Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.
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For questions about planet Earth as we know it. Changed Earths (extra moon, closer solar orbit, etc) should use the [earth-like] tag.

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The earth is migrating, somehow (it doesn't matter how, but it's not directly destructive) into a higher orbit over the course of a century. Details: The earth-sun distance will increase by …
asked Jan 11 '15 by frodoskywalker
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temperatures by roughly 15C), we need to increase the earth-sun distance by 10% (incident solar power drops with the square of distance). That means moving the earth 15 million kilometres further from the sun … energy you need to remove every part of the earth from every other part and bring them so far from each other that they won't reform. If you apply this energy in an -even slightly - unstructured way (say …
answered Jan 11 '15 by frodoskywalker