I have a hypothesis, but I am not the greatest when it comes to Earth Science.
My hypothesis: CO2 molecules will eventually be pushed out of Earths Atmosphere once our climate reaches higher levels of heat.
I know that CO2 molecules are more dense than oxygen, so they will not rise unless they are heated. My question is, is there a point in our atmosphere that these CO2 molecules will stop rising due to being more dense? Or Will the CO2 molecules eventually break free from earths pull and leave our atmosphere?
– Cameron, via the ask a science question page.
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