Here’s What the World Will Look Like When All the Ice Melts

Aug 31, 2015 at 12:57 pm |
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It doesn’t look good for China. Source Business Insider

Disney World may be the happiest place on Earth, but pretty soon it could be one of the wettest, too. We’re talking literally under the sea.

Everywhere you go, you hear people warning you about global warming, or at least sensibly discussing the potentially catastrophic outcomes of climate change. Winters are getting colder, summers are getting hotter, and ocean levels are rising at unprecedented rates. This week, President Obama is taking a historical trip to Alaska to discuss the rapidly changing landscapes there.


Based on a prediction by National Geographic that ocean levels would rise 216 feet if all the polar ice melted, Business Insider made this shocking video that depicts the would-be new boundaries and drastically different face of the planet.

I was most surprised to see how affected Asia would be by rising ocean levels, but things don’t look much better for the Eastern Seaboard of the USA either. Now is probably a good time to invest in property in Kansas.

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This certainly doesn’t look good for China. Or Disney World, for that matter.

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