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This is why AGW doesn't work. Relative humidity in atmosphere has been dropping since the 1940's.

as a reference

700 mb=10,000 ft

600 mb=13,000 ft

500 mb=18,000 ft

600 mb=23,000 ft

700 mb=30,000 ft

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