Since India has only experienced one of the hottest September in the last 100 years, this is a while by…
Since India has only experienced one of the hottest September in the last 100 years, this is a while by researchers who say that cool blues have disappeared and replaced by a wave of infinite heat
Over 80 percent of the world’s population over the past 50 years lives in a fever that simply refuses to decline. One can call this generation that grew with a new atmosphere; badly injured by humans. In April 201
7, researchers from Climate Central released an international association of researchers and journalists who reported and investigated climate change – released a stunning chart showing a month-on-month increase since 1880. “It’s not been a cool month of 628 months.” Climate Central crashed massive data from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in a sharp unilateral chart showing months of higher temperatures than the baseline of the average global temperatures between 1881 (coincidentally with the industrial revolution ) and 1910 in red color.
The blue color represented relatively colder months. Finally, the chart looked completely red. Over the past 50 years, each month reported warmer than the early industrial baseline. Brian Kahn of Climate Central said, “Cool blues have disappeared and replaced by a wave of infinite heat. Climate change is likely to continue the string of warmer than normal months in the foreseeable future as temperatures continue to march upward.”
Seven months before compiled researchers from Reading University in the United Kingdom 167 maps of the annual global temperature page of 1850-2016 pages. These maps showed global historical surface temperature anomalies relative to a baseline 1961-1990. There was a similar conclusion: continuous increase in annual surface temperature. But it gave a different trend: surface temperatures had risen dramatically, especially since the 1990s.
For Indians, and to a certain extent people from all continents, it did not come as a surprise. Since this period, the world had reported the warmest years in rapid succession. Since 1992, heat waves have killed 22 562 people in India. In the past 23 years, India had fewer than 393 deaths each year due to heat waves. Between 1992 and 2004, the annual death benefit was crossed 1,000 twice in 1995 and 1998. After that, more than 1,000 people died in seven heat waves. The worst summer in terms of the large number of accidents was in 2015 when 2,422 people died. So far, 1998 was the warmest year in a century.
The temperature of July 2016 on global land and ocean surfaces was about 1.57 ° F above the 60’s 60.4 ° F in the 60’s. At a time when each month appeared to break a few climate records, it was not until July 1880- 2016, exceeded the previous record set in 2015 by 0.11 ° F, the previous record holder for the hottest month on record. July 2016 marked 40th of July in a row with temperatures that were at least nominal over the 20th century. July 1976 was the last time global soil and sea temperatures were below average. July 2016 had the lowest monthly global temperature drop from the average since August 2015 and the bottom to August 2015 as the 15th highest monthly temperature drop in all months (1639) on record.
Science had definitely diagnosed the fever; It was also safe by now that the earth was under heating for more than a century. For over four decades, the debate was whether the warming was “natural” or “human induced”. The scientific basis for this doubt about attribution is the fact that the earth passed through alternative cooling and heating phases. The Ice Age was the most striking arguments thrown around to convince that the current warming power was completely natural. However, there was not much scientific proof of the judgment that global warming was due to human factors. And the climate deviations were a result of these factors.
Earth’s climate is a complex, interactive system consisting of atmosphere, land, snow and living things. like you and me and the beautiful trees and tigers. The climate’s atmospheric component naturally characterizes the climate; The climate is generally defined as “average weather”. As such, climate change and weather are intertwined. Observations can show that weather changes have occurred, and it is statistics of changes in weather over time that identify climate change. The climate system is developing in time under the influence of its own internal dynamics. It can also develop due to changes in external factors that affect the climate – these factors are called “force”. External “forcings” include natural phenomena such as volcanic eruptions and solar variations as well as human induced changes in the chemical composition of the atmosphere.
Let’s first understand the groundwork for the Earth’s climate system because it just ran global climate change policy: who caused it and who is held responsible? Radiative energy from the sun drives the climate system. About 30 percent of the sunlight reaching the top of the atmosphere is reflected in space. About two thirds of this reflection is due to clouds and small particles in the atmosphere known as “aerosols”. Bright surfaces of the Earth’s surface – mainly snow, ice and deserts – reflect the remaining sunlight.
The energy that is not reflected back to space is absorbed by the earth’s surface and atmosphere and amounts to approximately 240 watts per square meter (W / sqm). To balance the incoming energy, the Earth itself must radiate, on average, the same amount of energy back to space. Earth does it by emitting outgoing long wave radiation. Everything on earth emits continuous long-wave radiation. The warmer the object, the more heat energy it radiates.
To deliver 240 W / sqm, an area must have a temperature of -19 ° C. This is much colder than the actual conditions on the earth’s surface. The necessary -19 ° C is approximately 5 km above the surface. So, how is the earth warmer?
This issue led to the discovery of the greenhouse effect, and also to tear up the human causes of global warming. Ed Hawkins, who worked for the UK National Center for Atmospheric Science, wrote: “In the 1820s, the French mathematician Joseph Fourier tried to understand the various factors that affect the temperature of the earth. But he found a problem – according to his estimates, the earth should have been a Iceboll. The most obvious factor, the sun, did not seem to provide enough energy to raise the temperature of the Earth above freezing. Fourier’s initial ideas that there must be additional energy from the Earth’s core or from the outer space temperature were rejected soon. Fourier then realized that The atmosphere, which at first seemed transparent, could play a crucial role. “
Earth’s global average temperature is about 14 ° C. This is due to the presence of gases that function as a partial blanket for the long-wave radiation coming from the surface.
This coverage is called the natural greenhouse effect.
The glass walls in a garden space reduce the airflow and increase the temperature of the air inside. Analogously, but through another physical process, the Earth’s greenhouse effect warms the planet’s surface. Without the natural greenhouse effect, the average temperature at the surface of the earth would be below the freezing point of water. The natural greenhouse effect of the soil thus makes life as we know possible. And global warming had other unnatural reasons. Let’s go deep into the story of how we came to this conclusion.
(This story was published in Climate Change Now the book titled “The Immoral Posulates of Science”)
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