Date: 2019-02-28 16:06:17
Tensed situations have been triggered between India and Pakistan after Pulwama attack. In such warlike amid sitch, human life should be the priority to safeguard.
In the history of human civilization, No fight, or No war has bestowed a fruitful result to any country or to anyone on earth. If a war occurs between India and Pakistan, it will give devastating results, not only for the two countries but the whole world too.
Both the countries have nuclear bombs, and war between them will definitely result in a long severe disaster which no one can imagine.
In TEDx Talks, Brian Toon, a professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences, explains what nuclear war adverse effects could be if nuclear war between India and Pakistan happens. The war between the two countries can lead to lack of light and cold temperatures, agriculture food imbalance throughout the world, the smoke could stay in the air for years.
"Within two weeks, the smoke that would be caused because of the bombing would spread across the entire globe and would rise to And it would rise to altitudes between 20 and 50 miles above the surface where it never rains and as a result, the smoke would stay there for years."
If India and Pakistan war happens, the entire world will face hunger crisis, leading to 1 to 2 billion deaths bacause of starvation.
Living in 21st Century, the world is moving towards betterment, nobody wants to fight a war in the modern world. And if any such situation arises anywhere in the world, we humans and offspring will suffer the barbarity caused by us.
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