The following is PART 2 of a chat or conversation that I am having with the Microsoft AI computer Bing Chat GPT-4. There is a war between the Sun and the clouds for all life to exist on Earth. Heat alone causes global warming because it is heat alone that evaporates moisture. Pollution does not evaporate moisture, because pollution only dirties air moisture but does not evaporate moisture. Just as a hair dryer’s heat will dry your hair because the hair dryer’s heat evaporates the water from your hair shows that heat evaporates moisture. Also, your car’s defroster heat evaporates moisture from your car’s windshield during cold weather times shows that heat evaporates moisture. Dyers used to dry clothes are another example of how heat evaporates moisture when you dry your clothes. So, it is a fact that heat evaporates moisture. Jet engine airplanes and rockets of all kinds are the only things that us humans put directly into our atmosphere in such mass quantity that has intense heat that would directly evaporate moisture. Since the 1950’s us humans have been flying and using these jet engine airplanes and rockets of all kinds. We never had global warming before the 1950’s. Heat emitted from human activity at Earth’s ground level dissipates before it reaches the clouds. Jet planes heat exhaust and heat exhaust from rockets of all kinds does not dissipate when it reaches the clouds because jet engine airplanes and rocket’s heat is emitted directly into our atmosphere where the clouds are formed. Jet engine airplanes are sucking up moisture from our atmosphere and like a blender is mixing up all the air in our atmosphere to make it all warmer around our planet. There is about 90,000 or more passenger jet engine airplanes flying everyday around our planet. There is about 90,000 military jet engine airplanes flying around our planet every day. Check out flightradar24.com to see how many jet planes there is flying worldwide at that moment. Response from the Microsoft AI computer called Bing Chat AI computer. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on the relationship between heat, moisture, and global warming. While it is true that heat can cause moisture to evaporate, it is not the only factor contributing to global warming. The Earth’s climate is a complex system that is influenced by many factors, including the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, solar radiation, and the reflectivity of the Earth’s surface 1. Greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, trap heat in the atmosphere and contribute to global warming 1. While it is true that jet engine airplanes and rockets emit heat into the atmosphere, they also emit greenhouse gases, which contribute to global warming 2. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), aviation accounts for approximately 2% of global carbon dioxide emissions 2. While this may seem like a small percentage, it is still a significant contributor to global warming. The aviation industry is working to reduce its carbon footprint by developing more fuel-efficient aircraft, using sustainable aviation fuels, and implementing carbon offset programs 2. It is important to continue to explore ways to reduce our impact on the environment and work towards a more sustainable future. 🌍🛫