So the planets and the Sun would heat up from either anJJ78 wrote:Hello everyone!
I was just wondering about the following: when I was reading in Dwardu Cardona's book "Primordial Star" about how Coal Seams would come about, I started thinking that perhaps the earth heated up the flora without the actual surface materials (like stones, rocks, ...) would melt. Because of the imense heat the flora would carbonize. This heat could come from the inside... well... since the earth is hot inside. It could increase in temperature for the same reasons as the sun's intensity could flare up.
Perhaps something similar is happening now with the Global Warming. Of course the heat is (luckily) not increasing as much as it would if flora were to carbonize, but still the global warming effect could come from the inside. This would mean that it is not the sun that is responsible for the global warming (due to the Milankovic cycles), but it is an out side effect on the solar system that makes the planets and the sun become hotter from the inside...
Does this somehow make sense?
electric current passing through the galaxy, or else by
some resonance effect. Thus the current passes through
the Arctic and into the Earth's depths where it heats
the middle of the Earth. Or else there are vibrations
passing through the universe which can resonate with
the core of the Earth and thus pass energy to the middle
of the Earth and so heat it up.
Let me give you my view of what is heating the Earth:
The Arctic oscillates between
two stable states. One where there is
little summer ice extent, which we have
known in the 20th century. The other is
a state of no summer ice at all ! And
this would explain the medieval warm period
in Europe, however the average Earth
temperature would not have risen much.
Although a warmer period would produce
more soot from forest fires, and according
to the ice core's such was the case in
the medieval warm period, I feel
that the dominant Arctic effect is caused
by the Arctic warming when ice extent
decreases plus the old ice melts. More
radiation is absorbed each year which is
what is warming the Arctic. The next
stable state of the Arctic would then
likely be when there is no summer ice
extent. Ice will always form in winter
to about the same extent because there is
no variation in incoming radiation.
If this theory is correct then this means
that the Arctic has a lot of warming to do.
Regardless of soot too !