What Would The Earth Look Like If All The Ice Melted?

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Danielle Andrew 22 Apr 2015, 21:12

The subject of climate change is a hotly contested one (excuse the pun), and despite irrefutable evidence that our ice caps are melting and our sea levels are rising faster every year, many still aren’t convinced that human pollution is directly affecting our atmosphere. 

If all ice on the planet were to melt completely, sea levels will rise by 216 feet; submerging some major cities and reshaping whole continents dramatically.

So what would the earth actually look like if that happened? Would your city survive?




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