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This tag is for questions which are about temperature, heat and their effects on the environment, the heat of astronomical objects, living beings, things, and space and what it might be like.

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Heat escapes to the outside at the "poles". This gives an effect of being cold near the poles, while hot near equatorial places.
answered Nov 8 '16 by One Normal Night
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, and y is the length of a year in seconds. Given all of this, how would I make it so that the inside of the sphere experiences similar temperature distribution as the real Earth? Such that, reverse-Florida is hot, and Antarctica is cool. …
asked Nov 3 '16 by One Normal Night