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Do hurricanes cool the atmosphere (by taking heat out of the ocean/air and using that energy to essentially power the winds)? We believe hurricanes form due to thermal inhomogeneities in the atmosphere, similarly to whirls in water being heated on a cooker. The lower parts of the atmosphere are warmer due to heat received by conduction and evaporation, ...
Energy can't be expanded. The only way the earth can get rid of energy is by radiating it into space.
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