Pandemic pneumonia outbreak, Antarctic hot 20 degrees, 400 billion grasshoppers ‘invasion’: Is our Earth right now?

When China is facing vWith COVID-19 virus, the rest of the world is also “fighting” continuously, not anywhere “at peace” at all.

Have you ever wanted to come Antarctic and curl up like a penguin. But for now, it’s only a step away because the Antarctic temperature has exceeded 20 degrees Celsius. Just a few days ago, Brazilian scientists recorded the temperature on Seymour Island, Antarctica, at 20.75 degrees Celsius, higher than the record 19.8 degrees Celsius recorded in January 1982.

After reading the results, the scientists were stunned “We recognize the trend of warming but have never recorded a special situation like this.”.

Not only in Antarctica, but also in the north of Moscow experienced the hottest January in 141 years. Not only has the average temperature increased, but the snowfall has decreased by 20%.

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Scientists have measured record temperatures in Antarctica for the past 38 years.

The grasshopper disaster has affected Africa for 25 years. Grasshoppers covered the air, obscuring the sun. Traditional pesticides are also useless in this case.

They have millions of them and can stretch up to 60km. Humans cannot kill them, they cannot stop us, we are helpless against millions of grasshoppers that are “invading”. They come and go quickly. Wherever they pass, crops and vegetation are swept away, leaving the ground bare.

What’s worse is that the current grasshoppers have entered the incubation period. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, locust outbreaks may continue until June.

Maria Helena Semedo, Deputy Director of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, warned: “Countries must act together immediately, grasshoppers will not wait, they will overwhelm and cause catastrophic catastrophes.”. Currently, the grasshopper “army” has crossed the Red Sea to Pakistan and India.

Under the efforts of the people, Pakistan has had 300,000 masks and 800 protective costumes to face the worst grasshopper disaster in the past 27 years. On average, they “engulf” 35,000 people every day.

Facing the risk of not being able to harvest anything this year, the Pakistani government has sent hundreds of insecticide-spraying planes to kill grasshoppers.

In the face of 400 billion grasshoppers, 700,000 soldiers residing on the Indo-Pakistan border have to withdraw urgently because their food has been “handled” by grasshoppers. But this nightmare is just the beginning. Some experts predict that India’s grain production this year will be reduced by 30-50% because of the grasshopper disaster.

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Grasshopper disaster is a new threat to humans.

Not only that, Australia’s wildfires have killed about 1 billion wildlife.

In Spain, a storm at a speed of 120km / h created the highest wave in history: 14.8 meters. The storm was followed by heavy rains that caused floods, destroyed bridges and disrupted railway traffic. At least 9 people were killed and 4 went missing.

Canada recently suffered one of the worst snowstorms in nearly half a century. Newfoundland and Labrador almost froze.

In the Philippines, Taal volcano erupted about 90km from the capital Manila and volcanic ash spreaded from 10-15km. 300,000 people were evacuated emergency when 75 large and small earthquakes struck at the time.

On February 13 in Beijing time, a strong 7 magnitude earthquake struck the waters of the Kuril Islands, Japan. Luckily, there were no tsunamis and much influence on this country.

But the Caribbean Islands are not so lucky, a magnitude 7.7 earthquake on January 28 has caused many buildings to shake and roads collapsed.

Pandemic pneumonia outbreak Antarctic hot 20 degrees 400 billion grasshoppers invasion Is our Earth right now | Explore

Road subsidence following an earthquake in the Caribbean Islands.

On 7/2, a strange disease was discovered in Nigeri with symptoms of headache, diarrhea, fever, … The first patient died within 48 hours. 365 people were infected and 47 people died. With a population of 173 million people, Nigeria has the largest population in Africa and cannot imagine being able to control the disease.

In Brazil, scientists have discovered a mysterious virus in artificial lakes, 90% of its genes are completely new, with infinite dangers. And when the Antarctic and Arctic ice sheets melt, how many ancient viruses will be “released”? We can only hope this virus does not harm humans.

Earth has existed for billions of years and is the Earth right now?

Source: Sohu

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