The thing that makes ice so slippery is when it freezes with all the pressure it compacts it very tightly and causes there to be no air so it is just a solid, smooth, slippery piece of glass basically. Ice sickles can also be very deadly, falling sickles kill over 1000 people in the world every year. Ice sickles form when snow or ice melts on something that is above freezing and runs down to the cooler air and it start to refreeze onto its self. A half pound ice sickle can reach up to 80 to 90 mph before hitting you in the head it would only have to fall around 30 feet to reach this speed. When ice is traveling this fast it would hit you with about 1000 pounds of force.
First there is the lymphatic cancer which is difficult to say how people contract this dieseas but the text provides a few risk factors such as a reduction of immuine system, exposure to toxic enviorment and viral infections. A way to prevent this devolping cancer is to absoultly avoid or imit exposure to toxic chemicals, sexual transmitted viruis. It is adviced to conduct screeings so often as a procotion because early decation can generate possible survival. Then there is Uterine cacer which can devople with early menstration, late menopause, infertility, history of polycystic ovary system and so on. The way to prevent this developing cancer is to have regular gynecological care, involing pelvic exams, while pregnancies and oral controceptives can also help prevent this cancer.
The snowman in the novel represents that a black person is not accepted unless he is white, and the trial of Tom Robinson. In Maycomb County, Jem and Scout experienced snow. Maycomb county has not witnessed snow since 1885, so Jem and Scout thought the world was ending when they first saw it out of their window. They decided they were going to create a snowman. There was little to no snow so Jem told Scout to walk back in her tracks, so they did not waste any snow that they could use for their snowman.
With actual temperatures plummeting to negative seven, and the wind chill bringing it down to -50 to -60 degrees, the dangers brought with the storm had grown beyond snow drifts and zero visibility. The devastating effects-both in terms of temperature and snow accumulation-brought on by the Blizzard of 1977 were enough for President Jimmy Carter to declare all of Western New York a federal disaster area. According to the National Weather Service, this was the first time in the history of the United States that a snowstorm had been declared a federal
Avalanches can cause flash floods, or economic impact. They can also cause damage to property because of the force coming down the mountain side is strong enough to destroy a house. They have also been known to cause a lot of casualties, because they can get caught in the avalanche and become buried, to get them unburied would take someone
This problem will get worse and worse overtime, and could eventually kill out those beautiful colored springs that the world is used to. Many have said, “that the cause of colony collapse disorder is likely a combination of factors that includes the widespread use of pesticides and fungicides, as well as the spread of viral pathogens and parasitic mites in beehives“ (Tucker). these can wipe out an entire colony or even thousands. This problem is a global problem, as Europe is also seeing the effects of an extraordinarily strong winter rolled by, potentially causing around 50% of their bee population to drop due to the harsh cold and crisp air. This is generally the most concerning against global warming causing harsh winters and summers, potentially dropping the bee population
Then beginning on May 9th 1934 a strong two day dust storm removed massive amounts of Great Plains top soil in one of the worst storms of the Dust Bowl. The dust clouds blew all the way to Chicago where dirt fell like snow. Two days later on May 11th the same storm reached cites in the east such as Buffalo, Boston, New York City and Washington D.C. That winter red snow fell on New England. On April 14th 1935 known as Black Sunday twenty of the worst Black Blizzards occurred throughout the Dust Bowl, causing extensive damage and turning the day to night. It was so bad that people could not see five feet in front of them at certain points.
According to “How Humans Deal With and Survive Extreme Cold” ,by Paul Ward, in the cold with no protection and with the condition Victor’s creation was already in his cells should’ve died due to the blood flow loss and should’ve resulted in at least severe frostbite. However in the story nothing ever happens to Victor’s creation and he is perfectly fine. “ A naked person will start to feel cold if the surrounding temperature drops below around 25°C (77°F). Physiological responses such as shivering and diverting blood away from the extremities and surface of the skin will then kick in.” The warmest
Cold and warm air brought together forms and precipitation occurs. Most blizzards often happen in the Northern east states and the provinces of Canada. When a blizzard happens it can shut down a city, transportation is impossible there would be no electricity. If people are outside they can get frostbite or hypothermia. Flooding can happen after a blizzard.
Every winter sport has a big risk of hurting your head. “Helmets reduce the incidence of any head injury by 30-50%” according to Jasper Shealy, professor emeritus at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, N.Y. When you are on the mountain, you reach higher altitudes. The UV rays are much more harmful then if you were at the base. So when the sun reflects off the snow into your eyes, that 'll hurt.
Some users like to combine it with marijuana to increase their euphoric effect. What few users realize is that snow blow is, essentially, similar to bath salts. Those infamous synthetic drugs caused a wide variety of scary incidents, including people literally eating the flesh of others. Effect On The Body Beyond the intended euphoric effects of snow blow lies a world of dangerous effects. People that have used snow blow have reported experiencing severe paranoia, delusions, twitchiness, nervousness, increased body temperature, muscle cramps, spasms, hallucinations, and extreme seizures.
6. Name two possible treatments for this disease. 1.Topical treatment that can rub into the affected area of the skin. 2.Coal-tar ointments and shampoos.” These products can help slow the rapid growth of skin cells and alleviate symptoms, but some people are vulnerable to the side effects, especially folliculitis, a pimple-like rash, affecting the hair follicles. These medicines should be used only under a doctor 's supervision.” 7.
There is much more heat than could in Frisco. The rare ice storm does wreak havoc on roofs, though, during the winter. Even with all the heat and cold, the number one cause of a roof needing to be replaced is severe storms. Wind, hail, rain, hail, storms and of course hail. One of the things that makes hail so damaging to roofing in Frisco Texas is the size of the hail.
There were a lot of different things that changed history as we know it. Some were covered in Chapter 11. The Little Ice Age was the coldest time over the Northern Hemisphere for a thousand or so. In result of the Little Ice Age plagues and famines destroyed Europe and glaciers came from the Alps to engulf a number of villages. There were also volcanoes, which erupted more frequently after the Little Ice Age than before.