Chapter 16: Model Worlds
This chapter presents captain Fitzroy who launches the weather services where the globe is deemed as a spinning dishpan. Thus, the key issues that Tim presents in this chapter are: Testing the ten GCMs, the Stevenson’s box with the embarrassing skeptics, the predicting Pinatubo, spitting ancestors and the regional predictions in climatology.
Chapter 17: Commitment and the Approaching Extreme Danger
In this chapter, Flannery presents the planetary 50 years of total catch up and the real cost of fin-backed Chevrolets. The major issues discussed in this chapter include: The effect of industries on oceans in 1970’s, the commitment of geographers that is extended by Dubya George considerably and the threshold of danger that comes with climatic changes in oceans.
Chapter 18: Leveling the Mountains
Flannery presents disappearance of snow of mountains such as Kilimanjaro which are termed as the submerging islands in the skies; if anyone is at the peak of these mountains, there is nowhere to go. Furthermore, this chapter explains the dreadful degree of certainties, the golden bowerbirds, kangaroos and the green ringtails that present the loss of the globe heritage.
Chapter 19: How can they keep on Moving?
Tim, in this chapter presents the trees species which are saved by the long continent migrations to Montreal from Florida.