Earth Lost a ‘Staggering’ 28 Trillion Tonnes of Ice in Just 23 Years

Mukul Periwal

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“Water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink”

This phrase is becoming true with every passing day. Global warming has been ever increasing and in turn, climate change as well. It has been held responsible for any changes in our nature, one of them being the melting of ice caps, glaciers, etc. We have been seeing global warming and its effects for quite a long time now, but its resultant adversities have grown exponentially in the past few years.

Our Future: Earth or Mars?

Mukul Periwal

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Each day we are evolving, keeping aside the objectivity of good and bad, we are moving forward each step, day-by-day. We are finding new things, learning to use them, harness their power, and whatnot. Human imagination and creativity know no bounds, but unfortunately, the products at expense are limited. We have come from knowing nothing about gravity to building complex machines like LIGO to find and understand our universe’s past with the help of cosmic gravitational waves in just about 320 years.