Climate and Geography[edit | edit source]

I've thought about that but haven't reached an answer. It's a post-industrial world, which implies that lots of carbon from fossil fuel has been pumped into the atmosphere over the previous few centuries. On the other hand, I'm thinking the world itself was warmer than ours even before that - maybe the same temperature the earth was for most of its recent history before the present glaciation. So there are no polar ice caps to melt in the first place.

Basically, there is one moon that is larger, closer to Marna, and brighter. I imagine it as a bit smaller than Earth's moon. Eh, let's call it "Pless." the other is smaller, much further away, and kind of reddish. I'll name it "Kaul."

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