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Saturday, June 20, 2015

NASA said, the Earth will be burn 85 years from now

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced its predictions through a dataset that said, the Earth will experience a massive climate change within 85 years, precisely in 2100.

NASA released the dataset through a map predictions and projections of the Earth changes that will occur in 2100. In these maps, look almost all areas in various parts of the world red. That is, the climate that occurred in the region will change drastically to heat up.
Nasa has released new data that show how temperature and rainfall patterns will change around the world by 2100: This annotated map, produced using the data, shows the maximum daily temperatures in July under climate scenarios that predict carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere will reach 935 parts per million. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1JQMNCz)
According to the scientists who are researching this phenomenon, it is caused by a layer of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere which will achieve a very high number, ie 935 ppm (parts per million). For now, the carbon dioxide layer currently stands at 400 ppm. As quoted from DailyMail on Wednesday, June 17, 2015.

If it later turns out that the prediction was announced comes true, most areas of the Earth will experience a drastic climate change becomes very hot. Even later in parts of Africa, India and South America, daily temperatures can reach 45 degrees Celsius.

"NASA is currently researching climate change is happening on the Earth for a long period of time. We are also studying why this can happen. Even so, our party will prepare a new breakthrough which will be the helper of mankind to avoid the phenomenon like this in the future," said Ellen Stofan, NASA's Chief Scientist.

Furthermore, the climate change map is not only shows which areas will experience a drastic climate change, but also shows the region of rainfall can change in the decades to come.

"With this new global dataset, all the people around the world can at least prepare a plan and even the latest breakthroughs that can be used to adapt to climate change," said Stofan.

Not only `be burn`, future climate change that will occur on the Earth will happen through several phenomena, such as floods, drought, and drought in some areas. Currently, NASA has also formed a partnership with several governments to make contingency plans to be able to anticipate this happening in the future. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DAILYMAIL]
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