What if we Burn all the Fossil Fuels?

What if we Burn all the Fossil Fuels?

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Fossil fuel is a natural fuel such as coal, oil or natural gas which has formed over millions of years from the anaerobic decomposition of dead organisms.

Now, if we were to burn all the fossil fuels in the world, then more than 5 trillion tons of greenhouse gases, mostly carbon dioxide would be released in the atmosphere. This would lead to greenhouse gas levels not seen in more than 400 million years. As a result, global temperatures would increase by more than 10 degrees Celsius. All the ice on earth would melt, increasing sea levels by more than 100 feet, thus submerging all the coastal cities of the world.  Lastly, rainfalls would be highly unpredictable, some areas would receive extreme rain-fall while others would receive very less.

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