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A super computer predicted the extinction of humanity Sciences

A super computer predicted the extinction of humanity  Sciences

One day, our world will certainly end in some way, but it doesn't matter when it will happen. British scientists asked a supercomputer about this, which predicted when humanity will become extinct on Earth, which will be primarily due to climate change.

Published in Nature Earth Sciences To study Researchers from the University of Bristol used current climate and ocean chemistry data, as well as the current state of plate tectonics and ecosystems. All of this was fed into a supercomputer, which used a simulation to predict that if everything changed at this rate,… It is certain that humanity will disappear from Earth within 250 million years at the latest.

According to the simulation, due to climate change, ice caps will disappear, ocean levels will rise, such that many areas will become uninhabitable, while carbon dioxide will continue to rise, which will cause sea levels to rise. The temperature will also be unbearable – Between 40 and 50 degrees Celsius – People will not be able to live and they will not be able to cultivate the land either. Life will slowly disappear from Earth.

These temperatures are exacerbated by high humidity, making the Earth uninhabitable. In theory, we still have time to stop these processes, but so far we are not very good at it, as the weather is constantly getting warmer and more extreme around the world.

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