Stephen Hawking and Carl Sagan on the Greenhouse Effect

December 30, 2019

11 Responses to “Stephen Hawking and Carl Sagan on the Greenhouse Effect”

  1. neilrieck Says:

    While Mercury is much closer to the Sun than Venus, Venus is much hotter. Why? CO2 and “the Greenhouse effect”.

    http://neilrieck.net/docs/climate_science.html#climate4

    While an atmosphere with a tiny amount of CO2 prevents the Earth from going through roller-coaster temperature changes like we see on our moon (obviously both are the same distance from the Sun), too much CO2 would make Earth more “Venus like”

  2. Sir Charles Says:

    Webinar: Climate Findings from a 40-Year Satellite Record of Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice


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