Friday, October 04, 2013

NASA Predicts Alarming Changes In Earth's Climate By Year 2099

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A video released by NASA on Friday shows how changing climate will impact Earth by 2099, when alarming changes in temperature and rainfall patterns are expected to alter the topography of our planet.
New data visualizations from NASA’s Center for Climate Simulation and Scientific Visualization Studio at Goddard Space Flight Center, based on its models for climate and weather trends, depicts that climate conditions could rapidly change through the year 2099.
NASA predicts that if current rate of increase in green gas emissions continue, it could have drastic impact on Earth, with the global temperature and precipitation patterns changing at a faster pace, causing irreversible changes in Earth’s topography.
According to NASA’s projections, temperature could reach such highs by mid-century that would lead to meltdowns of Arctic ice, increase sea levels, while dry up inland water sources in several regions.  Rainfall patterns also could change causing changes in the water cycles with some areas getting more wetter and other regions witnessing increased dry spells.
NASA video demonstrates four possible scenarios of how Earth’s climate could change by 2099, based on four different levels of carbon dioxide emissions. Read More