- There is a severe weather on earth – hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis can be devastating – but we're better off living here than on planets.
- The worst storms in the world are nothing compared to the shower of sulfuric acid in Venus, dust demons in Mars, or supersonic winds in Neptune.
- Watch the video above to see how good we are in the world.
The following is a document of the video.
Sulfuric acid from the sky. Epic dust storms are decreasing for months. And the giant hurricanes that swallowed the whole world. If you think the Earth has bad weather, think again.
Mercury now has very little atmosphere, and therefore, there is no real air to speak of. But from the most powerful storms in our solar system, you feel exactly what is called coronal mass excretion. These explosive storms occur on the Sun and render the surface of Mercury in high-energy radiation. So if the lack of oxygen and extreme temperatures does not kill you, the radiation will definitely be.
But this is not a problem in Venus. After all, the entire planet is covered with clouds. The bad news is poison. These clouds feed the skin in contact with your skin thanks to the sulfuric acid that causes the rain.
Mars is rocky and desert-like. So the wind can loose loose soil, Mt. Everest. But this is nothing compared to dust storms, which sometimes attract all the planets for months.
And the weather in Jupiter is no better. Of course, there's the Big Red Dot. A hurricane-like storm that lasted for at least 300 years. But there is another storm that is equally powerful on Jupiter. It's twice as fast as the category 5 hurricane with the wind. His name is Oval BA. But it's usually called Little Red Spot. Despite the size of the world. And since astronomers discovered in 2000, they are growing in this dimension.
The next door, even bigger weather events: the north pole of Saturn has a giant jet stream called the "Hexagonal". Each of its six separate sides is larger than the Earth itself! And a massive, rotating cloud system at the center. 50 times bigger than the average eye of a hurricane in the world.
We're moving to the right. Next: Uranus. If you look at the slope, you will notice that Uranus turns on its side! This is what makes the seasons more than the other places in the solar system. For example, there is no sunlight in winter time. Since Uranus is far from the sun, winter 21 is equivalent to Earth years. It can reach -216 degrees Celsius with 21 degrees Celsius.
Last but not least Neptune. You will want to do windsurfing for this visit. Approximately "the windy planet", Neptune's strongest winds may exceed 1,930 kilometers per hour. This is one and a half times the speed of sound on Earth. And it's fast enough to fly from NY to NY in just 2.3 hours.
Perhaps the acid rain, the rising dust demons, and the super-fast winds make our planet's weather conditions not so pleasant, too hot, too cold, too windy. Full decision.
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