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NASA Says These Images Prove That The End Of This World Is Near!



They did warn us.

#10 We Have Seen Them All

#10 We Have Seen Them All

2012, The Day After Tomorrow, San Andreas and other movies that show us that no matter how much man prepares, he is still unprepared in the way of what nature holds.

According to researchers, the Artic serves as a cooler to the world. Sort of like the world's own refrigerator as the Artic sea ice helps cool the world. And recent reports state that this refrigerator of ours is having some major trouble.

Results based on recordings made through measurements using NASA's Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer–Earth Observing System (AMSR-E) instrument on the NASA Aqua satellite and the Special Sensor Microwave/Imager (SSM/I) instrument on the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program, the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) have revealed that the Artic is warming up at an alarming rate.

#9 Record Low

#9 Record Low

The sea ice in the Artic is at an all time low. Experts say that the effect on the sea ice is due to the resulting factor of human activity which has resulted in changing air temperature.

#8 The cause of limited ice growth....

#8 The cause of limited ice growth....

The above figure represents the sea surface temperatures (SSTs) in October 2016. The temperature in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas are very high which has affected the growth of the sea ice.

#7 The Beaufort Sea

#7 The Beaufort Sea

This a picture of the northwest Beaufort sea. In addition to the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas, the Barents and Kara Seas have also exhibited the same high temperature and slow ice formation.

#6 Extent And Area

#6 Extent And Area

The graph above shows how the ice extent decreased by 7.4% per decade since 1979. The NSIDC says that area and extent are two different things. "Extent would be a measure of the edges of the slice of cheese and all of the space inside it. Area would be the measure of where there is cheese only, not including the holes."

#5 Back then...

#5 Back then...

This is the sea ice age in 1984. This is the sort of ice that lasts throughout the summer and offsets warming.

#4 Right now...

#4 Right now...

The sea ice age in 2016. The bright white ice has thinned out drastically. The ice is there but not the kind that will last. They are young and thin, meaning they are less likely to last when the ocean absorbs the sunlight.

#3 The First To Suffer

#3 The First To Suffer

The wildlife is the first to suffer. Both the marine and terrain creatures are affected together. The sea ice is a biome by itself, it's disappearance will affect the migration and feeding of the wildlife.

#2 The Arctic Connection

#2 The Arctic Connection

The Arctic amplification affects the land ice because when the land ice melts, it becomes freshwater which is added to the oceans. This results in the sea levels increasing. Researchers say that the Greenland ice sheet has lost 140 billion tons of ice per year over the past two decades.

#1 Pay heed to the warning already!

The facts are before you, our world's future is at stake, watch and understand what needs to be done before it's too late.




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