Scientists have repeatedly said that global warming is one of the most feared causes. They have also said global warming will increase nearly 50 million times over the next century. They have researched that all the normal laws of the world will change completely and as a result, the weather will change. It may be almost impossible for people to survive if the temperature rises so much.
Scientists have warned that if the amount of greenhouse gases on Earth does not decrease at the right time, no one will be able to stop this rate of global warming. They dug up a fossil from the sea surface and studied the crop to see what kind of warmth the earth had at the time of the dinosaurs and then how the warmth gradually grew up. They have seen that so far the world has seen climate change in four different parts. They include Hot House, Worm House, Cool House, and Ice House.
They convey the Earth has been at the Roy Ice House level for so long, then it has slowly changed in a warm house as greenhouse gas emissions increase, and if it continues to emit more greenhouse gases, it will gradually turn into a hothouse and the temperature will rise dramatically. The time that lasted 34 million years ago may come back.
In this case, they said, the average temperature could rise from 16 degrees to 25 degrees Fahrenheit, or 9 to 14 degrees Celsius. They told that if the current trade in greenhouse gas emissions continues unabated, global warming will reach a point in a century, or 2,300 years, the last 50 million years the world has not seen.
Scientists say that in this case, the future weather may change completely from the current weather which is called radical change. In that case, the effects of warming may increase and this change will not be as severe as climate change. Adapting to this change may be impossible for human beings.
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