This Weird Weather Maybe Sign of 'Game Over' For The Earth

Admin | Published 2016-11-10 11:00
Do you, too, feel weird about the weather? The weather these days seem unpredictable. Sometimes, it feels unusually colder, while some days, it's too hot. Probably, it's because of climate change. Especially now that scientists found out global warming is getting worse. Amd this time they said it could be 'game over' for the Earth. Computations from recent researches show probabilities of apocalypse. It sounds scary, because it should. According to scientists, our planet's global warming could get worse in the coming years. An increase of up to 7C is expected within a lifetime. Which, no human being can bear. Professor Michael Mann, of Penn State University in the US, mentioned in his email for The Independent that, “By ‘game over for the climate’, I mean game over for stabilizing warming below dangerous (ie greater than 2C) levels." Greenhouse gases have the greatest impact on the atmosphere. Experts say, if people will continue burning fossil fuels, the Earth will be a living hell. Literally. Studies show that by 2100, there will be a 4.78C-7.36C increase in the planet's temperature. Looks like, no sunscreen lotion can ever prevent sunburn from that. This is a serious matter, though. Especially now that newly elected President Trump doesn't believe in climate change. He has once announced that America will be withdrawing its support to stop global warming. However, Dr. Ganopolski, of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany, said that the studies are not 100 percent accurate. Changes in the future are still possible. Sure, we look forward to summer, and warm days at the beach. But the human race won't survive in a Venus-level heated planet. Hence, while we still have time, let's help the Earth in our own little ways. It's better to be safe than sorry. Or rather, than dead.   Source: independent.co.ukadvances.sciencemag.org
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