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How climate models work

How do climate researchers generate their forecasts? The video shows how modern climate models work. Author: Von ZDF/Terra X/Gruppe 5/Luise Wagner, Jonas Sichert, Andreas Hougardy Dubbing: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

Climate Archive Ice Lab

Ice cores from Antarctica are a kind of climate archive. They provide information about the contents of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere thousands of years ago. Author: By ZDF/Terra X/Group 5/Luise Wagner, Jonas Sichert Dubbing: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

Why Is Peace Key For Economic Development

Peace and economic development are closely related. Watch this explainer video created by one of our volunteers that explains why one cannot exist without the other. Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/mysimpleshow Find more information on our website http://simpleshow-foundation.or

Climate factor CO₂

With the use of coal, oil and gas, humans currently blow about 40 gigatons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year. But how does CO2 cause the greenhouse effect? Author: ZDF/Terra X/Gruppe 5/ Luise Wagner, Jonas Sichert, Andreas Hougardy Redub: alugha Click here to see more videos: http

The temperature curve of the earth

Throughout earth's history, climate has been akin to a rollercoaster ride. The "fever curve" of our planet shows the global temperature fluctuations to date - reconstructed using historical climate data. Author: ZDF/Terra X/Gruppe 5/Luise Wagner, Jonas Sichert, Andreas Hougardy Redub: alugha Cli

Climate factor: the Sun

The earth moves in an elliptical orbit around the sun, so that depending on the distance, cyclical changes in the earth's climate occur. How does the sun influence today's climate change? Author: Von ZDF/Terra X/Story House Productions/Gruppe 5/Luise Wagner, Jonas Sichert, Rudi Kirschen Redub: al

Attack of retroviruses

Like other viruses, retroviruses attack cells and force them to produce more retroviruses. This is only the first stage of the attack, because retroviruses implant into the genome and become part of our DNA. Authors: 3sat/nano/Docstation/Johan von Mirbach/Anna Grün/Riccardo Giese/Nico Schlegel, Max

What are viruses and how do they attack?

There are probably 100 million different types of viruses. Their attacks always follow the same pattern. The viruses attach to a cell, transfer their genetic material and force the host cells to produce new viruses. Author: 3sat/nano/Docstation/Johan von Mirbach/Anna Grün/Riccardo Giese/Nico Schleg

What makes RNA viruses so dangerous?

The coronavirus is an RNA virus. An RNA is chemically more susceptible than a DNA. Errors occur more frequently during copying, and the virus mutates. Our immune system reacts slowly to it, vaccine development is more difficult. Author: 3sat/nano/Docstation/Johan von Mirbach/Anna Grün/Riccardo Gies

The most important climate factors

How sun, clouds, CO2 and other factors determine the climate. The video clip was created in collaboration with meteorologist Prof. Dr. Stephan Borrmann, Professor at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and Scientific Member at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, and climate scientist Dr. Di