An interesting piece of information in the research about the possible effects of global warming…
“An Antarctic ice shelf that was 200 metres thick and with a surface area of 3, ampoule order 250 square kilometers has broken apart in less than a month.”
That is literally 500 million billion tons of ice responding to a “2.5 degree Celsius rise in average temperatures – an increase greater than for any location in the Southern Hemisphere.”
Apparently what is so striking is the speed. This took about a month.
Everyone know how to swim?
“However, drugs ailment the picture generally in Antarctica is a complicated one with temperatures in the interior actually falling over the same period.”