Global climate change and its effects around the world
- Category: Reports and Articles
- Published: Wednesday, 16 December 2015 10:10
- Written by Mo Ali
The content of this article has been abstracted from the independent report “Global climate change and its effects around the world”, available to download using the link at the bottom of this page.
This article explores the reasons to why the global climate is unexpectedly changing, across different parts of the world and it effects around the world. In some parts of the worlds (northern hemisphere), the temperature is rising by a few degrees every few years throughout the four seasons. In other parts of the world (southern hemisphere), the temperature is dropping by a few degrees every few years throughout the four seasons.
What could be the possible cause of the global climate change?
There is a possibility that the northern hemisphere (North Pole) of planet earth, maybe tilting anti-clockwise towards the sun within the solar system (Fig.1 – point (A)), from it’s original position (23.5° right angle)
If the position (A) of earth axis (Fig.1) is tilting anti-clockwise towards the sun (i.e. the 23.5° earth axis angle is getting shorter) then, position (B) of the earth axis would be moving outwards/away from the sun. This would mean the maximum temperature during the summer season in the northern hemisphere (i.e. Europe) could rise beyond 30°c (approximate maximum temperature during summer season), as position (A) of earth axis would be getting closer towards the sun and the temperature would rise throughout the year.
However, the southern hemisphere (below equator - south pole) would have the opposite effect. As the earth axis point (B) gets pushed away from the sun (anti-clockwise), the temperature in countries like South Africa, Argentina and amongst others would start to drop by few degrees every few years.
If the earth axis position (A) (Fig.1) has started tilt towards the sun, the countries that exist around the equator would be slightly affected, in comparison to the countries further up in the north (e.g. UK, France, etc) and further down in the south (e.g. South Africa, etc). Countries that lie near or on the equator (i.e. Nigeria, Colombia, India etc) could reach up to the maximum temperature (approx 90°c) during the summer season because they would be the closest towards the sun during the summer season. The temperatures below the equator would drop slightly every few years, due to the dislocation of the equator position from the center of the sun down towards the south. This may result in rise of temperature in countries that lie slightly above the equator in the northern hemisphere, throughout the year.
The greatest effects of the climate change would be further up in the northern hemisphere and further down in the southern hemisphere. The pace of the temperature change would depend on the movement of the earth axis position (A) towards the sun and position (B) away from the sun.
How would global temperature change affect different parts of the world?
We can already witness some evidence of the affects of changes in the atmospheric temperature. For example, frequent floods, storms and rise in temperature during summer season in the upper northern hemisphere (i.e. Western Europe).
In the southern hemisphere (i.e. Asia, South Africa, etc) the temperature has started to drop by a few degrees every few years.
Here are some of the possible effects that upper northern hemisphere could face and should prepare to tackle.
• Rise in temperature throughout the year
• Floods during winter season
• Ice in the north pole could start to melt down due to rise in temperature
• During the summer season, sea level could drop and there could be droughts in some areas at a later stage
• New bacterias and viruses could start to develop
• More storms due to condensation caused by the rise in temperature
Here are some of the possible effects that lower southern hemisphere could face and should prepare to tackle.
• Drop in atmospheric temperature throughout the year
• Winters could get colder every year, leading to icy roads & snow
• Agricultural sector would be affected, due to drop in temperature
• More patients due to cold weather and un-insulated homes without heatings
Countries further down the southern hemisphere should start to prepare to tackle these predicted natural disasters, to reduce the effects of climate change.
This independent report is just a predication based on learning from science on and beyond earth, as well as geography. There is no proven evidence to support the content of this report.