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What do you think of this theory of global warming?

What do you think of this theory of global warming?

[From: Earth Sciences & Geology] [author: ] [Date: 06-15] [Hit: ]
What do you think of this theory of global warming?The earth will slightly rotate off its access shifting closer to the sun due to gravitational pull. The heat will create all sorts of natural disasters starting with sun heating the earth to......

What do you think of this theory of global warming?
The earth will slightly rotate off its access shifting closer to the sun due to gravitational pull. The heat will create all sorts of natural disasters starting with sun heating the earth too quickly causing the earth and everything on it to bake. Then, the tectonic plates will heat up too quick due to the heat...
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TQ say: "The earth will slightly rotate off its access ..." What is this Access of Rotation' about which you speak? Another Microsoft-financed conspiracy linked to HAARP?
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aladdinwa say: Earth is about 3 million miles closer to the Sun in July than it is in January.
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Cowboy say: LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This question is a meaningless noise.
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sam say: lets just do one: "heat the ice caps and they will melt causing most of the world to be to be submerged" Look up Archemedes. Basic high school science. Ice caps float, melting has no effect on sea levels. Try it with a glass ful with an ice cube. The ice melts and the glass does not overflow.
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Elaine say: The axis of rotation has nothing to do with the position of the earth's orbit. In fact the earth is closer to the sun in January than it is in June. In order for the earth to change its orbit so that it is much closer to the sun something with sufficient gravitational force would have to pull it in. It can't be the inferior planets or the sun as that would have happened hundreds of millions of years ago.
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JimZ say: The earth can't roll off its axis without a force acting on it. Rock is a good insulator of heat. Figure how much insulation a 1 foot thick stone wall would be. Then multiply that by 5280 feet per mile and then by 50 miles which is the minimum thickness of the crust. The heat wouldn't get a foot in depth let alone any depth that might affect earthquakes, etc.
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Jordan say: All of you are Triggered. Hehe
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regerugged say: Get all of your friends together. When the Sun is at its highest, everyone push on the Earth to move it a bit away from the Sun. You will save the planet.
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oikoσ say: If you are going to post in a forum on science, you should first learn what a theory is. That is not a theory. I wouldn't even dignify it by calling it a hypothesis. MAYBE the premise of a bad sci-fi story.
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choko_canyon say: I think it's essentially nonsense right from the start, which might be the reason you chose to post it anonymously instead of honestly.
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Ben say: It's a great theory I learned when I was taking some geography classes.
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Robin W say: I think you need to brush up on your science. A change in the angle of the axis (not access) would have no effect on the position of the Earth in orbit.
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Tom S say: That is not a theory.
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busterwasmycat say: It is nonsense. I could parse it but it lacks too many conjectures with any realistic understanding of earth system behaviors.
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CarolOklaNola say: You can't spell "axis" correctly That means the entire question is a joke posted just to bait and phish and annoy and provoke people.

Do a Google search on Milankovitch cycles.
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zeno say: It's flawed beyond honest conversation.
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oyubir say: The first line has no meaning. Why would the earth rotate "off its axis"? Why should this lead to go closer to the Sun? Why gravitational pull, that is already there, and always has been, should suddenly have the effect of making the earth closer?

So the rest of the theory is pointless. Speculating on the consequences of a future evidence that is not supported by any evidence, other than another speculation based on misunderstanding about what gravity is...

There is already a global warming theory. It is not based on misconception about laws of physics. It is supported by evidences. You should focus on that one (far less disastrous than the one you described. Far more subtle. But yet brutal enough to end humanity if we don't stop it)
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Glacierwolf say: If the sun could pull the Earth in to it - it would have done so millions of years ago.
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