Hawaii, USA: The moon completes its cycle in many ways and now NASA experts are aware that the water level will rise due to the wobbling of Chanda uncles in 2030 and beyond for the next few years, especially in the coastal areas of the United States. And it can lead to urban floods that are already occurring due to sea-level rise and climate change.
A report published in the leading weekly scientific journal Nature Climate Change states that there will be a “dramatic increase in high waves” from 2030, especially in the US coastal areas, Alaska, etc. This increase will intensify around 2035. The study was conducted by NASA experts at the University of Hawaii who have been studying high waves in the oceans for some time.
According to a NASA press release, although the risk of high waves is less than that of hurricanes and rains, oceanographer Professor Phil Thompson believes that, among other factors, it will become more dangerous and complex. Now, if the coastal areas of the United States are flooded with coastal water 10 to 15 times a month in the 2030s, it will disrupt daily life. In 2019 alone, we’ve recorded 600 flood-like conditions around the world, “said Dr. Phil.
According to experts, the duration of the moon’s wobble is 18.6 years. It was first noted in 1728. But now the wobble of the moon will cause an earthquake in the seawater and the situation will be made worse by the rising sea level. After all, the tides of the oceans are largely dependent on the moon.
Now NASA experts have said that the high waves of the sea will be higher and the low waves will be less. When they meet the surface emerging environment due to climate change, they will become one-sided and higher.