Will the Earth gets collapsed in 2012????


     When we go to the hospital 4 donatin the blood, the doctor or physician says to donate only 300ml of blood and dont go to hospital 4 donatin blood for 6 months... just imagine when d whole blood from d body is extracted fully even from fleshes inside d body... then it is being regarded as a merciless activity in d nature.... so d same thing is happening wit d earth's inner core by d increase in technology.... we r makin many hazardous activities like mining, extracting many fossil fuels etc, which is regarded as d earth's blood and breath.... The earth 4 first time has given its punch on humans in d name of Tsunami.... so now it is again givin in 2012 as "DOOMSDAY".. it is estimated that there will b 80% destruction in human resources.... so now the earth has tolerated to d maximum extent, now it is bearing d rotten fruits in its inner core... it is being estimated that nearly 60,000 barrals of petroleum is being extracted from d earth's core each hour in d great oil station of Mexico.  Even god is helpless to stop this danger.... only man can stop if he tries.. but it is also of waste.... the earth has tolerated more....

 
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The options available to the world is quite diffcult and even one can say impossible to stop the menace.

The only can be done is to control the activity which harms the globe.

 
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Warming of the climate system is unequivocal as is now evident from observations of increases in global average air and ocean temperatures, widespread melting of snow and ice and rising global sea level", and that "Most of the observed increase in temperatures since the mid-20th century is very likely due to the observed increase in anthropogenic GHG concentrations". In the twentieth century average global temperature increased by 0.740 C while sea level rise resulting from thermal expansion of the ocean and melting of ice across the globe amounted to 17 cms. With this increase the Maldive Islands with land surface barely a metre or two above sea level, every storm surge and major upwelling of the seas represents a major danger to life and property. But this is not all. Climate change is already resulting in an increase in the frequency, intensity and duration of floods, droughts and heat waves. Precipitation has increased significantly in eastern parts of North and South America, northern Europe and northern and central Asia, whereas it declined in the Sahel, the Mediterranean, southern Africa and parts of south Asia. Globally the area affected by drought has increased since the 1970s.

 

 
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