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What would happen if the world's ice melted?

What would happen if the world's ice melted?


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While it is estimated that something like this could occur within 5,000 years, National Geographic warns that “if we continue to add carbon to the atmosphere, perhaps we will create an ice-free planet, with a probable temperature of 26.6ºC instead of the current ones. 14.4 ° C ".

In the images it was seen that several well-known cities such as Tokyo, New York, London, Barcelona, ​​Hong Kong and Amsterdam would be completely flooded.

Other areas closer to our country, such as Lima and Buenos Aires, would also disappear under the tide.

The work carried out by NatGeo was taken by the American news portal Business Insider.

Here are some maps published by the Chilean Bio Bio portal:

Chile:


South America:


North America:


Europe:


Asia:


Africa:


Antarctica:


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Video: What If All the Worlds Ice Melted? (July 2022).


Comments:

  1. Madu

    It doesn't quite come close to me. Who else can say what?

  2. Kekus

    In it all the charm!



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