Extreme weather conditions make you cold .
Extreme cold actually is lack of heat. Just as black is actually the absence of all color. earth releases it's heat back to space …by actually reflecting excess lights from the sun, and turning one side of earth's face towards the sun while the other half turns away from it. Revolution also helps since there are times that earth is farther away from the sun. so basically, the universe is cold and we get our heat from the sun. Without it, we experience extreme cold. as to why the earth's polar caps are colder than other places on earth, it is because earth's axis is slightly angled in relation to its position with the sun, thus as it revolves around it, polar caps experience almost 3 to 5 months of days with the sun and the, rest without the sun even shining. this effect gave the polar caps extreme cold weather. And also white snow reflects 99 percent of light..
Extreme cold causes solid to loose it's malleability or elasticity making it brittle..
Liquid turns to solid and gas turns to liquid..
Living things die. ( Full Answer )
In short either extreme cold also known as hypothermia or extreme heat also known as hyperthermia can affect your health..
Hypothermia extreme cold.
Hypothermia can impact t…he body in a number of ways. The impact of hypothermia on the nervous system often becomes apparent quite early. Coordination, for instance, may begin to suffer as soon as body temperature reaches 95Â°F (35Â°C). The early signs of hypothermia also include cold and pale skin and intense shivering; the latter stops between 90Â°F (32.2Â°C) and 86Â°F (30Â°C). As body temperature continues to fall, speech becomes slurred, the muscles go rigid, and the victim becomes disoriented and experiences eyesight problems. Other harmful consequences include dehydration as well as liver and kidney failure. Heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure rise during the first stages of hypothermia, but fall once the 90Â°F (32.2Â°C) mark is passed. Below 86Â°F (30Â°C) most victims are comatose, and below 82Â°F (27.8Â°C) the heart's rhythm becomes dangerously disordered. Yet even at very low body temperatures, people can survive for several hours and be successfully revived, though they may appear to be dead..
Hyperthermia extreme heat.
One of the body's most important methods of temperature regulation is perspiration. When the body becomes sufficiently dehydrated to prevent the production of sweat this avenue of heat reduction is closed. When the body is no longer capable of sweating core temperature begins to rise swiftly..
Victims may become confused, may become hostile, often experience headache , and may seem idrunk. Blood pressure may drop significantly from dehydration, leading to possible fainting or dizziness, especially if the victim stands suddenly. Heart rate and respiration rate will increase as blood pressure drops and the heart attempts to supply enough oxygen to the body. The skin will become red as blood vessels dilate in an attempt to increase heat dissipation. The decrease in blood pressure will cause blood vessels to contract as heat stroke progresses, resulting in a pale or bluish skin colour. Complaints of feeling hot may be followed by chills and trembling, as is the case in fever. Some victims, especially young children, may suffer convulsions . Acute dehydration such as that accompanying heat stroke can produce sickness and vomiting; temporary blindness may also be observed. Eventually, as body organs begin to fail, unconciousness and coma will result. ( Full Answer )
Extreme heat can cause heatstroke (the body overheats, that would be over 107 degrees F) or dehydration if enough fluids are not taken, or sunstroke if the heat is accompanied… by sunlight. All are deadly. ( Full Answer )
hot weather Temperatures that hover 10 degrees or more above the average high temperature for the region and last for several weeks are defined as extreme heat. Humid or m…uggy conditions, which add to the discomfort of high temperatures, occur when a "dome" of high atmospheric pressure traps hazy, damp air near the ground. Excessively dry and hot conditions can provoke dust storms and low visibility. Droughts occur when a long period passes without substantial rainfall. A heat wave combined with a drought is a very dangerous situation. ( Full Answer )
I don't understand this question, but if a person gets extremely cold and body drops to -86% somewhere along that number. It causes extreme cold, numbness, and if this happens… your body might not be able to replenish. You may need a lot of heat to cure that ( Full Answer )
I dont know about USB's but for floppys, yes direct heat and cold can damage a floppy as its not cased very well, they are typically meant to be disposable. Consider this, a s…ingle grass blade in a floppy disk can cause it to not read. and direct heat can melt or severly damage the floppy ( Full Answer )
No. No it feels really good. 1.thats the dummest thing to ask. 2.yes it hurts you get frostbite and other things. 3.dying from temputers hurt alot worse than shooting your …self and living ( Full Answer )
it has no atmosphere to distribute heat and no water to absorb and release heat. he earth's relatively consistent temperatures are caused by the fact that 70% of its surface …is water, which absorbs large quantities of solar energy and releases it slowly back into the atmosphere as heat, while the atmosphere retains and distributes that heat. on the moon, rocks on the sun side absorb heat, becoming very hot, but as soon as they rotate into shadow they quickly radiate that heat into space and become very cold. ( Full Answer )
There are millions of suns in space but space is too big and the way we get heat is by using the sun. Space is wide and is too big to heat up. Just like turning on the heater …and leaving the door open Second answer Outer space is not itself either hot or cold. Unlike air or water, vacuum can neither warm things up nor cool things down by conduction or convection. Things in space that are either in bright light or generating heat internally will become hot because they can only shed heat by radiation (which is not very effective at low temperatures), whereas things in space that are kept in shade and that do not generate heat internally will slowly cool down because the heat they lose by radiation or the sublimation of surface moisture is not replaced. Astronauts' space suits had to be air conditioned, not heated. ( Full Answer )
They will typically stay on water longer in the morning to conserve energy and then seek a food source such as corn or beans once they leave the roost. They'll typically feed …closer to the roost and for a longer duration. Hunting within 2 miles of a reservoir, lake, big pond or when everything is frozen a river ,can be huge! ( Full Answer )
it effects the body because our normal body temperatures are 37 degrees, if it is extremly cold it can stop the blood circulation running smoothly, like pins and needles if yo…u sit on your foot or lean on your hand for too long. ( Full Answer )
Impervious seed coat and little moisture content in its embryonic and storage tissues coupled with various types of seed dormancy help seeds to survive long period of bitter c…old, extrem heat or drought conditions.. ( Full Answer )
becuase alot of cold is bad and alot of hot people would hidroateA long period of heat and cold can affect history of a city orregion in a few ways. Having lots of cold can be… bad on plants,people and animals and heat can cause people to dehydrogenate. ( Full Answer )
Kangaroos are essentially nocturnal. They are more active in the cooler hours of the early morning and the late afternoon. During the heat of the day they are more sedentary, …lying around quietly and chewing their cud. In hot weather, kangaroos use saliva to cool down, licking their forearms where there is little muscle tissue and blood veins run close to the surface. When the saliva evaporates from the fur, it cools down the kangaroo ( Full Answer )
Extreme heat and cold will effect compost formation. Many times I have measured very active compost piles, with sufficient moisture, at 120 degrees F. Temperatures above may b…egin to adversely effect decomposition, depending on moisture present. I do not know at what higher temperatures decomposition slows or stops. Cold temperatures slow the metabolism of decomposition organisms. Therefore compost formation eventually stops at temperatures approaching freezing. The decay organisms vary greatly and their heat/cold tolerances will vary also. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Summertime heat can affect your battery worse than the winter cold. Most batteries fail in the month of July than in January, because of the heat. Heat is a killer of a…ll batteries and high temperatures cannot always be avoided. This is the case with a battery inside a laptop, a starter battery under the hood of a car and stationary batteries in a tin shelter under the hot sun. As a guideline, each 8Â°C (15Â°F) rise in temperature cuts the life of a sealed lead acid battery in half. ( Full Answer )
Extreme cold on most plants results in frost burns (or a condition known as Black Frost). This occurs when water in the cells of the plants freezes, it forms crystals and expa…nds as it freezes, this ruptures the cell walls causing the cells to die. Obviuosly not all plants are affected by this - deciduous plants have mechanisms in place to reduce or negate the effect of frost and snow (as do some evergreens such as pines). ( Full Answer )
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