Venus, Greenhouse Effect and Our Globe

Yes, Venus, the neighbor of our Earth, is not a livable place at all. However, Venus does not have astonishing aspects in its own way. Most of the heroes in Greek and Scandinavian mythology have made a lot of effort to visit hell after all. Compared to hell, we have a lot to learn about our planet, which can be counted as paradise when compared.
There is a obelisk named "The Needle of Cleopatra" brought from Egypt in New York. Almost all of the writings on this obelisk have been deleted even though it has been only 100 years since it was brought to Central Park. The reason for this is smoky fog and environmental pollution caused by industrial facilities. This is like chemical erosion in the atmosphere of the planet Venus. Erosion on the earth will erase information, but this process is very slow and is not noticed by relatively short-lived beings like us. The large mountain ranges exist for millions of years; Small craters formed as a result of impact may protect themselves for a hundred thousand years. Large structures created by man survive for only a few thousand years. Apart from such slow and uniform erosion, small or large disasters destroy structures. There is evidence of disaster destruction on Earth, on Earth, and on other planets in the Solar system. Slower and uniform destructive processes are events such as rain, streams, streams and floods on earth.

One of the factors that can change the shape and climate of the earth are intelligent creatures. As in Venus, our earth has a greenhouse condition due to carbon dioxide and water vapor. If these greenhouse conditions did not apply, the total heat of the earth would fall below the freezing temperature of the water. This is what keeps the oceans in liquid form and makes life possible. Contrary to common knowledge, the mild greenhouse effect is beneficial.

Like Venus, there are 90 atmospheric carbon dioxide in our earth; with the difference that it is in the earth's crust in the form of limestone and other carbonates, it is absent in the atmosphere. If our earth is shifted a little, and very little next to the Sun, the temperature will rise slightly. Such a thing would exclude some of the carbon dioxide from the rocks on the surface, and this would aggravate the greenhouse conditions. In this case, the temperature on the surface would rise. As a result of further heating of the surface, carbonates evaporate to carbon dioxide and proper temperature control in the greenhouse is lost. Due to the proximity of Venus to the Sun, it is believed that he encountered such a phenomenon in the early stages of this planet's history.
The main energy sources of today's industrial civilization are the fuel we call fossil. We burn wood and oil, natural gas and coal. As we burn them, we release harmful gases into the air, mostly carbon dioxide. As a result, the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of the earth is increasing tremendously. The possibility of the increase in temperature in the greenhouse out of control should remind us that we should be very careful. Even one or two degrees of temperature increase in the entire heat of our earth can cause disaster. When burning coal, oil or diesel, we also release sulfuric acid into the atmosphere.

As in Venus, today we come across dense fog formed by tiny acid droplets in the atmosphere of our planet. Our big cities are environmentally polluted with harmful molecules. Humans burn the wood they cut from the forests for hundreds of thousands of years and tolerate the destruction of the grassland that pets use as feed. The destruction of forests for the sake of industry has become widespread nowadays with cut-and-yak agriculture. Forests are darker than grasslands. The pastures are darker than the desert. Thus, the amount of sunlight absorbed by the ground has decreased. We reduce the temperature of our planet's surface due to changes in the use of the soil. Could this cooling increase the size of the polar skull cap and reflect the sunlight coming to the earth more because of its white color, causing the planet to cool down more? Does this lead to the phenomenon of "Leak Albedo"?

Our cute planet earth is our only home we can know for now. Venus is a very hot place Mars is a very cold place. Mankind has evolved on Earth. A few million years ago, when the first humans appeared as a result of the evolution on earth, our earth was already middle-aged. It had been 4.6 billion years since the disasters and roar of his youth. Our mind and technology have given us the power to influence our climate. In which direction will we use this power? Will we submit to ignorance and 'nemalasism' in problems that affect the whole human family? Our earth is tiny and “Attention! Fragile!" is something of its kind. Please take care.

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