# Highly Recommended《Bran-New + What Will The World Be Liked and Heading To In Thousands Years》Curt Stager - OUR FUTURE EARTH : How The Planet Will Change In The Next 100,000 Years
This international bestseller in paperback edition is a bran-new book and a unique and eye-opening book draws on geological history to show where we are heading. It is nicely wrapped with protective book-wrapper. The original new book is sold at usual price RM64.62. Now here Only at RM25. An ambitious and already much-acclaimed new book that seeks to change the way we think about climate change. "Our Future Earth" vividly describes how the decisions made about the environment in the next decades will affect the next 100,000 years of life on the planet, and shows how far today's environmental debate is overlooking crucial long-term evidence. Paleoclimatologist Curt Stager vividly describes how the decisions we make about the environment in the 21st century will affect the next 100,000 years of life on this planet, and how today's environmental debate is missing the long-term evidence. By considering the Earth's history over millions of years, and not merely over the last couple of centuries, this book changes our understanding : ➽ Most people accept that our planet is warming and that humans played the key role in causing it. We worry about the next few hundred years, yet miss its long-term magnitude. So what will the world look like? It draws on geological evidence to show that the greatest immediate threat to humans will not be global warming, but global cooling. And the extent of human control over the environment now makes the direction of climate change a greater matter of choice than the public realises. Few of us realize the magnitude of these changes. Today , technology gives us unprecedented control over the natural world ; the qestion is how long will this last? What will the world be like in a thousand , ten thousands and a hundred thousand years' time? When that hot 'backlash' eventually happens is entirely up to us: We have already put off the next Ice Age, but whether our descendents will see an ice-free Arctic, miles of submerged coasts, or an acidified ocean can still be decided. Imagine a planet where Westerner and Eurasian navies are squaring off over shipping lanes through an acidified, ice-free Artic . Centuries later, their northern descendants retreat southwards as the recovering sea freezes over again. And later still future nations plan how to avert an approaching of ICE AGE... By burning the world's remaining fossil fuels. These are just a few of the events that are lightly to affect Earth and human civilization in the next 100,000 years. Whether we continue to pollute or rein ourselves in for the sake of future generations, the world will be vastly different. This lucid book will prompt climate sceptics, activists and everyone in between to think again about our future Earth, because the real consequences of our behaviour are set to be far more dramatic than we expect. Amazon.com Review : Product Description A bold, far-reaching look at how our actions will decide the planet’s future for millennia to come. Imagine a planet where North American and Eurasian navies are squaring off over shipping lanes through an acidified, ice-free Arctic. Centuries later, their northern descendants retreat southward as the recovering sea freezes over again. And later still, future nations plan how to avert an approaching Ice Age... by burning what remains of our fossil fuels. These are just a few of the events that are likely to befall Earth and human civilization in the next 100,000 years. And it will be the choices we make in this century that will affect that future more than those of any previous generation. We are living at the dawn of the Age of Humans; the only question is how long that age will last. Few of us have yet asked, “What happens after global warming?” Drawing upon the latest, groundbreaking works of a handful of climate visionaries, Deep Future helps us look beyond 2100 a.d. to the next hundred millennia of life on Earth. About the Author Curt Stager is an ecologist, paleoclimatologist, and science writer with a PhD in biology and geology from Duke University. He has published over three dozen articles in major journals including Science and Quaternary Research, following research into the long-term history of climate in Africa, South America and the Polar Regions. He has written for popular audiences in periodicals such as National Geographic.
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