Washington (US) – National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), United States has published a report on lunar wobble in 2030. The report said, ‘Global climate change has been a cause of extreme weather conditions for last few years. The ice is melting in Antarctica, leading to a rise in the water level of the cities in the coastal areas. The resembling climate change may occur on the moon as well. In 2030, the rising sea levels due to global warming will be accompanied by the lunar wobble. It will lead to devastating floods on the earth’.
A ‘wobble’ in the moon’s orbit could result in record flooding in the 2030s, new study finds https://t.co/Z6nAtxEeBB
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The report adds, ‘the sea tides will be 2 feet higher than usual. Low-lying areas would be increasingly at risk. Such a situation may arise frequently in the next 10 years’.