The World Economic Forum has discovered life on Venus!
Less than one billion years ago, the climate dramatically changed due to a runaway greenhouse effect. It can be speculated that an intensive period of volcanism pumped enough carbon dioxide into the atmosphere to cause this great climate change event that evaporated the oceans and caused the end of the water cycle.
Climate modelers figured this out.
This hypothesis from the climate modellers inspired Sara Khawja, a master’s student in my group (co-supervised with geoscientist Claire Samson), to look for evidence in Venusian rocks for this proposed climatic change event.
Then the article went on to show images of features they say were formed by water.
This is a repeat of one hundred years ago when scientists were sure they had discovered life on Mars.
The photographs show that the dark areas in Mars can only be explained by vegetation
via Real Climate Science
December 19, 2020 at 08:55AM