Not Yet Hot Like Venus Painting by Nika P Silva

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Painting: Acrylic, Oil on Canvas.

Spring weather in the early morning and early evening, during runs along Battersea Park and the Thames in London, and reflecting on how it can remain glorious despite climate change.

Stephen Hawking said last year that the Earth could become like Venus "with a temperature of 250 degrees [Celsius], and raining sulphuric acid", in response to the announcement of the US's withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord. Scientists say this is unlikely (i.e., the oceans are unlikely to boil away, like what might have happened on Venus).

Regardless, it would be good to continue to live happily on our beautiful planet, as Hawking rightly called it, and enjoy running in the open air among other things, for a long time to come.

The red section where the two circles/planets could converge in terms of temperature, is hopefully a very unlikely prospect. The daffodils and weather symbols have been painted in oil for added texture and luster.




Not Yet Hot Like Venus

Nika P Silva

United Arab Emirates


Size: 23.6 W x 19.7 H x 1.2 in

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