2 thoughts on “Stop The Personal Attacks And Answer The Climate Questions”

  1. Wiki:
    Runaway climate change or runaway global warming is hypothesized to follow a tipping point in the climate system, after accumulated climate change initiates a reinforcing positive feedback. This rapid acceleration in climate change may lead to potentially irreversible damage to the climate system, making timely mitigation efforts unfeasible. This is thought to cause the climate to rapidly change until it reaches a new stable condition. These phrases may be used with reference to concerns about rapid global warming. Some astronomers use the expression runaway greenhouse effect to describe a situation where the climate deviates catastrophically and permanently from the original state—as happened on Venus.
    Although these terms are rarely used in the peer-reviewed climatological literature, that literature does use the similar phrase “runaway greenhouse effect”, which refers specifically to climate changes that cause a planetary body’s water to boil off.

    Question, within a million year, will Earth’s water boil off?

    Answer is no.
    Is any evidence that Venus ever had ocean, which then boiled off?

    How big was the ocean and when did Venus have such ocean.
    Venus has about 14 trillion tonnes of water in it’s atmosphere or more water than in Earth’s atmosphere. Though because Venus atmosphere is a lot larger than Earth, Venus has very dry air [about 20 ppm].
    If Venus had 100 times more water, it still would not have a ocean.
    But Earth had thousand times more water than the amount water in it’s atmosphere- Earth wouldn’t have ocean.

    1. I’m not sure about oceans, but Venus was considered lush until quite recently (by geological panic standards).

      “A very great part of the surface of Venus is no doubt covered with swamps” – Svante Arrhenius, 1918, the discoverer of global warming.

      No doubt.

      It stayed a humid, swampy planet into the early 1960’s, then kaboom, a runaway greenhouse effect wiped out the lush carboniferous forests full of dinosaurs and giant man-eating plants when a Soviet Venera probe entered the atmosphere and destabilized the delicate climate.

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