NASA Released Images Of “Then And Now” – This Is The Destruction We’ve Caused To Our Earth

James Balog stated that “I didn’t think that humans were capable of changing the basic physics and chemistry of this entire, huge planet. It didn’t seem probable, it didn’t seem possible.”

We’re able to sense the changes and feel them, our planet has become warmer than earlier. However I can’t mention them as “good changes.”

The strongest hurricane observed in the Atlantic after Wilma in 2005 was Hurricane Irma and it was a highly powerful and destructive Verde type hurricane and it did a vast destruction too.

The 2017 Central Mexico earthquake which occurred on the 19th September 2017 was with a magnitude estimated as 7.1. The strong shaking lasted for about 20 seconds and was known as a dangerous one. This caused a huge destruction leaving 310 people killed, 273 of which in Mexico City and urban areas, and more than 4,600 injured.

Global temperature is expected to rise by 4°C by the end of this century.
By 2080, climate could also change an additional 600 million people under-nourishment.
Levels of the oceans in the Earth have risen by 3 inches within the last 23 years and it could swell an estimated three feet in the next 100 years.
The greenhouse gases which were made by humans have displayed us the warning that we’ve witnessed throughout the last 30 years.

Inuit Elders Warning to man:

Stephen Hawking, one of the major scientists who were born on Earth has warned that only 100 years are left for us on this planet to live. And also he has stated that the only way to save our lives from being extinct is to set colonies wherever in the solar system.

The images which were released by the website of NASA show the devastative changes which have taken place within the past few years.


“CHASING ICE” films the largest glacier calving ever:

Sources of the information: 9gag | NASA

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