First Two Wave of COVID-19 eruption in Yellowstone National Park COULD BE A TRAGEDY FOR PEOPLE

As one of the scientists behind the COVID-19 eruption in Yellowstone National Park, you might not want to know how to prepare for a fourth wave of COVID-19 if one comes along. But trust…

First Two Wave of COVID-19 eruption in Yellowstone National Park COULD BE A TRAGEDY FOR PEOPLE

As one of the scientists behind the COVID-19 eruption in Yellowstone National Park, you might not want to know how to prepare for a fourth wave of COVID-19 if one comes along. But trust me. I’ve seen the training video and know what to do.

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Recent COVID-19 eruption in Yellowstone National Park is a red flag that goes beyond the secondary impact of STOREY-RULE imposed at Yellowstone.

Recently called the “Greenhouse Effect Volcano”, COVID-19 pushes CO 2 to 2,00oN; second highest CO 2 on record. Approximately 4,900kg of CO 2/sms.; increasing sulphuric acid layer in the atmosphere; melts not only permafrost but also threatens vegetation.

STOREY-RULE potentially revealed by COVID-19 puts people in higher risk of ill-health during volcano eruptions, and makes future outbreaks worse.

My colleagues and I prepared a mock evacuation-with-helmets movie to simulate and share with other scientific experts around the world.

After watching the movie at a wine bar in Alberta Alberta, Canada, people responded the same way as if it was real.

A recent study from Michigan State University revealed a 25 percent higher stroke risk after a Yellowstone explosion. A lack of modern protective gear meant the Ohio National Guard had the coldest standard response time to global warming and COVID-19 eruption.

The evacuation of some residents didn’t protect everyone from harm. For instance, cyanide from volcanic ash could be harmful to pets and livestock.

It also makes glacier and human settlements outside the exclusion zone easier to reach; the threat is greatest during low-visibility period and climate change.

But in the real world, people can’t predict or plan for four levels of eruptions due to uncertainties about eruption timing, smoke plumes, rain, temperature and more.

Observations of Volcanic Volcanoes Countrywide website reminds: “No one can predict or anticipate when and what the volcano will do next.”

As an expert, I can say the following when dealing with climate change:

Spring into fall you risk 40-70% increase in fatal heat-related deaths because of heat waves of up to 40-75ºC in summer. The bleaching of ecosystems is a leading cause of increasing climate-change-related extreme weather.

Biblical floods in Bangladesh, the Nile and the Congo are now closing in on each other. They will reach the ancient Lake Baringo or Kingston in Kenya which would mean more freshwater supply from the Nile River downstream, and destruction of downstream ecosystems.

Winter brings the same chaos and devastation as climate change: floods, droughts, wildfires, hurricanes, severe storms and the loss of wildlife and rich ecosystems. The season in these areas varies from five months to about eight months due to La Nina and El Nino.

The undulating blocks that form Mars showed signs of turning over in two million years of time as canvas changed from gray to red as described by Wallace Stegner.

Humans have a decades-long history of interacting with and trying to mitigate volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and tsunamis. The first was the Pliocene Era, more than 60 million years ago.

Synthetic oxygen was proposed as a process to artificially enrich CO 2 by greenhouse gases (similar to the way carbon-absorbing cells absorb CO 2 and oxygen by photosynthesis) during COVID-19 eruption in Yellowstone National Park, but didn’t work.

POTENTIAL TO BETTER PREPARE FOR EMERGENCIES

Three decades of research, led by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment of Alberta, proves a link between excessive atmospheric gases and climate change.

Currently, countries provide that gases must not rise above a certain limit and non-renewable resources of limestone carbonate must be allowed before either gas will be allowed.

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