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k.ibrahim.---------------------Bismillah Ir-Rahman, Ir-Raheem. I begin with ALLAH's auspiciousness,whose Name is the Best among all the names. All Revences, All Sanctities and All Worships are due to ALLAH alone. Ashahadu An Laa illaaha illal llahu

Wa Ash Hadu Anna Muhammadan Abdu Hu Wa Rasooluhu

''I bear witness that there is no deity but Allah

who is without partner, and I bear witness that Muhammad (Peace be upon Him) is the Rasool.''

"O Allah, Shower Your Peace come upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad, as you have brought peace to Ibrahim and his family.

Truly, You are Praiseworthy and Glorious. O Allah, Shower your blessing upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad, as you have blessed Ibrahim and his family. Truly, You are Praiseworthy and Glorious". I am Satisfied with ALLAH as My Rabb and Cherisher, I am Satisfied With Islam as My Din (religion) and I am satisfied with Muhammad as a Rasulallah (Messenger)sallallahu alaihi was salam) I seek Protection with ALLAH! With the Glorious and Noble Face of ALLAH! With the Complete and Perfect words of ALLAH! With the Exalted Attributes of ALLAH! From the Punishment of Hell; From chastisement in the Grave; From the Trial of Life and Death; From the Mischief of the dajjal.-------------------------------------Too many people still think that climate change is a problem that we can deal with later. Glaciers are melting and

the oceans are rising at an alarming speed! In a very short time just a few years the majority of Coastal Cities and even whole countries around the world Will be submerged underwater by the year 2050 --- A new study finds that even if we could slow rising temperatures now, we could still be in for higher seas. Sea-level rise is something that is a daily occurrence. Even if we keep global temperatures from rising more than 2 degrees Celsius above historic norms—the benchmark for avoiding catastrophic climate warming—we are still seeing oceans creep four feet farther inland by day by day and rise 20 feet by as soon as 10 to 15 years.

That’s according to a new study published in the July issue of Science. Researchers looked at three decades’ worth of data on ice-cap oxygen levels, then analyzed it to determine how varying amounts of CO2 in the modern-day atmosphere lined up with atmospheric CO2 and sea levels in the prehistoric past.

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CO2 levels were last at today’s concentration—roughly 400 parts per million and rising—about 120,000 years ago, according to the researchers. Back then, the average global temperature was around 1 to 2 degrees higher than it is now, and the sea level was about 20 feet higher.

RELATED: Sea Level Rise Creates a Hard Choice: Rebuild or Retreat?

If you’re not a climate scientist, it can be hard to imagine what these numbers really mean for the real world. So the research group Climate Central, working with artist Nickolay Lamm, decided to show what U.S. and the world coastal cities can expect if the oceans continue to rises and we keep burning oil, coal, and gas at current rates.

Ben Strauss of Climate Central used the organization’s peer-reviewed research data and methods to calculate how 25 feet of sea-level rise would be likely to affect various coastlines,Cities and countries around the world , based on their tidal conditions. Then Lamm created images that offer a ground-level view of what losing 440,000 square miles of land along global coastlines—home to 375 million people—looks like.main article image

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Interactive Images Show What Long-Term Sea Level Rise Will Do to Our Iconic Cities

SIGNE DEAN

9 NOV 2015

Some of the most iconic sites in the world are located in major coastal cities around the globe. And it's no secret these cities stand to be swallowed up by long-term sea level rise, unless we manage to curb carbon pollution.

According to US-based independent research organisation Climate Central, if we don't take any action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, we can expect a roughly 4°C (8.1°F) increase in global temperature by 2100, compared to pre-industrial times. And, according to its recently published report in PNAS, if carbon pollution is left uncurbed, global sea-levels could rise by 4.3 to 9.9 metres by the end of this century.

This dramatic prediction in temperature rise is usually contrasted with an increase by 2°C (3.6°F), widely regarded as the threshold for avoiding catastrophic climate change - although current emissions reduction goals by countries worldwide do not ensure this target.

"In December, a major new round of global climate talks is being held in Paris. The decisions reached there may have a strong bearing on which of these two scenarios the future looks like most," writes study co-author Benjamin Strauss on Climate Central's website.

Of course, those are all numbers, and we hear them so often that they can lose their meaning. But what would higher sea levels actually look like? Which streets of cities like London or New York will become more like the channels of Venice, and which iconic buildings will be washed away or become home for fish, not humans?

In yet another collaboration with visual artist Nickolay Lamm, scientists have produced imagery that really drives home the message on global warming. The digital renderings are based on Climate Central's interactive project Mapping Choices, which we covered back in October.

Using the sliders below, you can view iconic scenes from Durban, London, Mumbai, Shanghai and other cities around the world, showing the difference in post-2100 water levels depending on how much warmer our planet will get. It might be over a hundred years from now, but there are places in the world which people will only be able to see in historical photographs from our time, because the real deal will be engulfed in water.

Visit Climate Central's website to view more, and check out previous artist renderings here.

Note: these images below are interactive – you can slide the on-screen divider left and right to see how the temperature rise affects each location.

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This is the Future Shock! This is not rocket science! This is common cents! It’s easy to see why.(Climatologists-climatology)The scientific study of climates, including the causes and long-term effects of variation in regional and global climates. Climatology also studies how climate changes over time and is affected by human actions -Climatologists use long-term forecasts, on timescales such as 50–100?years, It did takes long periods of time for alterations in atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases to cause change, But now those changes are evident in every climate and Regents around the World. Looking ahead for a scientist brings increased certainty — we know that this is a problem that need to address now! And ignorance politicians would like to ignore the reality of global climate change by saying this is not the reality! As if by saying these things its going to go away! And they like to emphasize the long term for the opposite reason: they can stress the uncertainties in the detail, and talk about action without needing to take any. Climate change denial, or global warming denial, is part of the global warming controversy. It involves denial, dismissal, or unwarranted doubt that contradicts the scientific Facts and opinions on climate change, including the extent to which it is caused by humans actions, its impacts on nature and human society, or the potential of adaptation to global warming by human actions. Some deniers endorse the term, while others prefer the term climate change skepticism when the scientific facts are real and evidence. Several scientists have noted that "skepticism" is an inaccurate description for those who deny anthropogenic global warming. In effect, the two terms form a continuous, overlapping range of views, and generally have the same characteristics: both reject, to a greater or lesser extent, the scientific consensus on climate change. Climate change denial can also be implicit, when individuals or social groups accept the science but fail to come to terms with it’s reality or to translate their acceptance into action. Several social science studies have analyzed these positions as forms of denialism and pseudoscience. The campaign to undermine public trust in climate science has been described as a "denial machine" organized by industrial, political and ideological interests, and supported by conservative media and skeptical bloggers to manufacture uncertainty about global warming.

---------Yet these realities have also become the basis of how people assess and communicate the probable effects of climate change on species and ecosystems. And as the Bramble Cay melomys shows, we are seeing those impacts now!

The world’s climate system is already seriously disrupted: the global average temperature is already nearly 1?°C warmer than it should be. Across Earth, we are seeing radical shifts in daily temperatures, rainfall regimes and the timing of seasons, as well as overall increases in the number and intensity of droughts, cyclones and floods. It is now accepted that we have moved beyond the natural climate cycle and system that ALLAH has created for us, even if climate-mitigation policies are implemented immediately, it will take centuries to recover, centuries that we do not have, because time is not on our side, The protective shield in Earth’s atmosphere had been thinning out before scientists raised the alarm about the impact of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in the 1980s.---- There is a hole in the atmosphere's protective ozone layer over and around the Earth, it will take one millions of years for the ozone layers to heal itself. - The oceans are rising every day, as more and more glaciers are melting away just in a short time the coastlines of the world will be underwater and Millions and Millions of people will be lost to the oceans.--------------But making extreme carbon cuts and moving to renewable energy could save millions of people living in iconic coastal areas of the United States, But not in the World!

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-sea-swallow-miami-orleans.html#jCp