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Topic - sixth mass extinction event
Posted: July 13 2017 at 10:33pm By Dutch Josh Paul Beckwith getting angry about scientists with all the pieces of the puzzle refusing to do their job. 

Of course less pressure from land-ice on Greenland and Antarctica means that that landmass will rise up-causing seismicpressure. Under Antarctica-proberbly also Greenland-may be volcanic areas that will get more active causing (sharp) increase in melt. 

In a worse case scenario sealevelrise globally could be "significant" in 24 hours after a major volcanic eruption in those areas. Glaciers/iceplates giving way will mean more landice moving faster into the ocean. 

Most nuclear reactors-needing cooling water-will get effected by climate change (drought=lack of cooling=fire, flooding=faillure of cooling mechanisms, radiation leak). 

I do not want to think to much about the future-lets enjoy the present !