These geological disasters — landslides, earthquakes, floods, tsunami, blizzards, volcanic eruptions, etc. can cause a lot of losses; property losses, financial losses, or even a loss of a family. We usually get a glimpse of these kinds of disasters in a super slow motion movie (very dramatic). But along with these movies or in any theatrical plays, we somehow get amazed by the visual effects, the CGI, the audiovisuals and so on and so forth.
But in reality, we tend to forget the real situation here of what could happen in the near future. Among with these geological disasters given, one of the most deadly natural disasters, according to The New York Times article written by Tara Bahrampour, is the Heat Wave. What is a heat wave? A heat wave is a time of anomaly sweltering climate that is tagged along by high-level humidity. Heat waves are caused by extremely hot, stale air masses.
There has been a report last 27th of July 2018 at 07:09 PM by Agence France-Presse from inquirer.net that heat waves from the Arctic to Japan are deadly increasing around the world due to climate change. For all the people who have read the news or have heard of it — This has been the hottest July for no less than 250 years in Sweden, where indigenous Sami reindeer herders have been among those most exceedingly awful hit by an exceptional drought and also destroying out of control fires.
While California has additionally indented up record temperatures of up to 48.9 C in Chino, many individuals have passed on in Japan in what authorities have called an “unprecedented” heatwave. I have never felt frightened and scared as before while reading the news but it came out as a blow that made me more awake. It’s a wake-up call for everyone around the globe that these disasters are coming to us.