I will begin this post by extending a cordial greeting to all my friends of @Project.HOPE, entering in theme those who follow my blog will have noticed that I consistently socialize content of reflective connotation on the impacts of Climate Change, essentially on the repeated warnings being made by the scientific community on greenhouse gas emissions and their serious environmental and public health consequences.
If you analyze the thematic position in each of the publications you will find that the warnings that I socialize about the impacts of Climate Change arise from the visible reality and scientific inferences about the negative impacts generated by forest fires and pollution of water bodies, and their direct link with the outcome of abnormal events, namely cyclones, storms, typhoons, arctic melting, floods, droughts, extreme temperatures and loss of biodiversity.
Fig. 2 Arctic melting is the biggest problem associated with the mass changes the planet is experiencing. Image of public domain, Author: Pixabay, 2009
It is no secret that despite the repeated warnings and scientific inferences to combat the climate crisis, for states and power organizations this issue is not an immediate priority, now, this wrong way of seeing the climate crisis is the main problem we have as a species, because by not stopping the negative impacts we generate to the climate, in opposition we are condemning our own existence on the planet.
Perhaps mentioning that we are condemning our own existence on the planet sounds like just another extremist position, however, there is scientific data that demonstrates that our actions have a devastating potential on the very biological and physical functionality of planet earth.
Regarding the physical functionality and negative impacts of the climate crisis on planet earth, it should be emphasized that experts in geophysics belonging to the AGU (American Geophysical Union), state that climate change has had a direct impact on the abnormal displacements that the axis of rotation of the planet earth has been experiencing for decades.
Fig. 3 Geophysics experts infer that the climate crisis has had a direct impact on the rotational axis of the earth's surface. Image of public domain, Author: Amber Avalona, 1999
These geophysical deductions project that the climate crisis has modified and will continue to alter the axis of rotation of the planet earth, because, according to experts, climate change generates changes in the distribution of the mass of the planet, and this causes the axis to move, and therefore, also causes the poles to shift.
This pole shift experienced by the planet earth as a result of climate change is directly linked to the polar drift or actual variation in the position of the poles, behavior that throughout history has been related to the changes in mass experienced by the planet as a result of constant loss of ice, and water imbalances resulting from forest fires.
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