August 15, 2013. The atmosphere of the planet heats up, and it happens regardless of human activity or emissions of carbon dioxide. This is indicated by the results of a study published by the American, Spanish and German scientists. According to experts, the heat, like Moscow 2010, will tear the planet more often.
In an article published in the journal
In the second half of the XXI century the climate stabilized, however, even in such a scenario extreme weather events will occur on the planet four times more often than now. In the negative scenario, the climate will change before the end of the century, and by 2100 in the zone of extreme events will be 85% of the total land area of the planet.
Heat wave scientists call a giant «cap» hot air, which due to its high mass resists winds and cyclones, while remaining in the same region in the next few weeks. Clouds in such a wave is not, so the Sun every day warms up a wave more and more, maintaining its stability.
«A good example of a thermal wave is heat, which covered the territory of Russia in 2010 from the Baltic to the Caspian sea, — quotes
Scientists have obtained such data by creating a computer model of climate and having considered the possible weather changes. One of the results of the study was the lack of impact on the climate indicators carbon dioxide, which is released into the atmosphere as a result of human activity. Previously it was thought that this greenhouse gas that leads to global warming, but now more and more scientists believe that the atmosphere of the planet is heated under a long-term global climatic fluctuations caused by changes in the luminosity of the Sun, as well as processes within the earth’s core and other phenomena that people are not affected.
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