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2022-09-21
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Austrian scientist Marcus Oman said at a press conference held in Geneva on November 2 that he and some scientists had investigated the air pollution situation in North America and Europe. The investigation showed that the small particles emitted after the combustion of fossil fuels could not only cause heart disease, but also reduce the life expectancy of people living in these areas by 8 months

Marcus Oman is a scientist of the "International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis". He and his colleagues prepared a report for the meeting of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe held in Geneva from November 29 to December 3, and it is very important. His above disclosure is based on the content of this report 6. No live disassembly and assembly of integrated circuits and printed boards. A total of 49 countries participated in the meeting to study how to prevent and control air pollution

the fuel oil and coal currently used are all formed from ancient animal and plant remains, so they are called fossil fuels. Marcus Oman pointed out that in the past, everyone has reached a consensus that the small particles emitted after the combustion of fossil fuels are harmful to the human respiratory system, but their research found that these small particles enter the blood and lungs, causing inflammation of heart valves, resulting in myocardial infarction, which is a major cause of heart disease and can reduce people's life expectancy by 8 months. For people living in heavily urbanized areas, such as Belgium, northern Italy and the European part of Russia, life expectancy will even be reduced by 2 years

the small particles emitted after the combustion of fossil fuels mainly come from thermal power plants and cement plants, which aim to improve the overall performance of various transportation and industrial sectors, as well as the emissions of steel mills and automobiles. Its size is very small, only 25 thousandths of a millimeter in diameter, and its weight is very light, and it can float in the air for 40 to 50 hours. Once there is wind, it can travel 3000 kilometers, so the treatment of this pollution cannot be limited to the efforts of one country. Marcus Oman pointed out that in recent years, through the efforts of various countries, the emission of sulfur dioxide has been reduced. He estimated that in 10 to 15 years, the emission of small particles after fuel combustion will be reduced. People's life expectancy is not 8 months now, but 5 to 6 months. Gaiming

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