|MadSci Network: Physics|
if the earth was encased in a massive cube that prevented the transmission of heat , would the gradual increase in entropy in this enclosed earth gradually cause an amount of heat so great that the earth would not be able to support life? (this is assuming we live as normal and all our resources are provided and that we still receive viable light from the sun)
Re: entropy in a closed area?
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