The World We See at Interstellar Cinema Comes Real

    in September temperatures up to 40 degrees Only days after we saw it, a cool air wave greeted us enough to turn on the combi boiler. A precedent …

    The World We See at Interstellar Cinema Comes Real

    in September temperatures up to 40 degrees Only days after we saw it, a cool air wave greeted us enough to turn on the combi boiler. A precedent is also valid for spring, when the sun that we miss in winter begins to make itself felt slowly.

    The springs, when we can now take a thin jacket and go for a walk without sweating or getting cold, are getting shorter and shorter. As in the novels written in the early 1900s “spring days when flowers bloom” We cannot live to the fullest. Probably our children will only read those days from books.

    Do you remember Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar movie that was released in 2014?

    In the movie, we saw in a clear form the climate rules that push humanity to establish life on another planet. Only maize can be cultivated in the world; where dust and storms arise everywherethat fictional story seems about to come true for your children and grandchildren.

    It didn’t take long; In July 2021, the highest temperature in Turkey’s history was measured:

    The temperature of 49.1 degrees measured in the Cizre district of Şırnak is history, and it tells us that the climatic conditions of the days we live in are for the future. just a fragmenthad shown that.

    Temperature records are broken in different regions every year, but despite this, the coldest weather measured in Turkey was recorded 32 years ago:

    -46.4 degrees recorded on January 9, 1990 in the Çaldıran district of Van the lowest temperature ever seen in the country’s territory had happened. Of course, the winter months are still cold, the main example here is not the gradual warming of the winter months.

    All of this doesn’t just mean that the winter seasons are warmer than they should be. Temperature differences in the middle of the seasons are also increasing:

    We are used to the strange rains above the seasonal norms, we get used to it:

    For the last 10 years, there have been people coming from the Black Sea, especially from Istanbul, Izmir and Ankara. flood and flood newsWe got so used to it that we started ignoring it.

    The daily precipitation record is famous for its rains. not in the Black Sea region We forgot that it was recorded in 2018 in Antalya, the hottest city in the country. We forget about the walnut-sized hail in Istanbul in 2020, the floods in the Western Black Sea region in 2021, and the villages that are emptied every rainy season.

    The problem is not only in Turkey; Australian Fire in the Southern Hemisphere, historical temperature records in Canada, drought signals in the rainforest are just a few of them.

    Take a look at the chart below: The year is 1952, and you see the seasons in the Northern Hemisphere, where we are also located:

    While the circumference of the circle divided into 12 equal modules refers to the moons, the dark circle indicated by the snowflake green area (Winter)winter, open green space (Summer)so summer, with sprouts in the lower right white space (Spring)spring, in the upper left corner leafy white area (Autumn) He talks about the autumn seasons. The start dates of the seasons are also written on the chart.

    The seasons in 2011 are as follows. The summer season has extended by 15 days in 59 years:

    While the winter season has shortened by 3 days in the intervening 59 years, autumn seems to have shortened by 5 days and spring by 7 days. When all these days are added to the summer season, in 2011, one of our great-grandfathers 15 days moreWe see that we are sunbathing.

    Year 2100: The winter season will be 1 month. The scorching heat will last for almost 6 months; In other words, the summer season will start in May, when we are afraid to even go to the sea, and will end in mid-October:

    2100 in the third week of January spring will begin according to this graphic. Things that would be seen as a sign of the apocalypse if it happened today, unfortunately, do not seem impossible for the future. However, it is appropriate to say that what happened is no different from the apocalypse.

    We can see the striking change in the graph more clearly below:

    The impact of these seasonal changes, unfortunately, seems to hit us the most on agriculture:

    Sensitive plants, except for foods that can be obtained even at high temperatures, such as maize. not easily produced years are at hand. Although food comes to mind when it comes to agriculture, the problems expected to be experienced in the climate of the future will affect our lives in many ways.

    Migrations to the northern regions, shifting the working hours to the cooler times of the day, architectural structures and with technological possibilitiesWe can probably adapt to this gradual apocalypse, but we have to accept important changes.

    Another area that will be directly affected by the problems to be experienced in agriculture is weaving. Cotton clothes can become increasingly luxurious!

    There is a cotton field up there that has been affected by climate change. Cotton is one of the biggest natural resources of today’s weaving world. In fact, increasing carbon dioxide levels are expected to affect cotton production on the positive side, but our main topic is amount of carbon dioxide in the atmospherenot.

    Seasonal changes can have an impact on this advantage. Changes to be experienced by 2100Unfortunately, it points to extreme weather conditions.

    Being cotton-free leads us to alternative procedures: Recycling!

    leading US clothing company In the collection Champion named Eco Futureall works, organic materials, recycled weaving works and eco-friendly packaging were used.

    Meet Champion’s Eco Future series, which laid the foundations of the future from today!

    all GOTS certifiedEven the labels of the Eco Future series, which are 100% organic cotton, are made of recycled polyester fabric.

    Even for the Champion logo on the clothes, weaving materials produced by recycling are used exactly:

    All of the works in Champion’s collection called Eco Future gender neutral and black, navy, off-white and pinkin colors.

    Check out Champion’s Eco Future series here to get an environmentally friendly shopping habit for the world of the future and to change your life early with works produced with sensitivity to the environment.

    Sources: Washington Post (1), Washington Post (2), Anadolu Agency, General Directorate of Meteorology, Cotton Research and Development Corporation (CRDC)


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