Saturday, June 28, 2008

Arctic ice may completely melt away this summer: polar cities?

North Pole ice may completely melt away this summer
For the first time in modern history, the North Pole may be iceless this summer. Scientists say it's an even bet that sea ice in the region will completely disappear in the next few months,
perhaps as soon as August.

What does this mean for Planet Earth and for the human species?


Anonymous said...

Penguins on the North Pole?

Anonymous said...

probably photoshopped!