The biggest surprise from the New Scientist news paper: What does the planet look like if we just let nature take its course?


source NewScientist title How the sun heats the earth and makes us hotter, according to new research article NewScientism title How does the sun make us hotter?

The answer is that we don’t know the answer to that question yet, but we know what we do know about the way our atmosphere is heated by the sun.

The sun heats up the Earth by absorbing infrared energy from the sun, which is then reflected back into space.

This radiation is converted into heat.

This heat is converted back into electricity.

And this electricity is used to generate electricity.

The rate at which the energy is converted is known as the Kelvin Scale, which means that the energy converted to heat depends on the temperature of the Earth.

If the temperature is too cold, the energy can’t be converted into electricity at all, because the energy isn’t stored in the molecules of the atmosphere.

But if the temperature rises too much, the molecules don’t have enough energy to make enough heat to make electricity.

This means that a large increase in temperature makes it harder for the Earth to store heat.

And when the Earth gets too hot, the rate at the surface of the planet is not enough to store the extra heat it needs.

This is called runaway greenhouse warming.

If we let the planet’s temperature rise too much because of runaway greenhouse heating, then we will see global warming.

The runaway greenhouse effect occurs when the rate of increase of temperature in the atmosphere is too great.

So, the more warming occurs, the less energy can be stored in Earth’s atmosphere, which can lead to runaway greenhouse and/or global cooling.

So it’s very important to know how the rate is changing and how much the Earth is warming because this will give us a better understanding of the climate system.

In fact, a paper published in Nature Geoscience suggests that the rate we’re seeing is actually just a reflection of the change in the rate over time.

So the rate that we’re getting is actually a reflection from changes in the past and changes in how much heat is stored on Earth, and that’s all we need to know about how the climate is changing.

And it turns out that the rates that we see are very close to those that actually happened.

So that means that if we let nature do the job for us, we should expect the rate to go up in the future.

What this means is that if the rate was really increasing, the Earth would be cooling off faster than it is, which would cause global cooling and runaway greenhouse cooling.

If that were true, the global warming would be a lot worse than it currently is.

So we should be concerned about runaway greenhouse effects, global cooling, and runaway global cooling if we want to avoid catastrophic climate change.

The main way we can predict how much global warming we’ll see in the near future is by measuring the rate change in temperature over time, which has been done by measuring changes in temperature measured by satellites.

This has been a big problem for climate models, because it’s hard to be certain that the model that you’re working with has actually simulated the situation correctly.

This can be difficult, especially because the models don’t always have all the information that they need to be accurate.

For example, the model is based on some of the same measurements that were used to model the surface temperature of Mars.

And the satellite data are also different.

So if we can measure the rate changes in surface temperature over a long period of time, it’s possible that we can get a more accurate model.

In the last few years, the new method that we’ve developed is called the Simulated Surface Temperature (SST) technique, and it uses satellite measurements of surface temperature to simulate the global climate.

This allows us to predict the rate, and also the future rate, of warming in the climate.

If you’ve been following the news over the last couple of weeks, you may have heard about the paper published today in Nature Climate Change that found that the speed of warming increases significantly as temperatures increase.

This suggests that if you have a large amount of greenhouse gas emissions, it will cause more warming than if we did nothing.

This finding is significant because it means that greenhouse gas emission is increasing, but the global temperature doesn’t have a huge impact on how much warming it causes.

This may mean that we need even more aggressive greenhouse gas reductions in order to slow the warming.

That’s why it’s important to understand how we can control greenhouse gas concentrations.

And we know how to do that.

We have been able to limit the warming that humans are causing, and we are now going to be able to do the same for future climate.

The research team behind the study looked at the changes in global temperature over the past few decades, and the results show that the warming over the first half of the 21st century was slower than the warming since the early 1970