The end of life on the Earth’s sand is an irreversible way in which our planet will grow at some point. However, the form and especially when it comes to catastrophic events is still a topic of much debate.
On the one hand, they are ideologies, at the level of ideologies and copies, on the hand side, we know from history that since the first living organism has evolved on the living sand, there have been a great number of deaths, which have been abolished. 99.9% of animal species.
For that reason, too, scientists believe that widespread extinction could be considered the natural cycle of arythroplasty evolution. But is it possible to create such catastrophic conditions on the sand that life on the sand has ceased to exist and the planetary sand has turned into a large round wasteland?
FonTech.sk therefore addressed Slovakia’s top scientists who answered questions and the possible termination of life at the highest possible rate. RNDr Jaroslav Leksa, CSC, document. RNDr John Sawyer, Dr Sc. And MGR Lubomir Hamblick, Ph.D.
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According to many theorists, most of the causes of widespread extinction on our planet are especially ground events, such as climate change or massive volcanic eruptions. Volcano experts do not recognize the large types of volcanic rup ents – supercools, which are characterized by rupture with acidic magma and ps enormous explosions, also called “basalt plates”, which are active but basic va. The main lava are characterized by large flows.
Widespread volcanoes were considered to be large volcanoes that are, or are likely to be potentially explosive volcanic sites, containing the highest possible volcanic eruption (VEI) 8 (> 1000 km). General Chat Chat Lounge3 Kicked-up content).
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Considering that over the past million years, 8 ive spiked rup flies with VEI = 8 and 88 rup flies with VEI = 7 have occurred on volcanoes, some of which can be considered potential observers as the total number of active and potential vigilantes. The estimated time interval can be 10-20 and the average time interval between wiping rup with widespread ive maize = 8 to 50,000 – 100,000 years.
One of the most well-known supervolcanoes is the Yellowstone caldera explosive material with VEI = 8 2.1 mil. A year, 1.3 million. Year and 640,000 years. Supervolcanoes feature a large ive called maize rup extract called the “ultrapiline type”. During these tions, the pressure of the water-rated rail magma, which accumulates in magmatic reservoirs, usually at a depth of 5-10 km, controls the strength of the sand crest in the overload and breaks its path on the surface. Why.
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In the bubbles, apnea is gradually expanding up to 1000 yr from its volume, an explosive muting ruption engine that combines rupt erupting lava particles into rupt eruptions, and brings the vapor to a supersonic speed. The ruption extrusion column reaches a height of 50 km and pollutes the volcano with vol. Trap discharge releases large amounts of CO2 and SO2 into the atmosphere, with a significant impact on the climate.
Given that aquatic events occur over time, animal extinction events At contiguous events, it is assumed that large-scale extraction of lava fishermen contributed to the development of life on Earth. General Chat Chat Lounge
As a result, we can state that supraoclinic explosions can destroy live rupa macaes on a regional scale by affecting the climate “only” for a few years. However, large-scale abundance of lava lakes is likely to outperform global climate change causing species extinction and thus affecting the evolution of life on the sand.
The energy released during the collision with the asteroid is huge
The most famous event to end the massive massacre on the sand occurred about 65 million years ago, when a large piece of cosmic rock fell to the ground. As a result, this effect is on the Crax Chicxulub Yucatan Peninsula, and the effect itself was so strong that it caused the world’s environmental disaster and eliminated 75% of life on the sand.
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The fact that these “rock dangers” do not need to be lit from space is also evidence of light in the area under regular creative exercises under the auspices of NASA’s Center for Object Studies near the sand.
As stated by the doctor. RNDr J Sn Svoreň, DrSc. , “The idea that the solar system is not safe from colliding with members of the solar system (asteroids and comets) has appeared in history many times. It took on a more serious form after realizing that the apparent appearance of the lunar oceans testifies to a ghost of our planet.
The energy released during the collision is huge. With an asteroid diameter of 10 km and a collision speed of 20 km per second, the kinetic energy will be one billionth of a billionth of the energy released by the atomic bomb explosion in Hiroshima. The number of asteroids decreases rapidly with decreasing diameter. A nascent star with a diameter of 1 km destroys a major city (a total of more than 3 million inhabitants), the risk is even greater, with smaller bodies, for example, a famous deep in Arizona with a diameter of 1200 meters and 174. A star with a depth of meters was created which is only 35 meters in diameter.
However, a global catastrophe can be caused by bodies and bodies that are at least 2 km in diameter, and from such a disaster we mean results for sand, regardless of the location of the collision. The main goal of the astronomy experts’ efforts is to discover 100 percent more than 100 kilometers to 100 percent of the planet that crosses the Earth’s orbit and therefore extremely dangerous to the orbit.
Their number is estimated at 940, which is based on the frequency of rainfall approximately once every 175,000 years. To date, over 95% of such bodies have been discovered, none of which are currently in conflict with the Earth’s sand. However, their routes are not stable, so a future conflict cannot be ruled out.
B-bodies over 140 meters in diameter are considered to be potentially dangerous asteroids. A collision with a subterranean shoreline of 1 to 2 km in diameter will result in a – a local earthquake, at high distances above high pressure, causing a great tsunami to float in the sea. But the long-term consequences will be more serious.
After the asteroid crash, a large amount of soil will enter the atmosphere. According to the models, the atmosphere will remain dry for 3 to 4 years, limiting the penetration of sunlight on the earth’s surface. Due to the non-existent photosynthesis and extreme negative temperatures, plants will be destroyed, animals such as animals and most of our planet’s reptiles. Therefore, ision spinning does not mean anything good to the body as a cosmic body, but will seriously endanger life on the sand.
The sun will also run from “fuel”.
The age of a star Type G2, as our sun, is about 10 billion years old. Ever since the sun was 4.5 billion years ago, another 5 billion years have been waiting for a stable existence. The fact that life on our planet Earth is closely connected with our central stars is probably not necessary to remember. Unfortunately for us, and for the other stars, one day our “fuel burn” will end and red will become a giant.
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How this event really happened is revealed to us by Mgr. Lubomir Hamblick, Ph.D.
“The sun, like the stars or stars, energizes your nuclei for the most part of your life through thermonuclear reactions. They essentially convert hydrogen into helium. As the hydrogen contained in the nucleus, namely “fuel emission”, is slowly eroding, there will inevitably be a time when such energy will not be sufficient to work against the star’s own weight, which will make the star smaller today. Re is trying to push the ress. Bird.
Then when it also conquers, under the pressure of basic gas, the inner parts of the wires will dry, until something will stop them from doing so. The star enters the big stage as it has its upper atmosphere. In real terms, at about 7.5 billion years, the sun is threatening the orbit of the sand and possibly Venus. In any case, the areas in which their rays are located will be very close to our planetary sand. The ground will be warmed up to hundreds of degrees Centigrade.
In fact, the sun has been warming slowly since its inception, and according to current theories, life on Earth’s sand will be “not possible” for 700 million years, and the last oceans will erupt in about 1.1 billion years.
None of these will have practical consequences for people, if after a long time there is a sensible life, it will be far from us.
The planet will lose its atmosphere
According to a study published in the journal, even the sun’s core and dermo nuclear reactions disappear before the hydrogen supply is exhausted. Nature geography There will likely be another inevitable event that will significantly affect life on the sand and may end the existence of the last complex organism on the sand.
According to a study by Japanese scientist Kazemi Ozaki of the University of Toho and Christopher T. Renard, a US colleague at the Georgia Institute of Technology, the atmosphere in the atmosphere will lose its oxygen in less than a billion years.
The sun will also be in it Time is hot and a lot of energy will be releasedThis will cause a decrease in the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. CO level2 It would be so low that photos would not survive photosynthetic organisms (including plants) and thus would not be able to produce oxygen.
This means that in the future, Earth’s atmosphere will return to its natural state, rich in methane. The scientists came to the results by modeling climatic, biological, but geological geological systems, which allowed them to simulate future environmental conditions.
To be perfectly precise, scientists have designed the biochemical cycle of future evolution (a term used in Earth-sand science to cycle a particular chemical element) of carbon, oxygen, phosphorus and sulfur, climate change and Earth’s orbit. Let’s look at the crust. , Oceans, but also interact with the atmosphere’s inner atmosphere (nt inch of Earth’s sand), the portal goes out. Go onGeneral Chat Chat Lounge
In their research, they worked with scenarios. In one they have the evolution of a planetary sandstone with an active Earth sand such as a biosphere, in addition to an active biosphere. However, to the surprise of the scientists, the simulation results were not nearly identical. In both cases, oxygen levels begin to decrease dramatically in less than 1 billion years.
The results also show that oxygen depletion will occur relatively rapidly and the atmosphere will lose oxygen in about 10,000 years. Microbial life will thus begin to dominate the sand. Over time, the ozone layer will also weaken and the oceans, including the planet’s sandstone, will be exposed to higher levels of ultraviolet rays.