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In essence, it is the largest terrestrial planet, but is smaller and less massive than any of the gas/ice giants of the Outer Solar System.

And with a mean density of 5.514 g/cm³, it is the densest planet in the Solar System.

Basically, when the North Pole is pointing towards the Sun, the northern hemisphere experiences summer and the southern hemisphere experiences winter.

During the summer, the day lasts longer and the Sun climbs higher in the sky; while in winter, the climate becomes generally cooler, the days are shorter and the Sun appears lower in the sky.

In this scenario, Earth will move to an orbit of 1.7 AU (250 million km) from the Sun, will escape envelopment, but will also be rendered completely uninhabitable.Below is a list that covers the many different aspects of our planet and what we’ve come to know about. With a half-life of only 5730 years, carbon-14 dating has nothing to do with dating the geological ages! Hovind is confusing the carbon-14 "clock" with other radiometric "clocks." The only thing in the geologic record which has anything to do with calibrating carbon-14 dating is the coal from the Carboniferous Period.Nevertheless, given that it is where all terrestrial life as we know it originated, coupled with the fact that it is the only habitable planet known to us, Earth is likely to remain our spiritual and physical home for many eons to come.One can only hope that by the time it does become uninhabitable, we will have long since gone extinct, or evolved to the point that we no longer have to worry about dying along with it.