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suntrack2
2006-Mar-09, 12:30 PM
if look from the sky, the earth's photo are slightly chaning, how these changes takes place, so if earth looking shining from the outer space, so are there any evidences that "earth is shining more than the previous".

NEOWatcher
2006-Mar-09, 12:51 PM
if look from the sky, the earth's photo are slightly chaning, how these changes takes place, so if earth looking shining from the outer space, so are there any evidences that "earth is shining more than the previous".
It might help to point us to some examples.

Maybe what you are seeing is the fact that the cameras being launched are getting more advanced, and that makes for a clearer, better contrasted picture which makes it seem brighter.

suntrack2
2006-Mar-10, 11:35 AM
:)

max8166
2006-Mar-10, 04:28 PM
Maybe global warming is heating the oceans so they give off more vapour which in turn makes more cloud which in turn reflects more of the sunlight back into space....

suntrack2
2006-Mar-11, 09:15 AM
you are correct max8166, thanks for the comment here, infact the term "global warming" came into existence in the last 10 years, and within this ten years the situation become more worsen, the real question is not that how the earth is growing its "shining", but the severity of the problems of warming become more hazardous for the health of earth. today the earth is become a planet having more water on to it, and as you are saying the water vapour is also the another reason for "why the earth shining more than the previous"

sunil