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00:0-1 you . Oh , we we won't . We ?
00:13 Uh huh . Oh , my , This is a
00:18 flood . Help ! Help ! But first you need
00:23 to learn about floods . Zoom in . Many of
00:28 you might think that floods are just overflowing of water
00:33 . Well , it is much more than that .
00:37 Yeah , an event when the dry piece of land
00:41 suddenly gets submerged in water is usually known as floods
00:46 . Oh , don't take it lightly . A flood
00:49 comes in all depths . Sometimes it is so high
00:54 that you don't even have a place to go .
00:57 The power of floods is sometimes very dangerous . It
01:02 can knock your car off and sweep you off your
01:05 feet too . Causes of floods are heavy rains ,
01:10 river overflow , tsunami or hurricanes , Ice or snow
01:16 ? Males breaking of dams , etcetera . Who help
01:23 ? Who ? Who ? Mm , So a flood
01:28 can be divided majorly into three categories . Slow onset
01:34 floods . This kind of flood usually happens when water
01:39 bodies overflowed their banks . As the name suggests ,
01:43 this one develops slowly , which can last for days
01:48 or even weeks . Rapid onset floods , this kind
01:53 of flood . Thus , for a day or two
01:56 , even though it is destructive , it still takes
01:59 a little time to develop and thus giving people a
02:03 chance to escape . Mm . Now comes the most
02:08 dangerous of them all . Flash floods . This kind
02:13 occurs within a very short time . That is 2
02:17 to 6 hours and sometimes within minutes . This doesn't
02:22 give any time to prepare . No warnings . No
02:25 words of caution . Just destruction . But hey ,
02:31 don't lose heart . We can do our bits to
02:34 prevent floods . Yes , that's right . Planting more
02:39 trees help preventing floods . The roots of plants and
02:44 trees dig deep into the soil and create spaces between
02:48 soil particles which help in sleeping and holding onto floodwater
02:54 . Trim your time . Floods can even occur in
02:59 deserts . In ancient Egypt , people relied on the
03:03 Nile River floods because they created enriched soil for farmers
03:09 from So what are the three types of floods ?
03:13 Well , you keep thinking and post your answers in
03:17 the comments section below . This is me zooming out
03:22 . Tune in Next time for more fun facts .
03:27 Hey , friends , Isn't the weather lovely ? Wait
03:31 a minute . Is it me or is the ground
03:34 moving ? Whoa . Be careful . It's a landslide
03:39 . Let me tell you about this natural disaster looming
03:47 when the upper mass of the soy gets dislocated from
03:50 the lower layers and travels down slope . It is
03:54 referred to as a landslide . It is also called
03:58 a landslip or a mudslide . Landslides can be caused
04:03 by a number of reasons . It could be either
04:07 . Natural causes like volcanic eruptions , soil erosion and
04:12 sometimes heavy rainfall increases the wrath of landslides . Even
04:18 human activities like mining cut increase , increase the fertility
04:23 of land and make it more prone to landslides .
04:28 One of the most prevalent reasons is gravity . Well
04:33 , whatever result has to fall down due to gravity
04:38 , isn't it ? Landslides can either move very slowly
04:43 , like some millimeters per year . Or it could
04:47 be disastrously fast , sometimes more than 100 MPH .
04:54 But if you're living on a flat land with no
04:58 hills or mountains , then you're safe . But if
05:01 you're living somewhere between mountains and on a hilly terrain
05:05 , then my friends , you might be at risk
05:09 . But don't worry . You could always prepare with
05:12 some simple steps . Avoid building houses near steep slopes
05:17 or at the edges of mountains , stay away from
05:22 drainage parts because water flow increases the speed of landslides
05:28 . Landslides do not only happen on Earth , many
05:32 scientists believe that planets like Mercury , Mars and Venus
05:37 have had landslides . To looks like friends , I'm
05:42 not even save you . Trivia time . Landslides can
05:48 happen underwater , too , and they are called submarine
05:52 landslides . The hot mountain landslide is the largest landslide
05:58 ever recorded . That has happened 50 million years ago
06:05 . So , friends , what are the other two
06:07 names for landslides posted right below in the comments section
06:12 and wait for more fun facts . This is me
06:16 zooming out . Yeah , what's wrong with the water
06:22 today ? One day of no water can be so
06:25 troublesome , isn't it ? But can you imagine living
06:29 for a week without adequate water supply ? That's what
06:33 happens in a trot , and this is what we'll
06:36 be talking about today . Come on , zoom in
06:42 . Droughts are usually defined as extended periods of time
06:46 , with less than average rainfall causing a water shortage
06:50 on the surface , in the atmosphere or in the
06:54 ground water levels . It truly becomes a disaster when
06:58 it begins to affect crops and the lives of people
07:02 and animals alike . Trots can lead to the destruction
07:07 of crops , erosion of soil , severe shortage of
07:11 water supply , etcetera shots can be classified into four
07:17 different types . These are meteorological drought . This kind
07:22 of drought is specific to different regions based on the
07:27 weather . For example , 20 inches of rainfall in
07:31 a year is normal for place A , but the
07:35 same amount could be very less to place B agricultural
07:41 draught . This accounts for the water needs of crops
07:45 and agriculture . For instance , not enough water at
07:50 planting may cause low heels , leading to low plant
07:55 populations . Hydrological drought refers to continuous low water volumes
08:03 in streams , rivers and reservoirs . Human activities can
08:08 worsen hydrological draughts . Hydrological drought is often linked with
08:14 meteorological droughts , socio economic draught . This occurs when
08:21 the demand for water exceeds the supply . Examples of
08:26 this could be when a state requires a lot more
08:29 water than is produced from hydro electric stations or underground
08:35 wells . Now that you know about what draughts are
08:40 , let me tell you some tips on how to
08:43 survive them . The one major rule you must keep
08:47 in mind is save water . So here are some
08:52 tips for saving water . During a draught , fill
08:56 the washing machine and dishwasher too full before starting them
09:02 . Wash fruits and vegetables in a bowl of water
09:06 instead of under running water . Don't leave the water
09:10 running while washing your face or brushing your teeth .
09:15 Take smaller shots or , if you use a bathtub
09:19 , fill it only halfway . And , most importantly
09:24 , recycle . Don't waste water that can be reused
09:29 somewhere else , such as to water plants or cleaning
09:34 . Drive your time . Only 0.3% of water on
09:39 Earth is fresh water available for human consumption . A
09:46 once thriving settlement by the poor Blow People in Chaco
09:50 Canyon , New Mexico was abandoned in the 13th century
09:54 due to a 60 year mega draught . Well ,
09:58 friends , now you know what droughts are and how
10:02 to prepare and survive through them . For more fun
10:06 facts , tune in next time . Until then ,
10:09 this is me zooming out . Oh , hello .
10:18 It's quite windy today , so I thought I'll take
10:22 a quick flight . Oh , it sure is windy
10:28 . Oh , no , it's a storm . You
10:32 mean hurricane , hurricane stock ? Whatever . Just run
10:37 . You mean fly won't forget it . Just come
10:41 , Doctor Binoche's Okay , Well , that reminds me
10:45 that today's topic is hurricane human . Whoa ! Hurricane
10:53 is a huge storm that generally forms over warm ocean
10:57 waters near the equator . The warm air above the
11:01 ocean rises upward , thus creating an area of low
11:05 pressure below . Air from the surrounding areas pushed in
11:10 and try to fill the area with low air pressure
11:14 , which now becomes warm and moist and rises to
11:19 . As the moist air rises , the surrounding air
11:23 again tries to fill in , and this process continues
11:27 till the water in the air forms clouds . Soon
11:31 the clouds and winds feather around , fueled by the
11:35 oceans , heat and water vapor . Mhm . Therefore
11:39 , hurricanes could also be called giant engines that use
11:44 warm and moisture as their fuel . When we see
11:48 from the top , hurricanes can be as huge as
11:51 300 miles wide . The center of the hurricane is
11:56 called the eye of the hurricane , which is the
12:00 calmest part . The eye wall surrounds the eye where
12:04 the most damaging winds are found . It can range
12:08 anywhere from 5 to 30 miles . Then comes the
12:14 rain bands , which surround the eye wall . These
12:17 bands are a series of dense clouds that give a
12:21 pinwheel like appearance to the hurricane , which range from
12:25 50 to 300 miles . Hurricanes are divided into five
12:32 categories , depending on the speed of their wind .
12:36 Yeah , take a look category 34 and five are
12:42 the most dangerous ones . Trivia time . A huge
12:48 hurricane can release energy equivalent to 10 atomic bombs per
12:53 second . Hurricanes in the Pacific Ocean are known as
12:58 typhoons . So this is me zooming out . Tune
13:05 in Next time for more fun facts by Whoa ,
13:18 you're laughing , right ? Watching me tumble like that
13:21 , are you ? Oh , no , no ,
13:25 Go ahead . But , hey , do you know
13:30 what just happened ? Ooh , there we go again
13:36 . Well , this is nothing but an earthquake .
13:41 A small one indeed . Come , let me tell
13:44 you about earthquakes today . Zoom in . Mhm .
13:49 The surface of the earth is like a jigsaw puzzle
13:52 . Yes , it's not a single piece of land
13:56 , but approximately 20 pieces of a puzzle that constantly
14:00 moved . But you don't feel it because they move
14:04 quite slowly . Each one of those puzzle pieces are
14:08 called tectonic plates . So whenever those plates hit a
14:13 bump , a slide past another plate . An earthquake
14:19 is caused . The surface where these plates slip is
14:23 called the fault or the fault plane . So when
14:28 do you think it happens ? Well , it happens
14:32 all the time , but hey , don't be scared
14:36 . Most of the times we don't feel the quakes
14:39 as they are too small to reach us , but
14:44 sometimes they are so strong that they can be felt
14:48 over 1000 miles away . The place where the earthquake
14:53 originates is called the Hypo Center , and the place
14:57 where it occurs on the Earth's surface is called the
15:00 epicenter . There are three types of earthquakes . Convergent
15:06 boundary . Here . One plate is forced over another
15:11 during an earthquake which causes a thrust fault . Many
15:16 hills and mountains have been formed due to the convergent
15:20 boundary divergent boundary . Here , plates are drifted apart
15:26 from each other , forming a rift zone . This
15:30 kind gives birth to new ocean flows transform fault here
15:36 , the plate slipped by each other . And this
15:39 is also called strike slip . So earthquakes are nothing
15:46 but the shaking , rolling for a southern shock of
15:51 the earth's surface . Now you know that whenever the
15:56 earth distressed or angry , it shakes and grumbles ,
16:00 Don't be scared . I was just kidding . Trip
16:06 your time . The instrument used by scientists to measure
16:11 the intensity of earthquake is known as a seismograph .
16:15 A tsunami is caused when earthquakes occur underwater . Whoa
16:22 , whoa ! He hikes . I need to rush
16:26 before I tumble again . So this is me zooming
16:30 out . Tune in next time for more fun facts
16:34 . Hey , hello . Friends were Oh , no
16:44 , I guess that's a tsunami . Come . Let
16:49 me tell you all about it , Zuman . Tsunamis
16:54 are caused by sudden movements of the ocean floor due
16:58 to earthquakes , landslides on the sea floor , land
17:04 slumping into the ocean , large volcanic eruptions or a
17:10 meteorite crash on the ocean floor . One of the
17:14 earthquake , a landslide or volcanic eruption , occurs on
17:20 the sea or ocean bed . A vertical jolt is
17:24 created , which displaces the bed and causes extreme tension
17:30 in water . The water is pushed upwards , but
17:35 gravity tries to pull it down . This causes an
17:39 upsurge in the water levels and the waves start moving
17:43 away from the point of tension . Tsunamis are barely
17:48 felt as a ripple on the ocean surface as the
17:51 water is quite deep . But as and when those
17:55 wave reached the land , the water becomes shallower and
18:00 the waves constantly increase In height . They hit the
18:05 shore and oh , my cause a lot of destruction
18:10 . It has said the first wave of a tsunami
18:13 is not the strongest , but the successive waves are
18:18 bigger and stronger . Oh , and tsunamis can travel
18:23 at a speed of about 500 MPH , which is
18:28 almost as fast as a jet plane . And that's
18:33 why tsunami waves are called killer waves . Deadly ,
18:37 Isn't it trivia time ? Did you know that a
18:42 tsunami wave can be less than 30 centimeters in height
18:46 and can pass off unnoticed ? If you get stuck
18:49 in a tsunami ? Don't swim because the currents will
18:53 pull you in the opposite direction . Just hold on
18:57 to a floating object and be safe . So here's
19:01 the deal . Go watch this video to know more
19:04 about earthquakes . After all , that's one of the
19:07 major causes of a tsunami . This is me zooming
19:12 out . Tune in Next time for more fun facts
19:17 . Yeah , hello , friends Do . Are you
19:29 wondering what this is ? Well , it's the molten
19:33 lava that comes out from a volcano . Come ,
19:38 let me tell you what a volcano is . Zoom
19:42 in . I'm sure you've seen mountains that open up
19:46 and blurt out thick , molten , semi solid like
19:49 substance . Well , that's called a volcano . Let's
19:55 learn more about it . A volcano is event or
20:00 chimney that connects magma from within the earth's crust to
20:04 the earth's surface . The liquid rock is called magma
20:09 when it is under the earth's surface and lava after
20:13 it comes out . So how does a volcano erupt
20:21 ? Right ? The molten rock stone in the magma
20:24 chamber rises through the creator piped pockets as it travels
20:29 up the main vent , gases expand and water becomes
20:33 team , creating pressure when the pressure can no longer
20:37 be contained . The volcano erupts through the crater and
20:41 secondary side events . Common volcanic gases include water vapor
20:47 , carbon dioxide , sulfur dioxide , hydrogen chloride ,
20:52 hydrogen fluoride and hydrogen sulfide . Popular belief is that
20:58 volcano is a large cone shaped mountains , but that's
21:02 not true . There are many more types of volcanoes
21:06 , such as white plateaus , fish events and bulging
21:11 dome shapes . There are also volcanoes found on the
21:15 ocean floor , and even under ice caps such as
21:20 those found in Iceland . Prove your time . The
21:25 word volcano originally comes from the name of the Roman
21:28 god of fire Vulcan . Mhm , the tallest volcano
21:34 in the solar system isn't on earth at all ,
21:38 but on Mars . So tune in next time for
21:43 some more fun filled facts . This is me zooming
21:47 out
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