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What is a  “Termination-Level Transition”?   Is The End of the World Near?

A termination-level transition (TLT) is defined as  a rapid and abrupt change in the Earth's climate system. 

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They have been brought on by a variety of causes, including modifications to the Earth's orbit, volcanic eruptions, and adjustments to the atmosphere's concentration of greenhouse gases.

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TLTs may drastically alter the planet's ecosystems. Large creatures like mammoths and mastodons were extinct as a result of the last TLT, which happened roughly 12,000 years ago.

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Climate change is both caused by and communicated by methane. Presently, the change in methane level mirrors the conditions during major flips; the real reason for this methane behavior is yet to be discovered.

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Due to climate change, scientists are worried that another TLT may be on the horizon. The atmosphere of the Earth is currently warming faster than it has in millions of years.

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There may be no turning back and the Earth may enter a TLT if we do nothing to limit greenhouse gas production. 

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The good news is that there is still time to stop a TLT from happening. This worst-case situation can be avoided if we take steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions right away.

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