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NASA launches first mission to test asteroid deflection

The UN General Assembly is in session. The hall is full of people. Suddenly a giant dinosaur stepped in. His statement is to save this earth to save mankind from extinction. ‘Don’t go to extinction’ such a lofty call to mankind was in the animal’s speech.

Perhaps the question that arises in everyone’s mind is why don’t dinosaurs awaken this consciousness in humans?

How much did you wake up?

One of the biggest dangers of climate change is rising sea levels. The melted water is falling into the sea.

According to the research report global sea level may rise by 2 to 6 feet in the 21st century. As the sea level rises a research institute called Climate Central has developed a model of what will happen to the people of the world.

According to them if the sea level does not decrease by 2050 300 million people will be living under water. By 2100 the current 200 million people living there will be permanently under water at high tide.

Other countries are the mainland of China India Vietnam Indonesia and Thailand.

Eightyfive percent of the 300 million people who drowned by 2050 are in these six countries see Reference:

In this way the humanitarian crisis will reach its climax. Unrest conflict and violence may increase in the country.

In August this year the United Nations released the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC.

There is a picture of the suffering of the world’s climateendangered people including Gabura in Satkhira.

The report warns that the situation is now spiraling out of control!

“We often deal with carbon emissions climate risks and health issues separately” he said.

Save mankind from the ravages of climate change.

The result of human action is the extinction of human beings. Modern human civilization has sunk under the sea.

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