“Astronomical research” reveals the truth about the end of the world due to the brightness of sunlight

"Astronomical research" reveals the truth about the end of the world due to the brightness of sunlight

The head of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research, Dr. Mohd. God Al Khadi said. NASA is not very accurate, we’re just launched into the 25th solar cycle, and as it ages, the number of sunburns and eruptions increases, but as some have propagated, it is not as painful for Earth’s inhabitants.

The head of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research added in a telephone interview on the “Evening DMC” program presented by the media on the “DMC” satellite channel, that today, Saturday, when the electromagnetic waves of the solar cycle reach 3 or 4 degrees, they can be transmitted by custom measurement.

The head of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research, Dr. Gad L-Cady explained that if the same thing happened, it would be far from the limits of Greater Cairo, because it is at 30 degrees latitude, and there may be explosions in the northern hemisphere of Europe, ie the northern hemisphere, which is expected to have a flash of sunshine next Monday, but it will not have the opposite effect. .

He is the president of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research. Monitor solar variations.

Under Secretary of the Remote Sensing Center of the Meteorological Authority Dr. Iman Shaker said Egypt has seen a significant rise in temperatures since last week, with the heat wave affecting all parts of the country.

In a Saturday evening press release, Shaker added that the temperature was 4 to 5 degrees higher than normal, and that the heat wave would continue until mid-August.

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They expected the country to see a slight drop in temperature from two to three degrees Celsius, saying that next Sunday to Wednesday, the maximum temperature in Cairo will be 38 to 37 degrees.

In the second half of this month, the remote sensing agent for the weather monitoring said that the temperature would exceed a maximum of 40 on Thursday, saying that the temperature would return to normal.

They point out that this summer is the hottest summer in the last 5 years, and that the effects of the heat wave are not limited to Egypt, but also the Middle East, southern and eastern Europe.

They stated that global warming and high pollution rates of carbon dioxide and methane had caused a one-and-a-half degree rise in atmospheric temperature.

Climate change caused extraordinary and heavy rains in Egypt, and dust storms intensified and changed from time to time, warning that the world would be subject to “wild spells of the weather” if it were polluted and global. The heat continues.

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