High temperature in USA, helicopters cannot fly

High temperature in USA, helicopters cannot fly

Jakarta – Warmth wave continued alongside the west coast of the USA, inflicting file temperatures. Within the Nationwide Park Dying ValleyCalifornia, temperatures rose to harmful ranges, resulting in the dying of a motorcyclist. Including to the hazard, the air grew to become so sizzling that helicopters had issue staying within the air. That is unhealthy … Read more

European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter Captures Stunning Images of Sun’s Unusual Behavior

European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter Captures Stunning Images of Sun’s Unusual Behavior

The unusual behavior of the sun was captured on the ESA camera. PHOTO/IFL Science BERLIN – The European Space Agency’s Solar Orbiter has captured stunning images of unexpected behavior in the lower atmosphere sun Also Read – Extreme heat temperature 50.4 degrees Celsius Moroccan grilled The Solar Corona, the region around the Sun, is an … Read more

The Impact of Ocean Heat Waves on Biodiversity and Climate Change

The Impact of Ocean Heat Waves on Biodiversity and Climate Change

The oceans have absorbed 90% of the excess heat produced by carbon pollution from human activities since the beginning of the industrial era. Photo/Down Earth LISBON – Ocean has absorbed 90% of the excess heat generated by carbon pollution from human activities since the beginning of the industrial era. As a result, heat wave the … Read more

Factors that Make You More Susceptible to Mosquito Bites: Biological and Environmental Factors

Factors that Make You More Susceptible to Mosquito Bites: Biological and Environmental Factors

Everyone has felt mosquito bite, but only the intensity of the bite is different. There are people who are rare and there are also those who are often bitten by mosquito. Maybe some of the Beauties are wondering why this could happen. Basically, mosquitoes have an interest in everyone and as reported by CNA Lifestyle, … Read more

The Impact of Rising Ocean Temperatures on Shark Behavior and Marine Ecosystems

The Impact of Rising Ocean Temperatures on Shark Behavior and Marine Ecosystems

The temperature of the world’s oceans is getting hotter, it turns out that sharks, which are known as ferocious predators, become easily angry. Photo/Daily Mail LONDON – Temperature ocean in a world that is getting hotter, it turns out to make sharks known as ferocious predators so easily angry. This shows that the rise in … Read more

Extreme Heatwave in Saudi Arabia: Temperatures Soar to 50 Degrees Celsius

Extreme Heatwave in Saudi Arabia: Temperatures Soar to 50 Degrees Celsius

Riyadh – Hot temperatures like ‘hell’ whack Arab Saudi. Unmitigated, the heat in Saudi Arabia can reach 50 degrees Celsius! Extreme heatwaves are still ravaging Saudi Arabia and beyond, with temperatures expected to soar by up to 50 degrees Celsius across the country from earlier this week. According to the Saudi National Meteorological Center (NCM), … Read more

China Faces Record-Breaking Heat Wave: Temperatures Soar and Citizens Suffer

China Faces Record-Breaking Heat Wave: Temperatures Soar and Citizens Suffer

Jakarta – Recently, China has had the hottest days in its history. The National Climate Center (NCC) records that the average temperature in China is 40 degrees Celsius. Beijing is the region most affected by the heat wave. Followed by several other regions such as Hebei and Tianjin. “From June 21-23, 22 weather observation points … Read more

Extreme Heat Across Asia Raises Concerns about Climate Adaptation

Extreme Heat Across Asia Raises Concerns about Climate Adaptation

Jakarta – Countries across Asia have been hit by extreme heat that has broken seasonal temperature records across the region. This raises concerns about their ability to adapt to a rapidly changing climate. After a devastating heatwave that swept across much of the continent in April, temperatures spiked again in late May. With the highest … Read more

“Climate Change Causing Deadly Heat Wave in South Asia: World Weather Attribution Study Finds”

“Climate Change Causing Deadly Heat Wave in South Asia: World Weather Attribution Study Finds”

Jakarta – A heat wave is burning parts of South Asia this April 2023. Scientists say this is at least 30 times more likely to be caused by climate change. These findings were revealed by a rapid study of international scientists who are members of the World Weather Attribution. At monitoring stations in parts of … Read more