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(Dub) 3 : Wave Of Catastrophe

Heatwaves, or heat and hot weather that can last for several days, can have a significant impact on society, including a rise in heat-related deaths. Heatwaves are among the most dangerous of natural hazards, but rarely receive adequate attention because their death tolls and destruction are not always immediately obvious. From 1998-2017, more than 166 000 people died due to heatwaves, including more than 70 000 who died during the 2003 heatwave in Europe.

(Dub) 3 : Wave of Catastrophe

Population exposure to heat is increasing due to climate change. Globally, extreme temperature events are observed to be increasing in their frequency, duration, and magnitude. Between 2000 and 2016, the number of people exposed to heatwaves increased by around 125 million.

Heatwaves can burden health and emergency services and also increase strain on water, energy and transportation resulting in power shortages or even blackouts. Food and livelihood security may also be strained if people lose their crops or livestock due to extreme heat.

WHO works with the health sector to strengthen governance, preparedness and response to heatwaves, by developing contingency plans that map the risks, vulnerable populations, available capacities and resources. These plans also include early warning systems and ensure vulnerable populations, such as those in health facilities, nursing homes and schools have adequate provision of cooling equipment.

This Pacific-wide tsunami was caused by the largest recorded earthquake in the 20th century. Unfortunately, many Hilo residents in the bayfront area refused to leave their homes because of the relatively small damage caused by tsunamis in 1952 and 1957. Additionally, the first few of an eventual succession of eight waves were just over 3 feet, so people who had left low-lying areas returned. Subsequent waves would grow to an overwhelming 35 feet.

In a huge arena, amid the cheers of thousands of spectators and waves of falling confetti, two horrifying robotic cat girls introduce the night's first combatants, Rodimus and Hot Shot, vs. Mirage and... Tidal Wave! And so begin the virtual games! It only takes Rodimus and Hot Shot a brief (off-screen) second to defeat their first opponents.

But the predicted continual increase in radiated energy with frequency (dubbed the "ultraviolet catastrophe") did not happen. Nature knew better. Why more modes at higher frequency? The experimental radiation curve. IndexBlackbody radiation conceptsGreat experiments of physics HyperPhysics***** Quantum Physics R NaveGo BackCavity Modes A mode for an electromagnetic wave in a cavity must satisfy the condition of zero electric field at the wall. If the mode is of shorter wavelength, there are more ways you can fit it into the cavity to meet that condition. Careful analysis by Rayleigh and Jeans showed that the number of modes was proportional to the frequency squared. Evaluation of the number of modes IndexBlackbody radiation concepts HyperPhysics***** Quantum Physics R NaveGo BackPlanck Radiation Formula From the assumption that the electromagnetic modes in a cavity were quantized in energy with the quantum energy equal to Planck's constant times the frequency, Planck derived a radiation formula. The average energy per "mode" or "quantum" is the energy of the quantum times the probability that it will be occupied (the Einstein-Bose distribution function):

The Planck radiation formula is an example of the distribution of energy according to Bose-Einstein statistics. The above expressions are obtained by multiplying the density of states in terms of frequency or wavelength times the photon energy times the Bose-Einstein distribution function with normalization constant A=1.

Loss and damage refers to the negative consequences that arise from the unavoidable risks of climate change, like rising sea levels, prolonged heatwaves, desertification, the acidification of the sea and extreme events, such as bushfires, species extinction and crop failures. As the climate crisis unfolds, these events will happen more and more frequently, and the consequences will become more severe.

Some traditional financing instruments could be used to deal with loss and damage. Social protection, contingency finance, catastrophe risk insurance and catastrophe bonds can provide a certain buffer and rapid pay-outs after disasters. However, a broadened donor base and innovative finance tools would be needed to respond to the magnitude of loss and damage.

A 50-foot wave, tons of water, and a massive storm covering entire cities to the brim. Tsunamis leave nothing but death and destruction in their wake decimating not only real estate but also countless lives. The human spirit, however, has always been resilient and will continue to be. After the Indian Ocean catastrophe the Indian community built themselves up and as did the victims of Katrina.

Professor Kim is a marine geologist who has just made a startling discovery. The Haeundae district of Busan located on the southern tip of Korea and a popular tourist destination with hundreds of beaches is about to be hit with a gargantuan tsunami. He tries to warn the authorities but is ignored and ridiculed. In between the mess, two couples of varied origins are stuck on a place about to be flooded by the impending storm. To save themselves and their loved ones, the group must follow their instincts and do what nobody has successfully done before: outrun a 50-foot wave.

StrategyJump over or dash through the waves. For the final three waves, if far away, dash or jump twice in a row, if close, use a single dash-jump to leap over them. Alternatively, create a Wind Current using Venti's 1st Ascension Passive to avoid this attack entirely.

  • Radio Every Christmas/New Year holiday break, Radio New Zealand goes "mufti day" and hosts the "Matinee Idle" radio show, where bad, campy and novelty music is played back for laughs.

  • British radio presenter Sarah Kennedy presented the early breakfast show on BBC Radio Two for ten years. She was notorious for gaffes, fumbling, non-PC comments, political bias, and sometimes turning up for work in a state that the uncharitable might mistake for "drunk". (She blamed it on prescription medication.) On one occasion, her long slurring rambling alerted the station to the fact that something was seriously wrong and her show abruptly ended after twenty-five minutes. A relief presenter took over and she was sent home to sleep it off. Sir Terry Wogan, who presented the following show, once famously quipped that "Sarah's been pouring the old gin over her cornflakes again!" People used to set their alarm clocks to wake them up earlier in the hope of catching another Kennedy classic. She no longer works for the BBC.

  • The Doctor Who audio drama Doctor Who and the Pescatons. It's nonsensical, puerile, writes the Doctor with a totally different personality, but its stupidity is quite enjoyable, both Tom Baker and Elizabeth Sladen are well aware of how bad it is and are clearly having a great time, and the Doctor sings in it.

  • James Brownyard was the owner and the only disk jockey for WHYP, a small Country Music AM radio station in the Erie, Pennsylvania area, who is still legendary in radio circles for the amazing level of incompetence he brought to the airwaves in the 1970s and 1980s. Not just for his gruff, monotonous voice, but also his tendency to go off on long, nonsensical rants in-between songs, letting records skip and repeat on the air, long stretches of dead air, and constantly interrupting songs to report on low-flying helicopters or thunderstorms in the vicinity of the studio. Some examples.



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