No, it doesn't mean that at all. Why do you think it does?<quoted text>
I'm pleased that you have at least admitted that you know of no measurements where a Cold atmosphere can Heat-up a Warmer Earth.
Of Course that means that the Fantasy "Greenhouse Effect" as described by the IPCC AR4 Report must be NOT BE SUPPORTED BY ANY MEASUREMENTS, right?
There are plenty of measurements showing the "GHE" here on Earth as well as other planets. All you have to do is look and read.
Try this one. You won't like the source, but then, I don't like many of yours. This should get you started.
How do the clouds manage to do that?No the Earth DOES NOT "COOL" at the same rate no mater what the cloud cover.
Clouds can keep some warm air that is less than the temperature of the clouds from rising above the clouds.
What happens when there are no clouds? What happens to the warm air then? Do you think it just escapes into space? Is there any experiment that you can point to to corroborate this information.
Yes, yes. That's why it's called cooling.However, no change in the rate of COOLING can produce HEATING.
HEATING of the Earth requires additional ENERGY to be absorbed by the Earth and no Colder CLOUD can HEAT-UP a Warmer Earth as you now have admitted.