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Heat broke all records: July 3 was the world's hottest day ever, scientists said - it is a death sentence

Pankaj Prasad
Global Warming
Global Warming

The average global temperature reached 17.01 degree Celsius on Monday due to the ongoing heat wave across the world.

The temperature is increasing continuously due to climate change. The whole world is suffering due to the increasing heat. Meanwhile, the US National Center for Environmental Prediction released a report on the heat, stating that July 3 was the hottest day ever recorded globally. Scientists said that the rising heat is not a celebration, but a death sentence for the people.

Record of seven years ago broken

Let us tell you that due to the worldwide heat wave, the average global temperature reached 17.01 degree Celsius on Monday. This temperature has left behind the previous record of 16.92 degree Celsius made in the year 2016. At the same time, South America has been battling severe heat in recent weeks. Apart from this, people in China are also facing the heat wave. The temperature here remains above 35 degree Celsius. At the same time, the temperature in North Africa has been recorded close to 50 degree Celsius. The disturbing thing is that even where it is winter, the heat is being felt.

summer heat even in winter

The report said that it is winter season in Antarctica at this time, but unusually high temperature has been recorded here. Ukraine's Vernadsky Research Base in the Argentino Islands recently broke its July temperature record with 8.7 °C.

Scientists told the reason

Britain's climate scientist Frederick Otto said about the rising temperature that this is not a milestone that we should celebrate. This is a death sentence for people. At the same time, other scientists said that climate change is responsible for this. Researchers believe that a combination of a natural weather phenomenon called El Nino and carbon dioxide emissions from humans is causing the warming. say, equatorial