This impressive video will show how the Earth will look like in a billion years.
It’s hard to imagine what it would look like, then it must have been even harder to make a video out of it.
YouTube channel RealLifeLore posted the video, which shows their estimates for the planet, which are both disturbing and mind-blowing at the same time.
The video show 10,000 years into the future, which claims humans will face a huge technology meltdown.
The video explains:
Software that encodes the AD calendar year as a four digital decimal will no longer be able to encode dates starting at 10,000 AD.
It will be a real Y10K.
Around this time, everything has changed, from Earth’s life-time to people’s genetic evolvement.
Earth will fall into a whole new glacial period, which results in disappearance of Niagara Falls and the lakes on the Canadian Shield.
If you are planning to skip 100,000 years then the star constellations will also be completely different compared to the present.
And if you want to skip further, 250,000 years, the landscape starts to change and the Lo-ihi Volcano will be seen emerging out of the sea.
If you plan to skip further into the future, according to experts, the Earth will be hit by a huge asteroid and this could be stopped by human intervention.
In two million years, the Grand Canyon will have eroded into a cavern and apparently humans will have left to set up homes on other planets.
In 10 million years’ time, East Africa will have broken off forming a new ocean basin, and at 50 million years hell will break loose when Mars disastrously collides with its moon.
The video’s authors explained:
Plate tectonic movements will stop at this point, and carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere will decrease dramatically.
C3 photosynthesis will no longer be possible at this point and 99% of current plant life on Earth will die.
The video added:
The surface temperature on Earth will rise to a sweltering 117 degrees Fahrenheit 47 degrees Celsius on average.
The atmosphere will turn into a moist greenhouse and the world’s oceans will evaporate away.
Pockets of liquid water may still exist at the Earth’s poles, however, which means that they will probably become the last bastion of life on our planet.
Watch the video below to learn more: