A Crazy Apocalyptic Vision of The Inversion Of Earth's Magnetic Poles

A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles

Gallery: Most scientists discard the possibility of a massive extinction if Earth's magnetic field reverses its current orientation. That hasn't stopped French artist François Ronsiaux from creating these images of one completely crazy and silly apocalyptic scenario: An increase of the sea level to more than 300m.

A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles
A crazy apocalyptic vision of the inversion of Earth's magnetic poles

François Ronsiaux is an artist and photographer based in Paris, France. United Land is a global photography and visual arts project that explores the notion of territoriality and man's psychoses when confronted with the possible disappearance of his vital space.

You can follow his work on his personal website and see more of the United Land project here.


Comments

    The Waterworld fantasy is just that.. A fantasy. There is simply not the volume of ice to melt the poles, and it will never ever happen. Our physical orbit around our sun and the precession of the earths wobble means that we will get a regular ice age.. Always..

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