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How the Sun and Earth's tilt affect changes the Climate

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America Quistiano

on 1 February 2013

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How the Sun and Earth's Tilt affect changes the Climate By: America Quistiano Temperature The Sun radiates heat waves, with its rays, that reach the Earth. The Earth then converts the heat waves into heat. Since Earth is tilted, at any point in time, different places are hotter or colder. Wind The Earth is not perfectly rounded, it has high mountains, and low valleys, and land features in between. Convection creates areas of high pressure and areas of low pressure When air gets to high pressured areas, it goes to low pressure areas, where it prefers to be, causing wind. Rain Conclusion Water obtains and releases heat energy from the Sun. The Oceans carry out warm and cold water around the world. When the water heats up, it rises to the sky until it cools into clouds, then they release rain. Different places on the Earth have different temperatures.
Different points in time have different temperatures.
And now we know, that Climate can change drastically in a small amount of time.
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