The Gulf Stream stream, which makes the monsoon stronger in India, has been seen as the weakest in the last 1000 years. Since then, environmentalists from all over the world have been scared about the dangers arising in the future. Scientists believe that the Atlantic Ocean’s waters are slowly weakening due to the increasing effects of global warming. Due to this hot water, many ports of Europe including Britain, France, Norway, and Denmark remain open throughout the year. If this current becomes extinct or its temperature decreases, ice age may occur in most countries of the Northern Hemisphere, including the whole of Europe.
Due to the weakening of the Gulf Stream, the ice age may enter Europe
Scientists say that when average temperatures are rising almost everywhere in the world. Then, a large part of the Atlantic Ocean in the south-east of Greenland is becoming increasingly cold. Scientists worry that this will cause the delicate balance of temperatures in the Atlantic Ocean to cool from hot. The weakening of Atlantic streams can cause rapid changes in temperature and weather patterns. Due to which there may be terrible storms in many countries, the rapid rise in sea level in many places, and very low rainfall. If there is less rain, there may be changes in the desert areas in many parts of the world.
Weather patterns will change in a dangerous way all over the world
The Gulf Stream is actually a warm stream, originating from the Gulf of Mexico hundreds of feet below sea level, and travels to many countries in Western Europe. Scientists consider it to be a giant river that no human would have seen with their own eyes. Even if all the freshwater rivers of the world merge together, this stream flows more than that. It is the most powerful water stream in the world which has the power to influence global weather and temperature. Due to this, the air flowing in many continents is affected. Many countries may have to face severe drought if this stream diverts the wind trend with them.
Scientists told that monstrous changes, coastal areas will be drowned
A study published last week reported that the northern part of the Gulf Stream and deep-sea currents indicate that it may weaken further in the coming years. Peter de Menocal, president and director of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, said that we are not accepting this as true. Because if it does, then it is only a demonic change. With this, many parts of America and Europe will be submerged under the seawater. Indeed, the Gulf Stream stream in Europe is known as the Atlantic Meridional Oververting Circulation (AMOC) in the language of scientists. Now, scientists have feared that the AMOC has weakened in the region, based on the snow and sea sediment of the region.
There will be a severe drought in America and Africa
Scientists fear that temperatures in some parts of Europe may fall below about 15 degrees Celsius compared to today’s average temperatures. After which icy conditions like North America and Europe will become the Arctic. Parts of North Africa and northern South America will be much drier due to lack of rain. In the recent few years, scientists have already recorded the least rainfall in these areas. This is strengthening their prospects.
India will also have a bad effect
The Gulf Stream stream also has a significant impact on the Indian Ocean. In such a situation, if there is a change in the temperature of this powerful water stream, then India is bound to be affected by it. The entire agricultural economy of India is based on monsoon rains. The whole of India remains green throughout the year due to rain from July to September. In such a situation, if the monsoon will be affected by the change in the Gulf Stream, it will have a direct impact on the agriculture and coastal areas of India.