TonyC
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Why does NW coast of Scotland look like it does? (Similar to Norway, so different to other European coastlines)
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These are actually a geological feature called "fjord" which the Scandinavian Peninsula and surroundings (including Scotland) are known for. It is the result of glacial erosion during the Ice Ages. ...

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Carbon dioxide on Mars, Venus and Earth
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In addition to what has been said by @Fred, I'd like to add that CO2 doesn't actually generate heat, it is just very good at trapping heat. Mars doesn't get as much heat as Earth, and it also doesn't ...

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How does Earth's heat escape to space?
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Through radiation, which doesn't require matter to transfer heat. Here is a good explanation: How Does Heat Travel?

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