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If All the Ice on Earth Melted (8 pics)

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  • 8 Nov, 2013  |
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This is what will happen if all ice on the planet melts.

1 If All the Ice on Earth Melted (8 pics)


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№1 Author: cancron (8 Nov 2013 02:32) Total user comments: 97


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Whoever made this obviously never took grade 6 science class and doesn't understand how water displacement works. this was obviously totally made up with no facts
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№2 Author: Smog (8 Nov 2013 05:48) Total user comments: 0


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Thanks Al Gore. By the way, The Netherlands is already underwater ("The Netherlands literally means "the low lands"). They build walls. Pretty good at it.
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№3 Author: thughugger (8 Nov 2013 11:23) Total user comments: 1015


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Beach front house.....get in :04:
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№4 Author: mashie5 (8 Nov 2013 12:34) Total user comments: 1357


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cancron,
Mr Wizard taught me
http://youtu.be/iKiq5EwkzDg
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№5 Author: Nikon (8 Nov 2013 16:22) Total user comments: 0


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The predictions are actually mostly correct. You guys aren't considering that the ice in question isn't already displacing water. It's frozen intact above sea level sitting mostly on top of the bedrock. Once that ice melts and actually enters into the oceans it will cause the sea level to rise.
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№6 Author: choochwhocharlie (8 Nov 2013 16:30) Total user comments: 1972


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I have to get in on this craze. I'm gonna get me a big darn digger to get as high as possible
yuk yuk
:10: :09:
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№7 Author: Lu (8 Nov 2013 21:50) Total user comments: 15098


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Ark Builders Inc. Place your orders here.
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№8 Author: Vethrion (8 Nov 2013 23:13) Total user comments: 1


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Whoever made this model did not consider the "isostasy" misbalance. Nice effort though.
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№9 Author: The Dude (10 Nov 2013 10:30) Total user comments: 143


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Live in Chi.
Ain't even worried.
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