We’re well past time to begin the active management of our climate controls.
Our quest for clean water has affected the weight and balance of our space ship.
By Aara’L Yarber
June 27, 2023 at 6:00 a.m. EDT
Humans have used enough groundwater to shift Earth’s tilt
Pumping groundwater for drinking and irrigation has had a noticeable effect on the entire planet, data show.
Many people might imagine Earth’s shape as a perfect sphere, but it’s not; it’s an oblate spheroid, with high mountains and deep ocean trenches that distribute mass unevenly and make the planet resemble a lumpy potato. The whole thing is also spinning like a top, and if you move enough mass from one place to another, the planet will wobble as it spins.
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