In other words, the amount of energy required from a star to thaw an icy planet is so large that it will either lead to water vapor accumulating at heights in the atmosphere from where it can be easily lost to outer space, or it will create so much heat that the liquid water will all simply boil away
. The first scenario is referred to as exceeding the moist greenhouse limit, and the second is the runaway greenhouse limit.
Add the vinegar and boil away
completely, stirring all the time.
When it is hot, I just want to avoid people and boil away
in my misery.
If the sun evolves like its newly discovered relative, dubbed CoRoT Sol 1 -- the farthest of the so-called solar twins in the Milky Way galaxy -- all the water on Earth will boil away
, they said.
Moons that orbit their planet too closely will undergo strong tidal heating and thus a catastrophic runaway greenhouse effect that would boil away
surface water and leave them forever uninhabitable.
Arid salt flats in South America's Atacama Desert epitomize how Earth's surface may look once the sun expands and the planet's oceans boil away
billions of years from now.
Turn down the heat a tad and let it boil away
. When the liquid level has dropped a bit, start testing with a silver spoon dipped in ice-cold water.
Within a day or two, the pool's water could completely boil away
. "Without cooling water, the irradiated nuclear fuel could heat to the point of spontaneously combusting in an exothermic reaction," Kamps continued.
Despite the immense heat, it will take around a trillion years for the planet to boil away
, he said.
If however, you feel used, the injustice can boil away
. Call for more...
It seems to me that the water would boil away
in short order.
Even so, the Sun will have already grown enough to boil away
Earth's oceans and fry all life.
Put vinegar, bay leaf and peppercorns in pan and boil away
or reduce until you are left with about 1tbsp of liquid, strain and allow to cool slightly.
Many are so close to their fiery stars that water on them would boil away
; others are so distant that water would freeze.
Some premium waters spend cons deep in the earth, collecting in huge granite caverns where they boil away
for thousands of years--picking up some minerals and dropping others--until eventually, they rise to the surface, usually forming natural springs.