Another “what-if" scenario: What if all the Polar [would assume its polar] ice melted.
What if all the ice melted?
The ocean holds most of Earth’s water. After that, it’s ice. 5.7 million cubic miles of the stuff.
What if, thanks to natural and man-made climate change, it all melted? What if, by burning enough deep-Earth carbon (dead dinosaurs, prehistoric plants, or as we call it… fossil fuels) we raised Earth’s average temperature to around 80˚ F?
Thanks to National Geographic we know: This is is what 216 feet (66 meters) of sea level change looks like.
WE’VE ONLY EXPLORED 3% OF THE OCEAN HUMANITY ARE YOU SERIOUS GET YOUR SHIT TOGETHER
|—||Henry Rollins (via fustrates)|
A Christmas Story
Neil deGrasse Tyson is Tired of Your Shit - Imgur
Just gonna go ahead and save all these