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What Venus can teach us about global warming

Millions of years ago, there might have been life on Venus. How did it turn into an uninhabitable, hellish place? 'Astrophysicist Barbie' explains what we could learn from our sister planet…

06/03/2021 4:25 PMupdated: 06/03/2021 6:00 PM

18 comments

  • Avwerosuoghene O.
    5 days

    This is interesting , I just have a kinda imagination question just now after watching this. Us it possible to shift the planet venues from the position it currently is? I imagine it would maybe be great if that can be done at least to try make it inhabitable for existence

  • Junaid S.
    5 days

    Samajh toh kuch nahi aya lekin maza aya

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    5 days

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  • Rupesh Y.
    5 days

    Yeh scientists log kuch bhi believe kar lete hai...haaad hoti hai kuch vi

  • Wajid M.
    5 days

    reason for Venus to be hottest, bcoz it spins slow 😬 i knew this in school

  • Rohan K.
    5 days

    ᵗʰⁱˢ ⁱˢ ˢᵒ ᵇᵉᵃᵘᵗⁱᶠᵘˡ ᵍⁱʳˡ

  • Ismael H.
    5 days

    To understand why you must ask why earth is different then Venus, not the otherwise around. Earth and Venus were similar early on, but earth collected more and different astrods and mini planets. It also had microbial life probably Venus has too, but the difference 8s in that life. So either Venus didn't and doesn't have, or it's in a constant state of overpopulation. An extinction event in early earth removed much of the early life and made new types to emerge and these began to change earth and eventually stabilize the earth we know today. So earth evolved to a fairly stable environment, while Venus got stuck with a less sustainable environment which poisoned itself. I think Venus must have or have had microbial life which contributed to the building of excessive toxic atmosphere and which in turn began super heating the planet. Probably on significant factor was it being closer to the sun. Perhaps stability of Venus atmosphere could only evolve to suit increasing heat and radiation.

  • Chetan A.
    5 days

    I'm sorry but her name is Astrophysicist Barbie?

  • Naheda A.
    6 days

    Brut, what do you mean by Astrophysicist Barbie???😡😡

  • Funny P.
    6 days

    She is hot as venus

  • Koms K.
    6 days

    How about milllions of years back we humans were living in Venus destroyed it and shifted to Earth.. And now we want to go back to Venus as we humans have now destroyed Earth...

  • Mahadev B.
    6 days

    Stop assumptions and show experiments!

  • Aiman M.
    6 days

    I have a question.. if due to heat, water turned into vapor, then how did the ocean last before that there?🤔

  • Manpreet S.
    6 days

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1795499290622836/

  • Sami W.
    6 days

    They way we going, Millions of years from now there would have been life on earth too....

  • Zen K.
    6 days

    I can feel the same bcoz I work in gcc 😅 it's really feels like venus here .....

  • Zubaer Z.
    6 days

    "may have ' might have ' could have would have " should have" is the most disturbing thing.In science what is a "fact " today can be a trash tomorrow .!

  • Taushif A.
    6 days

    Thus the conclusion is to save earth do more and more plantation🙏🙏