Helsinki: We all have seen that nature has undergone major changes. Frequent natural changes due to modernity directly affect human life. Due to global warming, the temperature of the Earth is increasing, and its side effects are appearing in the form of natural disasters. But, it has been revealed that an icy and cold part of the Earth is warming up four times faster than the rest of the planet. Due to this, scientists are worried. This change can shake the entire system. This rising heat on the Earth is a warning of a great crisis to come in the future. In fact, we have faced many natural calamities in the past few years. This shocking information was revealed in new research published on Thursday.
Rising heat will have a big impact on human life. According to the information, the climate model is trying to reduce the rate of polar heating. The research concluded that the Arctic has warmed four times faster than the rest of the planet over the past 40 years. Due to this, we will have to face big problems in the future. This will have a direct impact on humans. Accurate astronomical measurements also showed that a day on Earth was suddenly getting longer, but scientists had no idea about it.
The United Nations Climate Science Panel said in a special report in 2019 that the Arctic is warming 'twice as fast as the global average due to a process known as Arctic Amplification. Due to this, sea ice is melting and absorbing heat. Due to this, the Earth is warming faster than before. For this reason, We see reports of cracks in the ground and the mountains in many places.
On the one hand, a day on Earth is suddenly getting longer. Scientists are also worried about this, and it will have a big impact on human life. Most seriously, it will affect time and our modern life. This can also significantly affect GPS and other technologies. The rotation of the Earth on its axis – which determines the length of a day – has been accelerating over the last few decades. Days are getting shorter due to this trend. June 2022 broke the record for the shortest day in the last half-century.
Scientists have reported that the Arctic is warming rapidly. Researchers from Norway and Finland team analyzed four sets of temperature data from satellites in 1979. In it, scientists found that, on average, the Arctic is warming by 0.75 degrees Celsius per decade, about four times more than the rest of the Earth. Researchers believed that the Arctic was warming twice as fast as the rest of the Earth, but a study published in Nature Communications Earth and Environment indicated four times the rate.
Worryingly, temperatures in some parts of the Arctic Ocean have increased sevenfold. According to study co-author and Finnish meteorologist Antti Lipponen, humans are responsible for climate change. As the Arctic warms, glaciers will melt, affecting the water levels of the world's oceans. It has also been revealed that the Greenland ice sheet holds enough water to raise the ocean's water level by about six meters.