Thwaites Glacier's disappearance will have a tragic impact

Large rise in sea levels, several islands wiped off the map... Here is why Thwaites Glacier's melting is worrying to scientists. 😨

02/19/2019 7:09 PMupdated: 02/19/2019 7:34 PM
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  • Steve J.
    02/19/2019 19:20

    Glaciers have been melting since the end of the last ice age... Would you prefer North America be buried under an ice sheet ?

  • Conchita W.
    02/19/2019 20:21

    It's too late......

  • Jackie M.
    02/19/2019 20:35

    No, remember climate change is only a declaration of a handful of scientists that do PAID data research and interpretations are subject to political socialism or forced control via F E A R. Protect our wonderful planet with sound conservation policies...not pie in the sky data collection.

  • Laurent B.
    02/19/2019 20:53

    The pb is that even today's with all the proofs we have there is still a whole bunch of complete idiots that don't believe it and will spread their false information based on wrong beliefs. When people simply don't want to see the truth they won't change their minds even if the entire California burns down or the entire arctic melt down.

  • Ventura M.
    02/19/2019 20:59

    Climate change is a natural occurring fact for billions of years.

  • Patrick D.
    02/19/2019 21:16

    Any good news for Christ’s sake?

  • Kurt M.
    02/19/2019 21:19

    They said many shorelines and islands would be wiped off the map years ago....just saying.

  • Marc J.
    02/19/2019 22:01

    Sea levels are same as always on USA coasts 🤷‍♂️

  • Carlo R.
    02/19/2019 22:07

    No point showing this

  • Andrew D.
    02/20/2019 02:19

    You all have been sprouting the same stuff since 2000 with al gore.

  • Joshua M.
    02/20/2019 04:13

    I’d be more concerned about this dudes hair

  • Ali H.
    02/20/2019 04:29

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  • Laura Y.
    02/20/2019 07:51

    Why do all you Republicans have to turn everything political so sick of you guys

  • James G.
    02/20/2019 08:21

    So full of shit

  • Yu G.
    02/20/2019 12:23

    I dont believe this shit anymore, they can break-take the ice if they really want to.

  • Robert F.
    02/20/2019 12:44

    The sky is falling the sky is falling

  • Robert F.
    02/20/2019 12:48

    The only group who knows anything about this it. The ocean science people in Pat Bay, Vancouver island BC They say it's not true. They have been studying the area in depth for over 60yrs

  • Robert F.
    02/20/2019 12:52

  • Jean H.
    02/20/2019 13:59

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  • Jean H.
    02/20/2019 14:00

    Just dont understand why folks do not believe Climate Change is HAPPENING!