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World War 3 Predictions Is This The End For America
What are the top World War 3 predictions andscenarios in today's world that is facing economic collapse in many countries, the threatof ISIS, a rogue anticonstitutionalist American President in Barack Hussein Obama and VladimirPutin wanting to bring back the old Mother Russiaé Why don't we have an honest discussionabout that. Can weé The many conflicts in the world today in Ukraine,the Middle East including Israel, Africa and other parts of the globe, coupled with racialtension and a financial outlook that points to economic collapse of many nations includingGreece, Russia and the United States coming soon sets a world war 3 scenario that lookseerily similar to what happened leading up
to World War 1. With the world in chaos at the beginning of1914, on June 28 of that same year, a Serbian nationalist kills both AustroHungarian ArchdukeFranz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie and one month later AustriaHungary declares war onSerbia and for the rest of 1914 the world spirals out of control with one country afteranother declaring war on either Germany or AustriaHungary. So, what could be the catalyst or kindlingthat brings about such a worldwide conflict and plunges the world into total waré Leadingup to WW I it was an assassination that lead
to that eventual massive conflict. Could thesame thing happen todayé And what role will a weakened America play at the hands of anineffective and weak leader that has an abysmal foreign policy and zero military experienceéAnd honestly, who's side is President Obama really oné What if Russian President Vladimir Putin wereto have the Ukrainian president knocked off like he may have had a hand in oppositionleader Boris Nemtsov's demiseé Would the world look at that and say enough is enough andtake sidesé Or what could happen if militant terroristssuch as ISIS acquire a nuclear weaponé But
who is ISIS really. Did we not create themby meddling in the Middle East. And what is the point of having a global World War 3é What does a World War doé In its most basicform, it changes the world. What did World War 1 doé In was the end of the age of empires.It was the end of the AustroHungarian empire and more importantly it was the end of theOttoman Empire which had lasted for more than 6 centuries. World War 2 was to bring Germany to powerto control all of Europe and Japan to control the Pacific region. Fortunately, both of thoseobjectives failed, but it still changed Europe,
ushering in the European Union and guess whocontrols that, Germany. And what would a World War 3 doé It wouldfinally usher in a global government under the pretense that we can't go on fightingwars like this any longer, that is after it kills probably half the world's population.It would be dark, it would be nuclear and it would be devastating. And it's all aboutpower. When the world is in turmoil as it is now,it turned to world war twice in the past. Will it completely destroy the planeté Probablynot. Will it usher in global government. Probably. Will you be able to do anything about itéProbably not. You may however be able to stock
up on some foodstuffs if you are in a remotepart of your own country where invading armies are not all that concerned about controlling,but eventually, there will be almost nothing you can do. That is one of the predictions of World War3.
Why Mars Died and Earth Lived
The Mars rover, Curiosity, is the latest ina long line of missions to Marsâ€¦ Landers sent to scoop its soil and study itsrocks, orbiters sent to map its valleys and ridges. They are all asking the same question. Did liquid water once flow on this dry anddusty worldé Did it support life in any formé And are there remnants left to findé The science that comes out of these missionsmay help answer a much larger, more philosophical questionâ€¦
Is our planet Earth the norm, in a galaxyrun through with lifebearing planetsé Or is Earth a rare gem, with a unique makeupand history that allowed it to give rise to living thingsé On Mars, Curiosity has spotted pebbles andother rocks commonly associated with flowing water. It found them down stream on what appearsto be an ancient river fan, where water flowed down into Gale Crater. This shows that at some point in the past,Mars had an atmosphere, cloudy skies, and
liquid water flowing. So what could have turned it into the desolateworld we know todayé One process that very likely played a rolegoes by the unscientific name, â€œsputtering.â€� Like the other planets in our solar system,Mars is lashed by highenergy photons from the Sun. When one of these photons enters the atmosphereof a planet, it can crash into a molecule, knocking loose an electron and turning itinto an ion. The solar wind brings something else: a giantmagnetic field.
When part of the field grazes the planet,it can attract ions and launch them out into space. Another part might fling ions right into theatmosphere at up to a thousand kilometers per second. The ions crash into other molecules, sendingthem in all directions like balls in a game of pool. Over billions of years, this process couldhave literally stripped Mars of its atmosphere, especially in the early life of the solarsystem when the solar wind was more intense
than it is today. Sputtering has actually been spotted directlyon another dead planet, Venus. The Venus Express mission found that solarwinds are steadily stripping off lighter molecules of hydrogen and oxygen. They escape the planet on the night side,then ride solar breezes on out into space. This process has left Venus with an atmospheredominated by carbon dioxide gas, a heat trapping compound that has helped send surface temperaturesup to around 400 degrees Celsius. The loss of Venus' atmosphere likely tookplace over millions of years, especially during
solar outbursts known as coronal mass ejections. If these massive blast waves stripped Venusand Mars of an atmosphere capable of supporting lifeâ€¦ how did Earth avoid the same grimfateé We can see the answer as the solar storm approachesearth. Â Our planet has what Mars and Venus lack a powerful magnetic field generated deep withinits core. Â This protective shield deflects many of the highenergy particles launched by the Sun.
Terraforming Can We Turn Mars Into Earth 20
In some ways, Mars kinda sounds like a cool place to live, doesn't ité The red soil, the craters, the dormant volcanoes. Seems pretty scenic And, if you chose the right real estate, You could use one of the Viking Landers as, like, a lawn ornament, or something But, of course, you'd have to be okay with temperatures around minus sixty, An unbreathable atmosphere, and deadly doses of radiation Which, for most people, are kind of dealbreakers
But, technology can do some fantastic stuff And scientists who study terraforming, the science of transforming a planet to support human life, Have put a lot of thought into changing these things Turns out, with a few centuries worth of effort, we might be able to make Mars habitable for humans But, I'm not gonna lie to you, it would be really, really, hard A whole bunch of major things would have to change Most importantly, Mars needs an Earthlike atmosphere There are a few theories about how to create one
And they have a lot to do with the planet's history In its younger days, about 4 billion years ago, Mars was actually pretty similar to Earth It was warm, and wet, and had something of an atmosphere That's because the Martian soil absorbed a lot of carbon dioxide and nitrogen that was floating around in the air But, then, active volcanoes recycled those materials by baking them out of the soil So, they could be absorbed again The result of this was an atmosphere that mostly stayed put Asteroids that kept hitting the planet helped out too, keeping it nice and warm
And, back then, Mars had a magnetosphere, A planetary magnetic field that protected the atmosphere from being stripped away by solar winds But, then the planet cooled, and lost its magnetosphere There were fewer asteroid collisions, and its volcanoes stopped erupting Without all that help, Mars' surface absorbed a lot of the compounds from its atmosphere And lost most of what was left to solar winds, Leaving a freezing, dry, barren, world Sounds pretty bleak, I know
But, given what we know about Mars' history, With a little tweaking, we might be able to bring that atmosphere back Basically, we need to start a massive global warming effect Something that humans seem pretty good at And scientists have come up with three main ways to do it The first, and easiest, way might be to just build factories That would basically turn carbon, fluorine, and sulfur in the Martian soil into greenhouse gasses And pump them into the atmosphere
This would unlock one of Mars' greatest assets when it comes to warming things up: The think layer of dry ice, or frozen carbon dioxide, that covers its south pole An initial burst of greenhouse gasses could cause this ice to sublime directly into vapor Releasing carbon dioxide gas that would help trap more heat from the sun In turn, releasing more greenhouse gasses But, all that would take a while, and it would be tough to supply those facories with the resources they'd need So, another method might be to build giant, 200kilometer wide mirrors in space They'd reflect sunlight onto the Martian icecaps,