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Rising temperatures continue to melt records. The past decade was the hottest on record. Scientists tell us that ocean temperatures are now rising at the equivalent of five Hiroshima bombs a second. One million species are in near-term danger of extinction. Our planet is burning.

We can't overlook our oceans. "The world's oceans are now heating at the same rate as if five Hiroshima atomic bombs were dropped into the water every second."

The world's oceans are now heating at the same rate as if five Hiroshima atomic bombs were dropped into the water every second, scientists have said

The world's oceans are now heating at the same rate as if five Hiroshima atomic bombs were dropped into the water every second, scientists have said

#ClimateChange #ClimateCrisisOceans  are warming at the same rate as if five Hiroshima bombs were dropped in every second

It’s been 75 years since Hiroshima and Nagasaki were incinerated, and 50 years since the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty took effect. Yet the world is today in greater danger of nuclear war than at any time since the Cuban Missile Crisis

Editorial: A Hiroshima court’s ruling to suspend operations at the Ikata power plant’s No. 3 reactor can be said to go beyond the usual framework. #nuclearpower  #IkataNuclearPowerPlant  #HiroshimaHighCourt  #ShikokuElectricPowerCo 

The Titan II at this facility had a pre-set destination of “target 2” – a location that remains secret – and would have struck with a force 250 times that of both the US bombs used in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Scientists compare rate of ocean warming to 'dropping five Hiroshima bombs every second'

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The world's oceans are now heating at the same rate as if five Hiroshima atomic bombs were dropped into the water every second, scientists have said

The world's oceans are now heating at the same rate as if five Hiroshima atomic bombs were dropped into the water every second, scientists have said

The world's oceans are now heating at the same rate as if five Hiroshima atomic bombs were dropped into the water every second, scientists have said

It’s been 75 years since Hiroshima and Nagasaki were incinerated, and 50 years since the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty took effect. Yet the world is today in greater danger of nuclear war than at any time since the Cuban Missile Crisis

73 years ago today, the U.S. dropped the world's first atomic bomb on Japan's Hiroshima, killing over 140,000 people.

Thanks for coming to LEGEND -S - BAPTISM XX - in Hiroshima!! #BABYMETAL 

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Congratulations and Jai Ho to the @TheHockeyIndia  women’s team on winning the International Hockey Federation Series finals in Hiroshima. The nation is proud of you. Thank you.🙏👍 INININ#FIHSeriesFinals  #INDvJPN 

Nuclear detonation yield. Hiroshima: 13 kilotons Nagasaki: 20 kilotons North Korea's test today: 100 kilotons

Brighter than a thousand suns: Eyes that have seen a nuclear blast. Hiroshima, Japan. August 8, 1945

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