NASA Thinks This ICE SHELF COLLAPSE Is Just A WARM-UP For Future COLLAPSES
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An ice shelf in Antarctica the size of Rome and New York City has collapsed into the ocean, signalling a grim future for rising sea levels. In just over a month, the massive area of ice disintegrated and collapsed. NASA scientists who observed the collapse state that while the ice has been on the decline for two years now, a recent 40°C heatwave in mid-March is a significant factor in explaining why it collapsed so suddenly. They also believe this is just a dress rehearsal for future collapses and a warning sign that we are approaching a point of no return for combating rising sea levels.