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FirstFt: One Hundred Million Americans Will Be Living in “Hazardous” Heat in the Next Three Decades

According to a report’s projections, by the end of the next three decades, temperatures of greater than 125 degrees Fahrenheit (52 degrees Celsius) will be commonplace across one-fourth of the geographical area in the United States, which is home to more than one hundred million people.

This “intense heat belt” will extend from its current location in fifty counties to more than one thousand by the year 2053, according to an analysis conducted by the First Street Foundation, a climate risk research organisation based in New York City.

When the heat index, which is calculated by adding the temperature to the relative humidity, reaches 125 degrees Fahrenheit or above, the National Weather Service issues a warning of “extreme danger.”

Heat stroke, cardiovascular issues, and even mortality are all more likely to occur when the heat index is higher than that threshold.

According to First Street, the number of individuals in the United States who would be subjected to temperatures of this kind is predicted to increase from 8 million in the year 2023 to 107 million in the year 2053.


In other news, we are keeping a careful eye on Capitol Hill as the potential for violence increases in the wake of the volatile repercussions of the FBI search of Donald Trump’s residence.

The former president and his Republican allies have been quite critical of the nation’s law enforcement agencies as well as the attorney general of the United States, Merrick Garland.

Trump asserts in a post published on Truth Social that the search was conducted for political reasons and that the situation “was all so out of control [with] immense seething rage.”

Mike Turner, the Republican who holds the ranking position on the House Intelligence Committee, raised questions about whether or not Garland “abused his discretion.”

The Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) issued a joint bulletin on Friday about the potential for attacks on law enforcement personnel and facilities in response to growing concerns that these comments would further inflame Trump’s base of conservative supporters.

The New York Times was able to get a message that issued a warning about the growing number of threats that are being made over social media, including the “threat to detonate a so-called dirty bomb in front of FBI headquarters” and calls for “armed insurrection.”

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In the meantime, Democrats have demanded an “evaluation” of the possible damage to national security posed by the classified materials that were discovered at Mar-a-Lago.

Since the search warrant was made public the previous week, there has been a rise in the amount of speculation regarding the reasons for the raid, as well as the following steps that the Department of Justice and Garland will do.

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