Until recently, it was believed that the disappearance of the Arctic and Antarctic glaciers occurs as a result of global climate change. But now scientists from the UK have concluded that the warming of the poles comes from within, which is why they destroy themselves. Scientists around the globe are monitoring the situation at the North and South Poles. Over the last twenty years, the ice sheets are rapidly disappearing.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) monitors climate change in the Arctic through a meteorological satellite. They said that the ice sheet in the Arctic Ocean as a whole has decreased to a record minimum in 34 years. This is the entire period of observations.
Last year, for the first time during the period of long-term observations, scientists noticed that 2 large chunks of ice broke apart from this ice reserve.
Until recently, it was believed that the North and South Poles disappear as a result of global warming.
However, at this time, researchers from the UK have reported that a source of heat has been found in the East of Antarctica, which is located deep underground. In turn, this suggests that the South Pole is self-destructing. Studies were performed according to the indications of the measuring tools on board of an aircraft. When the scientists left the coast at a sufficient distance, they used a special radar that penetrated three kilometers deep under the ice to transmit what was happening inside.
At the moment, we can assume that the scientific instruments have identified radioactive sources and hot springs erupting underground. It is quite possible that there could be a huge red-hot rock that moves up the earth’s mantle. Of course, the heat emission is high, which ultimately leads to the melting of the Antarctic glaciers deep inside. Warm waters gradually fill the cavities under the ice, forming entire lakes.
According to the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, Russian researchers are not surprised by this news.
Researchers believe that because of the mysterious underground sources of heat, glaciers would begin to melt millions of years ago, therefore, it would be incorrect to say that just a few years later both poles would become a big warm swamp. Only the next generations will be able to experience climate change.
But such an experiment can radically change the scientist’s believe that Antarctica consists of ancient frozen sheets that experience no active internal processes that could affect the glaciers.