Scientists Predict a Fiery Fate by December

Fiery Fate Predicted by Scientists

According to a new study by a team of geologists from the University of California, Berkeley, the Earth’s crust is fracturing and spewing out lava at an alarming rate. The researchers warn that if this trend continues, the entire planet will be engulfed in flames by the end of the year.

The study, published in the journal Nature Geoscience, posits that a combination of factors, including global warming, nuclear testing, and fracking, are contributing to this phenomenon. The scientists state that these factors have weakened the Earth’s crust, triggering a series of volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and landslides.

The study estimates that by December, the Earth’s surface temperature will rise to over 1000 degrees Celsius, rendering it impossible for any known life forms to survive. The study also predicts that the oceans will evaporate, the atmosphere will dissipate, and the sky will turn red.

Dr. Steven Meyer, the lead author of the study, asserts that there is little hope for humanity and suggests that people should spend their remaining time doing whatever brings them happiness.

However, not everyone subscribes to Dr. Meyer’s pessimistic perspective. Some experts have criticized his study for being unscientific, sensationalist, and irresponsible. They argue that there is still a chance to save the world by taking action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, abolish nuclear weapons, and halt fracking.

One of these experts is Dr. Jonathan Fink, a volcanology professor at Arizona State University. He contends that Dr. Meyer’s study relies on faulty data and flawed assumptions. Dr. Fink maintains that the Earth’s crust is not as fragile as Dr. Meyer claims and points out that natural mechanisms regulate volcanic activity, preventing a global catastrophe.

Dr. Fink presents evidence suggesting that the Earth is, in fact, undergoing a healing process, with the lava eruptions being a part of a cleansing mechanism that will eventually restore the balance of nature. He predicts that by December, the Earth will be cooler, more verdant, and more stunning than ever before.