Mankind will become extinct within 37 years

February 24, 2013 1:51

According to the International Energy Agency and a number of U.S. government departments global climate change does not only lead to the destruction of life on Earth, this risk is comparable to much more serious disaster.

According to the International Energy Agency and a number of U.S. government departments global climate change does not only lead to the destruction of life on Earth, this risk is comparable to much more serious disaster.
According to the researchers, the global temperature increase of 5 degrees will cause the ocean will gradually absorb the coastal cities, and growing food crops would be impossible, which inevitably provoke the extinction of all species up to cockroaches. However, this perspective is not very distant, as erroneously represent it in the media. The effect of the impending catastrophe can be compared with the consequences of the collision of the planet with a giant meteorite. Thus, while the "X" was calculated to occur as early as 2050. As a result of this catastrophe, scientists believe, will complete destruction of human civilization.

"Your first reaction is complete rejection of this information, you will consider it false or exaggerated, but this prediction is consistent with forecasts from the International Energy Agency," — said researcher Chris Mårtensson. "That situation is beyond human understanding, but you still need to take a few things, you are one of the last people who walk on the earth, your children will not live to middle age, the culture and scientific discoveries are back on the air whence they came, "- said the scientist.

This forecast is based on an exponential path that develops climate change. Contrary to prevailing opinion, climate change should not be a linear path (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.), the global temperature is increasing exponentially and is fueled by the exponential growth in the use of human energy, increasing population and economic growth, says researcher. "The exponential function is similar to a hockey stick: it remains at a low level for a long time, and then rises very suddenly and quickly," — says Mårtensson.

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