Scientists Warn That Another ‘Biblical’ Flood Could Swipe Across The Earth Soon


Science warns that a second Biblical ‘Flood’ will hit our planet sooner than expected

Will the “biblical Flood” repeat itself in the near future? According to experts the question isn’t if it will happen, but rather when.

Soon over 100 million people would need to seek refuge into their very own versions of “Noah’s Ark.”

Remember Genesis 7:11 “In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, on the seventeenth day of the second month–on that day all the springs of the great deep burst forth, and the floodgates of the heavens were opened.”

The Deluge, by John Martin, 1834. Oil on canvas. Yale University
The Deluge, by John Martin, 1834. Oil on canvas. Yale University

According to experts, the new flood could change the future of our planet and would affect the territories of Latin America, Europe, the United States and Canada, which are territories where most of the world’s population, around 150 million people live.

Sometime in the next 35 years, the world’s most populous territories could end up flooded by rising sea levels, according to Russian scientists.

The deputy director of the Institute of Arctic and Antarctic Scientific Research, Alexander Danilov said that the biggest problem is determined by the drastic change in global temperature.

According to Danilov: “Estimates suggest that the temperature will stabilize quickly, but the level of world ocean will continue to grow for several centuries,” he added.

According to studies, by 2050, the level of the oceans could increase in height about five meters, which would bring catastrophic consequences to dozens of countries.


This “five-meter rise in sea level must be considered as a serious warning that some of the largest territories on Earth could soon become flooded.” says Natalia Riazánova, head of the Laboratory of Geoecology of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO).

According in an interview for ‘Rossiiskaya Gazeta’ Riazánova stated that among the endangered territories are the coasts of Latin America, the Eastern coast of the United States, including Florida, and Canada, and 80% of the territory of Australia. Also all major European cities, coastal cities and entire countries are at risk. In this context, researchers predict that by the mid-century, about 150 million people will have to seek refuge due to climate change.

The latest report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States warns that the year 2014 recorded the highest temperatures recorded on the Earth’s surface. In at least 20 countries, it was the warmest year in recorded history reaching the highest concentration of greenhouse gases.

Is this another wild guess by scientists or should we take action and prevent a “second Biblical flood” from happening.

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