Humanity Changed Seasonal Turnover for the First Time in History

For the first time in history, humanity changed the order of the seasons with their own hands. According to recent researches, according to the satellites collected during last 40 years; abnormal temperatures or colds in the year were not normal, and will not be thereafter.
Climate scientists give a chance of 1 million to 5 times the seasonal spontaneity without human being. When people get into the work, the same scientists talk about things they do not want to be right at all.

Scientists looking for “fingerprints” behind weather events, like solving a murder, are looking for reasons for unexpected weather events. All of the data on our planet, such as temperature records, sea chemistry, changes in the ice that have been formed over the years, all point to one thing: Human.

Scientists’ recent work has been on the imbalance of seasonal changes over the temperate zones in the North and South hemispheres.Ben Santer, the head writer of the work, likes these temperature results to a sandy beach. Santer, who works at the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, has reviewed satellite records for the past 38 years. The temperature fluctuations in the first years of work were small, taking the highest and lowest values as data each year.

In 2016, sandy waves began to disturb and the difference between Santer’s largest and smallest temperature values continued to increase. This work, published in the journal Science, makes me think about the precautions to be taken against climate change.

Today, there are many studies and findings about the change of seasonal return. In this regard, researchers warn that for the first time in history humanity will lead to a major change.

In the last study, the results of 5 out of 6 satellites that were the source of the data, gave a clear indication of the seasonal change in question. When you look at a city from above you see the same jigsaw pieces that come from these satellites, with dirty clouds in the interior of the scene.

Author: Alptug Acar

MIS Student, writer, litte bit programmer.

Alptug Acar
MIS Student, writer, litte bit programmer.