Having started the process of global warming, mankind launched a chain reaction. And it will not be easy to stop it: a myriad of living beings are involved in a vicious circle.
Scientists from the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center have established that in recent years, the amount of carbon dioxide sharply increased, which secrete soil bacteria and fungi. The increase in temperature caused a warming of the soil, which, in turn, leads to an acceleration of the growth of microorganisms and other soil inhabitants. And they release into the air a huge amount of CO2.
Carbon dioxide is the main factor in global warming. Up to 90% of the carbon dioxide that enters the atmosphere gets there naturally, from the global ecosystem, mainly from the soil. Back in the soil it is moved by plants in the course of its life cycle, and thus the relative balance is maintained. However, firstly, the person changes the amount of CO2 that gets into the air because of our life and economic activity, and secondly, destroys the system of “recycling” excess carbon dioxide. Given the rate of deforestation, the volumes of gas taken from the atmosphere are falling, which makes the events dangerous.
Global warming has already come, and now we must learn to live with it, fight the consequences and not allow a real catastrophe to happen.
At the same time, human activity continues to increase the temperature of the planet, which heats up the soil. In a warmer soil bacteria, fungi and other organisms that more actively release carbon dioxide into the air multiply faster, which further stimulates the growth of temperatures, because of what the microorganisms multiply more … and so on. This whole pathological cycle is being developed more and more every year. Global warming has already come, and now we must learn to live with it, fight the consequences and not allow a real catastrophe to happen.