# Cain Wilson

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1. ## Effects of a (liquid) water canopy

All of the above. I’m curious as to why it’s so far fetched. But I’m really just looking for the numbers for a visualization. (BTW I am not a YEC) So, perhaps I just need to clarify. In my assumption the water coheres to itself, as water does, and the gases of the atmosphere act as the air in a soap, or water bubble. Not anything that I would put outside of the realm of hypothetical (as this question is, like “What would happen if Earth stopped spinning?”) since we’re still learning about how water reacts with its environment. ( https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/07/200716144719.htm ) I am not trying to say how such a thing could come to be. (though if asked: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sciencenews.org/article/night-cloud-noctilucent-nasa-super-soaker/amp ) I am just curious, If the atmosphere, as it is, were to be compressed by 2 additional bars of pressure, where would the line between the original gases and the additional pressure source fall? And, because of the smaller area, how much less solar radiation would be trapped by those original gases, in comparison to what they trap now. I am willing to do the calculations myself, if someone can direct me to a process of Performing such.
2. ## Effects of a (liquid) water canopy

So, I’m assuming a mechanism that would hold (yes liquid, not vapor) water like a bubble around the earth. The questions are about the compression extent, and effects. This question could be considered as if it were a glass bubble. If the atmosphere was compressed by such a pressure, where would the glass be in relation to sea level? Etc.
3. ## Effects of a (liquid) water canopy

Hello, I’m fairly new here. Like... Just signed up today. I have been reading up on different problems with creationist’s claims and playing devil’s... Well, I guess, God’s advocate. Anywho, right now I’m looking at the water canopy issue. At this juncture I am curious what the effects on temperature would be. The hypothetical scenario: 2 bars of liquid water exerting pressure on the whole atmosphere like a rubber balloon (Because of gravity & cohesion). The questions: #1 How far above sea level would the atmosphere/canopy boundary be?; #2 How much less heat from the sun would it trap?; #3 At this proximity to the earth, would the top of the canopy evaporate into space?; #4 Would the stars be discernible?; #5 How would the first four questions be affected if the water was 0.1, 1, or 3 bars of water. (10 Meters of water = 0.9806 Bars)
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