Anonymous
Anonymous asked in EnvironmentGlobal Warming · 9 months ago

How many more global warming degrees Celsius, will it take to melt all the Ice by 2030?

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  • Anonymous
    9 months ago
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    Several degrees, when its been this warm in the past there was no ice its just going to take a few hundred years for it to do so at this rate so for it all to melt so quickly it would need a lot of energy, which could probably be achieved with a massive methane burp as warming from that is instant

    • antarcticice
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      9 months agoReport

      Not really sure of the logic of pretending to be Dana1981, if it’s to make deniers look like petty idiots, then congrats, you suckseeded.

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  • 9 months ago

    By all ice I assume you mean Arctic sea ice in Summer as that’s the only rough prediction i’m aware of in relation to ice melt that would happen that soon

    https://climate.nasa.gov/vital-signs/arctic-sea-ic...

    The data shows it has been steadily declining, at these rates ~2035 for Summer loss, looks to be on the cards.

    Other ice, like glacial ice would take several thousand years to melt completely. But even a part melt is a major problem for global coastlines and cities. A total melt of the Antarctic would raise sea level ~65m, but if just 10% melts, that’s still a rise of 6.5m, that could happen in just a couple of hundred years, cities like London and Miami would be lost, Holland and Bangladesh serverly affected.

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