Arctic ice cap melting 30 years ahead (NEWS)

arctic ice cap - arctic ice cap which you could find on the arctic ocean
May 1, 2007 5:14pm CST
The arctic ice cap on the arctic ocean is melting rather fast and is 30 years ahead of what it is expected. They say it would be a really big change in global warming and it could really affect the way the earth cools down. Something about how the ice reflects the light and if its gone the much darker land or sea will absorb the light and making the planet harder to cool down. What do you expect after 30 years? when this happens could we still live the way we live right now?
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@Idlewild (6094)
• United States
2 May 07
That's bad news, for sure. Guess I shouldn't buy any waterfront property, huh? Maybe we should all be moving inland from waterfront areas...
• Philippines
2 May 07
it still would affect us all considering global warming at this state its really ahrd to bare, still i don't have news on what they would do about it