There is not enough water to cover the entire earth, including the top of Mt. Everest (29, 028 feet above sea level). If the ice caps on Greenland and Antarctica were to melt, it would raise sea levels only a few hundred feet (see calculation). If every cloud worldwide were to rain out all its water, it would still raise the sea levels only another inch. Genesis reports that the "fountains of the deep" spewed forth more water. Until geologists find evidence of these fountains, or discover the underground aquifers that hold 6 miles deep of water worldwide, I cannot honestly accept the idea of a non-miraculous worldwide flood. When evidence for fountains is discovered, I'll be happy to take a look at it.
Larger storms may form due to an increase in water temperature and wind, flooding of lowlands displacing millions may also result, and an overall increase in freshwater (due to the melting arctic ice caps and Greenland) into the very salty waters in the north Atlantic may cause a shutdown of the gulf-stream causing another ice-age.
The melting of the polar ice is something that is already occurring at an alarming rate.
Global warming should be taken more serious as it can result in a number of disastrous consequences. To give a clear example, the melting polar ice caps have not only caused a loss of habitat for polar bears but are also threatening seas levels worldwide.
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The Endangered Lives of Polar Bears The Twenty First Century has to this day been marked by constant war and strife.