don't floor it the black smoke is minimal. I installed a high ratio tranny to slow the rpm's down and now I get 63mpg Imp. The TDI get 68 with a lot of extra power and torque. But hey I only paid 500 for this thing with a leaky injection pump that I fix myself. I think if we just kepted driving cars like this instead of building less efficient vehicle we could save on GHG. It would be niece if they would sell an after market catalysis muffler.

"Just because it makes you feel uncomfortable doesn't mean it has to change," Kelly said. "Jesus was a white man, too. It's like we have, he's a historical figure; that's a verifiable fact. As is Santa, I just want kids to know that. How do you revise it in the middle of the legacy, in the story, and change Santa from white to black?"

The immediate and widespread rebuttal showcases how much America has changed over the past few decades. The nation not only has a black president, but also has refused to endorse the Christian savior as white.

Was he Semitic? Maybe it's the same thing, but I thought his mother was a Levite. Or a true daughter of Aaron. Could be wrong here, but Levites would be a separate tribe from Jews, so I don't think he was Jewish. Many forget that there ARE twelve other tribes, including the half tribe. Aren't those of the Levite tribe fair of skin? He wasn't black in the sense we think of in this society, with the classical African features, but he certainly wasn't the dainty, thin nosed, super pale European types often depicted.

Semitic people are Caucasians. Just like Slavs, Afghans, Iranians, and Irish are Caucasians. And that subdivision of a race into ethnicities is hardly unique. Look at Africa. Does a guy from Somalia look very much like a guy from Congo? About as much as the Irish guy looks like the Middle Eastern guy. But they're both 'black' people.

Santa is based on Saint Nicholas from Germany and was what would be called white.Jesus was Jewish and was not black but had middle eastern attributes.Pretty simple. No reason to argue about it. 041b061a72


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