MSN maps satellite in local world street using MSN Virtual Earth which is a web mapping, perhaps is possible that it can also see the world without ice just like how National Geographic visualize it in the future.
Microsoft’s Bing suite of search engines provides a service MSN maps satellite on local world street, powered by the Bing Maps.
The maps browser can display roads and transport locations, also topographically-shaded street maps for many cities around the globe. It includes specific points such as metro stations, stadiums, hospitals, and other facilities.
The present world maps based on MSN and the future world maps based on National Geographic.
A photo from National Geographic on “What the world would look like if all ice melted” a visual representation, experiment and provided an analysis of how each continent would be affected by such a catastrophic event when all the world’s ice will melt, Scientist say it would take some 5,000 years to happen.
North America: The entire Atlantic seaboard would vanish, along with Florida and the Gulf Coast if sea level rises 216 feet, according to National Geographic interactive map. Image /National Geographic