Saturday, April 24, 2010
Global Warming is defined as the increase of the average temperature on Earth. As the Earth is getting hotter, disasters like hurricanes, droughts and floods are getting more frequent AND FOR SURE IT WILL LEAD TO MORE Catastrophic RESULTS OF SUCH HEAT SUCH AS VOLCANOES AND EARTHQUAKES. during the last 100 years, the average temperature of the air near the Earth´s surface has been rising a little less than 1 Celsius degree
Over the past 100 years, the average air temperature near the Earth's surface has risen a little less than 1 degree Celsius
This seems very simple for both the Palm is not the results caused by such an increase, it was responsible for the storms and floods and forest fires over the past ten years and add to the melting of ice in the polar regions and melting of ice could re-routing traffic and exchange new business in Areas adjacent to areas that were not able to cross the ice, it would be possible, but also the problem of the ice reflecting heat back into space, but after being molten .this will result in an increase of the temperature of the ground and worse by desertification (as happened in Australia and Afica)and drought in the ways of the land possible disasters that result from the fact, and indeed include serious desertification and drought and what to do for the country and world in which he spoke of such disasters and the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people and, of course, the spread of epidemics and diseases and the scarcity of food What would make it more difficult and it makes it worse, many countries will occur in which sudden changes so catastrophic that it will find yourself on the ground in the enviable situation of extreme confusion in the beginning of relief, much as they
I hope the world end all sorts of atrocities and troubles to just be one unit to face the unknown.Noteworthy that some of such crisis happened and maybe the last 3 crisis were a volcano in China,a volcano in Iceland and a quake in India.The quake in India drived about million of their homes and made them homless as refugee Do not forget, that can result in a rise in temperature of the lack of lunch, water, Anchar epidemics and diseases and may have further implications of the districts of astronomical sense that the earth expands because of the heat, and this may affect the composition and geographic in its surface and change its features and charts and extended by more attractiveness of celestial objects orbiting in astronomy and what may result from the large volcanoes and earthquakes Were affected by the attractiveness of other objects that orbit in the space
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Climate Change Contributes to Malaria Spread
But changing farming practices, migration also cause outbreaks in new areas A farmer in the Kenyan highlands stands in a field where malaria-carrying mosquitoes were discovered in 2006.
A farmer in the Kenyan highlands stands in a field where malaria-carrying mosquitoes were discovered in 2006.By Karin Rives Staff Writer
Washington — Every 30 seconds, another child dies of malaria. Each year, according to the World Health Organization, at least 1 million people perish from the disease, most of them young Africans. A new study suggests that several factors, including warmer global temperatures, may be prompting the mosquito-borne malaria parasite to migrate into previously unaffected areas.
Since the mid-1990s, scientists have been studying whether climate change is contributing to a rise in malaria in highland areas in Africa, Indonesia and Afghanistan — regions with altitudes of at least 1,200 meters that were previously spared the disease. Malaria parasites won’t develop in a mosquito when temperatures dip below 15 degrees Celsius, which historically kept residents in the highlands safe.
But that began to change in the mid-1900s, when high-altitude communities in East Africa started to experience malaria outbreaks at an ever-increasing rate. In the past few decades, malaria has also invaded highland regions in countries such as Madagascar and Papua New Guinea. Those nations, along with Indonesia, Afghanistan and East African countries, all experienced a rise in temperatures in the past decade, research by the Goddard Institute for Space Studies shows.
In a recent article in the Quarterly Review of Biology, Luis Fernando Chaves of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and Constantianus Koenraadt of Wageningen University in The Netherlands concluded that there is “robust” evidence that climate plays a role in the spread of malaria. But local farming practices and socio-economic factors, they found, may play an equally important role.Insecticide-treated bed nets are effective protection against malaria.Insecticide-treated bed nets are effective protection against malaria.“Overemphasizing the importance of climate is misleading for setting a research agenda, even one which attempts to understand climate change impacts on emerging malaria patterns,” the scientists wrote.
What’s needed now, the two scientists say, is a broadened research agenda that looks at how climate interacts with other factors — such as the introduction of maize or rice crops, which offer mosquitoes a good habitat. Only then, they said, will a true and complete picture emerge of how malaria spreads through a world with a changing climate.
“Migration and population increase, for example, are often cited as alternative explanations for changes in malaria patterns,” Koenraadt wrote in a recent posting to an online malaria information forum. “But why do these occur? What drives people to move from one place to the other? It may well be that devastating rains or extreme droughts, that themselves may be the result of climatic change, lead to crop losses that eventually force populations to move to urban centers, affecting disease risk in the end.”
Such complexity, he added, “calls for much more interaction among climate scientists, ecologists, epidemiologists, sociologists and economists.”
Omar may Allah be pleased with him: not the best in people who are not intelligent advisors, and the best in people who do not like the intelligent advisors.
The prophets peace be upon them at the top of humility, Idriss peace be upon him was a tailor, David peace be upon him was a blacksmith Moses worked as a shipard why they did not say that they were chosen by God and they will not work or do any business except for what suits them.
Abu Bakr, may Allah be pleased with him said, "We found generosity in piety, and rich in certainty, and honor in humility"
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