There are life in the Arctic that should not exist. Scientists say that trapping them may save human beings!

There are life in the Arctic that should not exist. Scientists say that trapping them may save human beings!

The north and south poles are rare cold regions on the earth, with an average temperature of about – 60 or 70 degrees below zero. Most explorers dare not take risks like this. Even if they come to the north and south poles, they have to bring enough thermal equipment to prevent them from freezing to death. For human beings, it can be called a barren land, and it is also one of the few pure lands on the earth. No one expected that such a situation would not last long, and the north and south poles would usher in a major disaster. Affected by global warming, the temperature in the Arctic region reached 38 degrees, which is the highest record ever.

In the Arctic, where the last line of defense has been lost, glaciers are melting rapidly. Polar bears are homeless. They used to search for food under the ice, but now the ice is gone, and the problem of food and clothing can not be solved. They are on the verge of extinction. These polar regions are rich in mineral resources, and animal fossils are preserved under the permafrost. They are just natural databases, and they keep the most original information for human beings. Due to the excessive emission of carbon dioxide, methane and other greenhouse gases, some prehistoric creatures reappear and gradually wake up. There are life in the Arctic that should not exist. Scientists say that trapping them may save human beings!

Chlamydia detected under arctic ice

Scientists have detected viruses, microorganisms, bacteria and so on, which have strong activity and can be quickly revived by high-tech means. They are the source of many diseases. Recently, with the help of scientific and technological equipment, scientists found Chlamydia at 3000 meters below the ice. These Chlamydia should have disappeared long ago. Why do they still exist in the world?

Chlamydia has to find a host for its survival. If there is no host, it will lose its life soon, because it has no way to produce oxygen and energy by itself. Coupled with the low temperature in the Arctic, it can not survive independently. Generally, Chlamydia depends on other hosts to maintain its life. However, as long as it finds a suitable host, it will not lose its life anyway. The discovery of Chlamydia in the Arctic this time overturns all previous cognition, and its vitality is amazing. Chlamydia is harmful to human beings, as a kind of microorganism, it may enter other rivers and lakes.

What does Chlamydia appear to be related to?

Scientists have found that the emergence of Chlamydia may be related to marine sediments, Chlamydia attached to the body of these prehistoric organisms, as for its ability to maintain activity, it is still an unsolved mystery. In the deep-sea environment, no matter what organisms are prone to be flattened, it is also difficult to withstand water pressure. In this low oxygen deficient environment and lack of food, chlamydia can still maintain its activity, which makes scientists confused. It can be seen that Chlamydia has no direct relationship with the seabed sediments.

Unless it has evolved a strong environmental adaptability, it is impossible for human beings to find its trace until now. According to the current human ability, it is almost difficult to completely eliminate it. These are all the hazards caused by the melting of glaciers in the north and south poles. Global warming has become a fatal problem. If it cannot be solved, more viruses and microorganisms will be released than chlamydia. It’s time to wake up. What do you think is the existence of chlamydia? You can leave a message for interaction.

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