According to scientists’ calculations, how long will it take for the solar ice pack to melt complete? How about the antarctic ice pack?



  1. emc
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    A common estimate puts the Arctic ice pack gone by the end of the century. However, further studies have given some scientists evidence that Arctic ice could be gone by 2030, a shockingly short time away. Either estimate gives little time to argue, and more needs to be done to save energy worldwide. It will take a global effort to reduce emissions and slow global warming.

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