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You have to see this video which shows the rise of temperatures for 140 years

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If you are a small human being among the 7.6 billion people living on a small planet in only one Solar System within just one of the billions of galaxies in the Universe; it is, of course, hard to know at what level the climate change that currently affects the Earth is.

But it is undeniable that our planet is undergoing global warming at a scale that we, the modern people, have never seen; you can also see it on a new NASA video.

According to NASA, this video only shows the global surface temperatures of the Earth with the second highest temperatures recorded in recordings from 1880 to 2017, when the recordings begin, in only 36 seconds.

NASA collects the planet's surface temperature data from a large network of 6,300 weather stations, ships, buoys and research stations in the South Pole. The video features one of three great temperature displays of this genre, and all three have the same tendency.

Moreover, this animated visual really convincingly explains the situation.

The video, with a simple color guide, represents trends in the global average of temperatures varying from the 20th century average; this measure is called temperature anomaly.

Temperatures regularly fluctuated throughout the 19th century and over half of the 20th century; some areas are blue, others are orange and red, where temperatures are rising.

But there is a heartbreaking change in the 1980s; the planet is gradually covered with yellow, orange and increasingly red, until it stays on the flame of the last five years.

These five years from 2013 to 2017 are officially the hottest five-year period on record.

The ruthlessly rising temperature trend fell slightly in the last year, but this was short. Nevertheless, something new has happened and the warmest year in which El Niño has not happened has been last year.

Pareti Taalas, secretary general of the World Meteorological Organization, said in November last year: "The last three years have all been three years at the top in terms of temperature record. This is part of a long-term warming trend. "

So yes, global warming is happening. (Also, by the way, the term 'climate change' did not take the place of the term 'global warming': they indicate two different natural phenomena linked to each other.)

This last video, NASA's updated version of an image last year, and the message to be given are shown repeatedly until they are on the minds.

Despite the vast amount of evidence that the world is experiencing climate change, there are still some people who prefer to ignore it. There is not much that can be done to convince them of this truth.

However, graphics like this are motivating us to pass on our activities for many of us and do what we can. By reducing greenhouse gas emissions, relying on clean energy technologies and looking better at this little space we all call home, we can do something.

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