Calculating, Processing, Integrating, Differentiating are what intrigues me the most in a very beautiful way.
D. Loukas, Maths Professor, Diploma in Mathematics, Beverly hills, California
Answered Dec 11, 2019
Natural disasters are becoming more often right now, and a lot of experts are saying that this is due to the presence of greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gases have affected the overall climate of the earth by creating a blanket of gas that will allow the heat to enter and stay inside the earth for a longer period of time.
This has caused the temperature of the earth to become hotter. At the same time, ice caps have melted, and this resulted in an increase in the water levels on earth. The increase in the water levels may also contribute to the increase of typhoons that may happen on earth.
It is obvious that there are more natural disasters that are happening right now as compared to before. There were already disasters before, but according to reports, the disasters now are becoming bigger and stronger.
It may be harder for people to recover. The increase in air and water temperature have contributed to higher sea levels, which can cause more disasters in the long run.
There are stronger hurricanes and storms that can make a lot of havoc with people’s homes. There is also a higher chance that people will experience flooding, which can also make it harder for people to do their natural way of life.