[LMB] Chlorophyll

Raymond Collins rcrcoll6 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 27 05:13:43 GMT 2021


I just checked the book out from  library.  Sounds interesting.

On Sun, Dec 26, 2021, 11:01 AM Joel Polowin <jpolowin at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Ruchira Mathur <wetair at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The new book by Modistte has a light green sky, Isolate, I think it's
> > called? A book with empaths and non-empaths.
>
> From reading a few reviews, I'm under the impression that physics
> is fundamentally different in that setting than in the real world:
> electricity and magnetism don't work the same as here.  But one could
> get a green sky in our universe if the sun is a lot cooler than ours,
> such that it doesn't put out much blue or violet light.  But that
> would create a new set of challenges when it comes to having a planet
> inhabitable by humans.  For average temperature, the planet would need
> to be a lot closer to its sun than we are to ours, which would make the
> planet a lot more vulnerable to becoming tidally locked.  One side would
> always be facing the sun, the other always turned away, extremes of
> temperature in both.  Volatiles such as water -- and, eventually, air --
> would tend to end up frozen out on the dark side.
>
> Joel
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