According to the world meteorological organization of the United Nations, the year 2009 was one of the hottest in history. However, scientists from the Australian Bureau of meteorology suggest that this might be the hottest year ever in the history of mankind.
In all countries of the Northern hemisphere of Earth scientists had registered an unusually high temperature.
At the moment the hottest year is 1998, when the atmospheric-air anomaly El niño, which is formed in the Pacific ocean, was the strongest.
The Chinese authorities after a week of abnormally high temperatures, announced the approach of another heat wave. From the scorching summer heat also affects residents of North Africa, USA and the Middle East. In some regions of these countries the temperature rises to 50 degrees Celsius.
\”Undoubtedly, the first 6 months broke a temperature record and we think that 2010 will be the hottest year ever in the history of mankind. In some parts of Pakistan the temperature reaches 50 degrees. In many countries the heat if not breaking records, then close to it,\” said the chief climatologist national climate centre, Australia David Jones.
Despite the fact that every year the temperature in different countries varies, in Australia every year is becoming hotter. Scientists fear that this trend will not change.
\”Over the last 30-50 years, the number of warm years only increases. Chances are that every year they will become more and more,\” explained Jones.
However, the heat affects not only the inhabitants of the Northern hemisphere. The population of most European countries and Russia for several weeks suffering from high humidity and heat.