Antarctica Thwaites glacier collapse could lead to 2ft sea level rise

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Antarctica Thwaites glacier collapse could lead to 2ft sea level rise

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2/22/2020

Antarctica Thwaites glacier collapse could lead to 2ft sea level rise

A team of scientists from Oregon State University made the most of ice free waters in West Antarctica to look under the glacier - which is about the size of Great Britain.

Scientists used a period of ice-free waters to send a submarine under the glacier. They found there were three streams of warm water leading to Thwaites glacier. They were coming from different directions and mixing together under the ice. If Thwaites collapses researchers say it could lead to a 2ft rise in global sea levels Read more: Daily Mail Online

It didn’t. It won’t. Could. Like the Maldives would have disappeared by now as well. No. Another press release? Released by climate activists? Ah yes.... What is this? DM using that scary 'could' word again? LOL ! Bogus Nonsense A meteor could hit earth and whip out all life.”Could” 13 volcanoes will do that.

💩 yah...call me when that happens ok? Emphasis is on the word 'could'. The virus is here and now and 'could' be a more pressing worry.

Antarctica Thwaites glacier collapse could lead to 2ft sea level riseA team of scientists from Oregon State University made the most of ice free waters in West Antarctica to look under the glacier - which is about the size of Great Britain. But it wont I bet it doesn't Probably active volcanoes , part of the living planet

Suuuuuure A lot of ‘coulds’ and ‘mights’ in this article... 🤔 hmmmm 🙋🏼‍♂️ Or maybe not! Whatever! could, in the mean time aquafers have dropped by over 20ft. Uh huh. Not worried. Good. Hurry it up. I’ve been promised sea rise. Wasn’t this supposed to happen ten years ago lol oh shut up

Antarctica Thwaites glacier collapse could lead to 2ft sea level riseA team of scientists from Oregon State University made the most of ice free waters in West Antarctica to look under the glacier - which is about the size of Great Britain. So all the Billionaires going to be selling off their private islands and beachfront properties then? 'Could' or not. Not being the answer. As it is already floating on water.

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Laura Ashley to raid archives as home furnishing sales plungeRetailer plans to revive designs of late founder after narrowly avoiding collapse this week I don’t think that’s going to help. They need to reinvent. People have moved on from this style and look.

Fates of humans and insects intertwined, warn scientistsExperts call for solutions to be enforced immediately to halt global population collapses It’ll come down to the younger generations to fix it since the older ones are to busy with stupid things like brexit to realise the real danger we all face because this effects everyone single one of us no matter who you are. With full respect for ecological questions, in case of this picture fates of humans and insects are intertwined very literally, as insect shown from the Meloidae group is highly toxic, it was used for poisoning enemies in former times. Don't risk exposing yrself to body fluid. I’m looking at vegans right now who think they’re not killing animals for the food they eat.



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