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Zu Besuch am HEISSESTEN Ort der Welt (70.7°C) WÜSTE LUT

Aug 27, 2022

Zu Besuch am HEISSESTEN Ort der Welt (70.7°C) WÜSTE LUT

hello everyone i am writing to janet we are heading to the hottest place on the planet and the lud desert is mostly inaccessible to humans due to its unbearable temperatures and lack of resources such as water resolution imaging spectrometer average on the aqua satellite, nasa recorded that the hottest land surface in the world is in the lud desert where temperatures of 70.7 degrees celsius were reached in 2005 the huge salt desert has many mysterious places wigan dornbirn the hottest spot The planet where 70.7 degrees Celsius was measured from space turned into a huge plateau that is covered with dark volcanic rock and is said to have been lifeless for several years.
zu besuch am heissesten ort der welt 70 7 c w ste lut
NASA has had to measure the surface temperature there and has repeatedly set record values ​​in this hell where the sun roasts the planet we are going to take pictures that we have never seen before our first stop is to damage the last scam village before the desert which is located in an oasis in the west their life is normal thanks to the altitude the air temperature here is 37 degrees Celsius we have a long way to go and the weather will get warmer and warmer before we enter in the desert to see how the centuries old Caravanserai is a shame but today is a ruin with these videos the temple and never come back and hopes to have something under this load from me despite the company he wants but the ps avo sample based on bankruptcy issued lud desert is also considered to be one of the driest regions in the world, generally there is less than 30mm of rain per year and this small amount of rainwater simply flows down the surrounding mountains and it evaporates quickly.
zu besuch am heissesten ort der welt 70 7 c w ste lut
Many salty lakes have completely dried up with the scorching heat, unfortunately even the passing migratory birds find no shade to offer them shelter and so if they see the big mistake and drink the water from these salty lakes with which unfortunately you with yours m I pay for life that shows that nature has no mercy I don't know what kind of bird that is it is no longer recognized Let's keep advancing in the desert Let's lower the pressure of the car tires so they don't burst in the rough terrain conditions we find ourselves just at the trailhead let's measure the ground temperature 63.7 degrees celsius i don't know what will happen in a few hundred kilometers in the shade now it's 45 degrees celsius and it's still early in the day after an arduous two hour drive into the heart of the desert we finally reached the center point this place has one of the lowest altitudes and is currently the hottest place in the desert loaded if perman We are outdoors for more than two minutes no part of the body can be exposed, not even hands when we got out of the vehicle around 12 o'clock, we wanted to measure the ground temperature first, our infrared thermometer showed 66.9 degrees Celsius, 66.3 and 68.2 degrees Celsius after only z two minutes of measuring the laser thermometer, the device shows an error due to high temperature, our only thermometer, however, shows 69.6 degrees Celsius, our guide was afraid that we could get stuck in the sand and we quickly got out of the vehicle as we went from the center of the desert getting closer harsher are the conditions here there are kalus we haven't seen anywhere quite private it's tamedia with sissy it's hard to breathe it's hard to swallow my mouth it's dry the red line of the thermometer got stuck it doesn't move so we can't measure anymore it shows more than 50 degrees that's the thermometer of the reader too hen doesn't work anymore often it's only 69 degrees but now there's just an error message it's dunking mr meter here the temperature is 52 degrees celsius our guide says we'll keep going but even in this area it's hard to breathe when we open the window opening it the air on our face feels like a hair dryer turned off we just wanted a bit of cooling but it only makes things worse the floor is like a pan on a stove the ambiance is like an oven that has to be the point where it really gets s

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ering feels like hot air is squeezing our throats air and surface temperature are two different things does surface temperature show values ​​for sand indicate air temperature It shows the values ​​at least 1.5 meters above the sand.
zu besuch am heissesten ort der welt 70 7 c w ste lut
Usually the surface temperature is higher when the air temperature I am testing our friend's shoe is deriving. squealed her sole slipped the floor is about 70 degrees and we're not at the hottest point yet if we don't use film we protect our cameras in the freezers where we also store our water otherwise they always hold our cell phones become unusable from time to time when, although I kept my two liters I keep filling my bag and I keep drinking water I can't quench my thirst now it's 2:15 p.m. m. we go to the endless desert to see how far we can walk the western desert is a low region with altitude up to 150 meters and strong winds, wind erosion forms kalou structures up to 150 meters high and can be seen along many kilometers in the region.
zu besuch am heissesten ort der welt 70 7 c w ste lut
There are also ancient parallel ridges up to 75 meters high and other geoclimatic formations, although the wind here is very strong the sand is boiling firm I even have a hard time stepping on my feet the heat from the ground burns my feet even though I have thick soles I can feel the heat temperature readings are taken in areas shaded by weather stations there is no working weather station here so we are doing this unofficially and created our own shade in the shade near kalou 2 a strong wind we couldn't see the 52 degrees that we saw in the sun an hour ago the temperature is now 47 3 degrees but innocent winds can turn into sandstorms during the day the wind makes it long term to increase our thirst also the sun's rays bouncing off the sand makes it hard to see this is even worse i feel like i am blind there is too much light glasses are really necessary without them it would be impossible see nothing they also protect against sandstorms sideways however we haven't hit the hottest though i think those temps are five to six degrees higher than 50+ degrees it becomes harder to gauge the temperature with each grade.
zu besuch am heissesten ort der welt 70 7 c w ste lut
Metal objects are too hot to hold and some objects may even melt. A temperature rise from 50 to 51 degrees is very different. that an increase from 30 to 31 power pushes resilience to our limits as the hour progresses wind strength for these are signs of an evening sand rose after the landscape has darkened below the red bars you have a silence more in hours of worry you are also motionless desperate the ground everywhere after the landscape has darkened it could be a sandstorm finally we can in the cool of the take a deep breath in the shade now we warm the food on the floor of sand temperature of 70 degrees prepare our food thank you very much we live in the shade it is around 15:30 we have no more energy it is as if the sun gives us energy space we eat a local iranian court called urbasik they were ceded where humanity could have entered again before that is an interesting sensation these depths of the desert are not visited either maybe only by a few people we are next to a f river and look at the turning sides how they fell they are one huge piece very hard now we want to go back to camp our ga nz water is empty look our tracks are almost gone we are about three hours on the trail all the places look the same and we don't know where we've been the sun has already gone down a bit and the temperature is slowly dropping I think it's about 45 degrees now a desert is like an endless road no matter where you look there are thousands of roads covered in sand everywhere parts we do not know the direction here some migratory birds fly here and because of the great heat they cannot leave the desert but when they come out of the sky traps they contribute to the ecological balance the grasshoppers and desert foxes also belong to them finally we head towards the north where we want to spend the night sheltered the legal sandstorm when it has cooled down at 19 30 so far that we can take our hats off the wind he gets up and we hope there is no sand storm luckily we are safe at this altitude like genie eats the sunset before the big day tomorrow i have prepared a light one to show that there is plenty of life in the desert lud let's see what animals come the Information on biodiversity in this region is limited but in addition to the sparse vegetation in the north there are many species to see including desert foxes, snakes, parrot lizards and blackbirds in many sources it is expressly stated that in gando merian, the most hot which we will arrive tomorrow at noon, no living thing lives this tree is the tree as you can see there is a lot of sand underneath the many sand disturbances that accumulate the sand in the roots the tree grows on top of this sand, so to speak small epker trees one of the few surviving plants in this unfavorable desert location the hills they will stand on are growing everywhere with the known pedophiles in this region, even people who have been wandering around with camels for years barely have them survived legends written according to weeks of travel, even camels just dragged around shaking on their knees, the realistic look of fata morgana was also very confusing for many adventurers. there are rumors of a caravan having to leave their load of wheat on the ground when they returned a few days later with rested camels their scaffolding of wheat canton of bern means toasted wheat in Persian the sand dunes and surrounding mountains keep the air warm on the ground through the low altitude makes it difficult for the air to rise and cool down the dark color of the volcanic rock on the surface makes the sun almost on our way to kandern merian we found two abandoned motorcycles we have no idea what What happened to the pilots in that hell like the next settlement miles away are the tourists who come to cool down to Mona Ten like December, January, and February here, but in June, July, and August, the Iranian government strictly prohibits a visit.
zu besuch am heissesten ort der welt 70 7 c w ste lut
I only need two hours to film here. I want to examine the stones. i've been here for centuries an hour later we want it to be maybe two hours later thank you from now on no part of my body should be an endless time since the first analysis nasa released a new version of satellite software that leads to Speculation that the surface temperature in the desert boy could now be even higher in the scientific journal wolle however the american meteorological society published in May 2021 that temperatures in the desert boy may even reach up to 80 8 degrees Celsius we put meat on the dashboard of the car and we left time and our resources are limited we have to sen so people organized fast and well and can you hear me? yeah i'll call every ten minutes somewhere where it's shady everything is covered in stones and rocks the stones are so hot you can't touch them with your bare hands this place is like weird and cozy a big expanse reminiscent of mars we feel like we landed on another planet here we reach the hottest place on our planet i can't believe it i don't know how long we can take it here everywhere it's so hot i can feel the heat on my feet the whole ground is black and burning the mountains go even further the place from there it looks like it's on fire I don't know if you see the heat going up the mountains they are shutting off the hot air here so it can't escape that's why it's so hot here the dark rocks and the structure of the forest absorb even more of the sun's rays open this place is hell now we are going for a walk and we have to take a walk in the temperature the high temperature of the dry surface exhausts all the resistance and strength of a human even plants like cacti do not grow here many sources say they cannot survive here these basalt remnants were estimated to have formed by magnetic activity about two million years ago when the release of gas in the lava caused the formation of pores on the rocks these were about to unofficially measure one of the highest temperatures ever recorded on earth when our friends leave we would have no way out we are in a place totally against human nature many articles claim there is no no living being in the canton of bern we are in the hottest place on earth right now at the hottest time of the season and the hottest time of the day i have to be very careful with my water now i measure the temperature at a height of a meter above the ground in the shade that's why we don't have an umbrella for us it's maneuverable here but just because it's windy doesn't mean it's cool the wind makes it fireblower i can feel the sting of heat all over my body right now every piece of metal we touch is burning there is a reason this screen is not black i want this measurement to be accurate my feet are on fire stop in one placetake the heat first we have the floor temperature my feet are burning there is an error message yes it can take the temperature but not in the heat we will hold the thermometer next to the cold water let it cool down a bit then try again i will try the shade for about a minute to get a fair measurement i can't even talk it's not working it's not showing anything it says the iphone needs to cool down before i can use it now we'll measure the temperature under the sun because what we're feeling is the air temperature as you can see no shade, no place to hide, sun beating down relentlessly, I have trouble speaking, I have terrible lice. hey headache shows an air temperature of 54 degrees let's measure the surface temperature with it here the people have passed in 30 minutes and it's ok everything is fine with you i can feel the intensity of the sun with all its strength i can feel my heart pounding being pounded I shake after about an hour our bodies started shaking I can't talk I'm so tired I have no more energy I have to take a lot of breaks water breaking water the chamber has gotten so hot that you can't hold yourself without gloves for three seconds he can do anything metalist sank the moment he took his gloves off so shiny without glasses he could never walk i'll try something else now error says error doesn't help if i bury him in the sand i have to put the gloves on it works come here 68, 6 69.2 we are getting pretty new what nasa had measured that could be the start of a sandstorm here gi bt there is often torm entas, people here can hear me, yes, we are fine, no problem, there was a sandstorm nearby, we liked it, I could not answer him, let's see the temperatures, that does not work, that is also broken, yes, this advice can support The heat, but this part where the mechanism is, was also on the floor.
I suspect that it broke due to the heat, which is also broken. The laser thermometer gives an error and the liquid does not come out of the mercury thermometer, it sticks to the tip, you can't, it breaks. a thermometer or you will burn considering that tea or coffee is served at about 70 degrees Celsius it is not difficult to guess what are the consequences of stepping barefoot on the ground on June 23 we have a surface temperature of 69.2 degrees Celsius and a air temperature of 48.5 degrees celsius in the shade and 54 1 degrees celsius in the sun, NASA measured the obe surface temperature of 70.7 degrees celsius measured by scanning the heat radiated by the earth in space and determined forward infrared nations this recorded surface temperature in the lud desert measurements can be carried out over an area of ​​up to one square kilometer for the average temperature measured in these areas however a mr com must establish a weather station take temperature measurements and stand in death valley update air temperature record of 56.7 degrees celsius from 1913 as world temperature gradually rises this record has now expired if you remembered i left my phone on the ground when i picked it up i saw the plastic was burnt around the edges these sides are burnt but on the bottom there are not many marks when i put it on the floor only the edges touched the stone the page is also burnt you see m one foot are burning we are chasing another sandstorm at that moment we find something we never expected the statement that there are no living things here í not true I saw it live it's June around 2 p.m. m. and you can see a subspecies of erima too well known as mantis i found the remains of a dead grasshopper so dry i dont want to represent it uk version also i keep forgetting about the meat i put a slice of meat in there the front is cooked the back is the tube exhaust to be as hot as if i took it out of the pan it smells fried too the middle is still where it was fried in two hours so are you surprised we debunk the myth that animals actually live in london our desert expedition it also shows us that the videos of cars on the internet melting in the summer are not real even here no car parts melting into an egg one day maybe in a week what happened why does your nose bleed with its unique topography this place was added to the list of unesco world heritage sites in 2016 we have reached the end of a very difficult documentary visitors with a surface temperature over 70 degrees we have given everything i also want to thank poor janet she was with me every moment of this trip and helped me film this documentary she gave me advice on how to survive in the wild and build shelters she also filmed a video in the desert of nod and very important photos taken from the other side of the desert that were not paid for in this video showed what you can do if you expose yourself to a temperature of 70 degrees for 24 hours in the middle of the desert lud the hottest place on earth how to get to the half in the desert at 70 degrees without help again what happens during this time this very special video that you can't find anywhere else We think you should definitely watch it.
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