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> I challenge the downmodders to produce a single data point about an eyeball planet in a habitable zone and demonstrate a model that correctly represents it.

At the risk of misunderstanding “eyeball planet”, you’re living on the most obvious example.

Elsewhere in Sol, Mars is in the “optimistic” habitable zone (I think that means “it would be if only it had been massive enough to retain an atmosphere”).

Earth climate models you already believe in so I won’t bother to name.

Can anyone else tell me the accuracy of The Ames Mars General Circulation Mode?




I hadn't heard it either, but the term does have a specific meaning: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eyeball_planet


> At the risk of misunderstanding “eyeball planet”, you’re living on the most obvious example.

You should read the articles on this website please.




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