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The Greenhouse Effect Turned Venus into Hell. Is Earth Next?

Venus wasn’t always the hell it is now!

The planet Venus. NASA, 1991.

Picture this world! an extremely dry surface with temperatures around 900 F/ 480 ⁰C. Thick cloud cover that eliminates all sunlight and you never see the sky. The clouds have a yellowish tinge. The air feels suffocating and crushing — like being half a mile underwater. It does rain sometimes, but…




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Salman Hasan

Salman Hasan

Trained scientist; Business consultant; Armchair philosopher; I write on various topics including science, climate change, startups, and business.

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