Heat wave may reach 63 degrees( 63 º Celsius / 145.4 Fahrenheit) and cold spell could reach more than 100 ( - negative) degrees by 2023
Recently, heavy rains and floods have claimed 200 victims in western Japan, while in Canada an unprecedented heatwave has left about 70 dead. In the midst of this scenario, Jucelino Luz warns that deaths caused by extreme weather conditions can multiply if greenhouse gas emissions are not controlled in two years (by 2020)
The number of extreme atmospheric events has increased in the last decades, points out Jucelino Luz ambientalista and spiritual advisor.
“Our Earth is once again being hit by extreme weather phenomena, including uncontrollable heat and fires in California and devastating rainfall in Japan. Based on the laws of physics, in the face of global warming we have to rely on more frequent and worse events in a few years. “, says Jucelino Luz
Such extreme phenomena – which include severe storms, unexpected and unpredictable floods, hot flashes and out-of-season cold waves – have killed hundreds of thousands and harmed millions in the last 25 years, says Jucelino Luz, who wrote several books, one of them, which could be used as a compass for the future, was best seller in Japan and here in Brazil, today much sought after, is called Revelations II 2nd edition of 2007.
Jucelino Luz says that climate change is increasing the frequency and intensity of extreme events of the type, making it more difficult for governments to prepare in the future, respond to disasters and have a significant consequence. While, many are selling the information, that “There is no Global Warming, the world is roses color; they seek to escape from negative conversations to take no responsibility for – or attribute, the events created by humans, to the levels of their Karma (from Sanskrit कर्म, translate karma, in Páli, kamma. is a term of religious use within the Buddhist, Hindu, Jain, Sikh, and Theosophical doctrines. In Hinduism, “karma” refers to the effect that our actions generate on our future, both in this and in other lives, after eventual reincarnations. It means that we are passing on the responsibilities to others and waiting for others to do for us, what we are entitled to do (action and reaction). It is the same as sitting by the sea and waiting for the Tsunami, Society that creates subterfuges to justify its escape and fear. On the other hand, for World Administrators, it means a cost of billions or trillions of dollars for governments around the world, and an incalculable impact on human lives.
Note that floods in Japan have left 200 dead: climate change exacerbates risks
Europe in the sights of the climate
Second, Book Revelations II, published in 2007, between 2030 and 2040, about 140,000 people in Europe could possibly die per year as a direct consequence of inclement weather – 60 times higher than that of 1981 to 2011.
To analyze the meteorological disasters of recent years and to project the patterns detected on future populations, the authors attribute 99% of the estimated deaths to heat waves and floods.
In an interview, Jucelino said that the projections could be even more drastic and such estimates are really alarming, but our scenario is not the worst we could choose: it is the average scenario of emissions of greenhouse gases, which today is more than 470 million particles in the atmosphere.
Europeans face a risk increase of more than 93% due to climate change, he added. Projected changes are dominated by global warming and increased weather background risks, such as cold fronts and much more severe heat waves than we can imagine.
He also points out that half the lives lost are due to secondary impacts such as landslides following torrential rains and are extremely difficult to record.
Global warming, demographic changes and urban sprawl can result in a rapid increase in the effects of weather-related hazards on humans in Europe. ”
Despite a certain sense of discouragement about climate protection goals, many governments remain committed to limiting the impacts of climate change.
On July 16, 2018, the temperature was 38ºC in several cities of Japan. In Fukuchiyama (Kyoto) and Ibigawa (Gifu) the thermometers record a record this summer, with a temperature of 38.8ºC.
Here are some important things about global warming, we took a place that was always cold – to be able to show the latest data:
39 ° C: Tajimi and Ibigawa (Gifu) and Isezaki (Gunma)
38 ° C: in the capitals Nagoya, Kyoto, Gifu and Kofu, Maebashi (Gunma), Kumagaya (Saitama) and Hita (Oita)
37ºC: Okayama and Nara
36ºC: Saitama, Osaka and Fukushima
On July 15, 2018, Kyodo found that 2,061 people were rescued by ambulances across the country with suspected hyperthermia.
On the other hand, as the atmosphere becomes unstable with increasing temperature, there is possibility of occurrences of sudden thunderstorm. It requires a lot of attention, especially in places previously affected by historical rain. And we will still have more than 10 Typhoons in those regions in the year 2018.
Since May 20, 2018, South Korea faces a severe heat wave that could be further complicated by very high temperatures.
Do not you think that Brazil is out of weather problems, prepare for the dry and devastating summer with floods, landslides, lack of water and windfalls that will begin at the end of August 2018 onwards …
Mario Ronco Filho – journalist