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Scientists Have Detected an Enormous Cavity Growing Beneath Antarctica
PETER DOCKRILL 31 JAN 2019
Antarctica is not in a good place. In the space of only decades, the continent has lost trillions of tonnes of ice at alarming rates we can't keep up with, even in places we once thought were safe.

[sciencealert.com]

By AmmaRE007
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Now is the time to buy real estate in the Great White North: before Hudson Bay is a warm water port.

WonderWartHog99 Level 7 Feb 3, 2019
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Interesting take with Vice News & calving. Short video, make sure to make it to 3:40+ of vid.

Krautmaster Level 3 Feb 1, 2019
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There's no emoji that suits this video!

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I have read about this. Antarctica is melting and will melt in the near future. Aside from the dissasterous effects on climate and ocean levels ,history will have to be re written. Apparently they are finding huge megaliths like the ones in the middle East and south America.

Maindawg Level 7 Feb 1, 2019
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history will be re- written many times over

I believe that megaliths have been found all over the world.

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DEATH! (at a snails pace)

goldenvalleyguy Level 8 Feb 1, 2019
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We’re going to need a big toothbrush.

indirect76 Level 7 Feb 1, 2019
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Sounds pretty serious! I had no idea that one glacier could account for 4% of the current sea level rise.

Carin Level 8 Jan 31, 2019
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Its a huge Continent.

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This is very dangerous...it could mean a 2 foot rise in sea level.

nicknotes Level 7 Jan 31, 2019
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When it happens, it will happen quick. Years not decades. Most likely seeing the start of the acceleration.
I have no doubt humanity will adapt, but so many species will be lost.

powder Level 8 Jan 31, 2019
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yes I agree with you

I don't see how humanity will adapt. Cockroaches might survive.

@AstralSmoke It seems more likely that only SOME of humanity will survive.

@AmmaRE007 agreed. Was talking species.

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