Are any of the following statements by this GW skeptic 'expert' scientifically valid?

http://www.vho.org/tr/2003/2/Nettesheim131-135.html#ftnref8 "Wien's law of displacement", a wavelength of maximal emission lmax of 15 µm yields a temperature of minus 73°C of the emitter. With this "counter-radiation" it is, however, impossible to heat the earth's surface with its... show more http://www.vho.org/tr/2003/2/Nettesheim1...

"Wien's law of displacement", a wavelength of maximal emission lmax of 15 µm yields a temperature of minus 73°C of the emitter. With this "counter-radiation" it is, however, impossible to heat the earth's surface with its average "global temperature" of plus 15°C.
The red hot IR source in my spectrometer is apparently colder than liquid nitrogen.

"The CO2 molecules in particular, with their absorption bands at 2.8 µm, 4.5 µm, and 15 µm, which are as characteristic and as unchangeable as a human fingerprint,
The populations in rotational quantum states give the temperature line broadening gives pressure. Different (P,T) different spectra.

" have no effect on the daily course of temperature, because they cannot close the "open radiation window" between 7 and 13 µm."
Lorentzian line shape?

"This would be valid even if the earth were surrounded by an atmosphere of pure carbon dioxide".
Venus?
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