Title might be a bit hard to understand but let me explain : when the dew point is above humans temperature (37℃) the water condenses in the lungs which are at a lower temperature than the air which means mammals die drowned by breathing the air. Of course, such a level is different and above the 35℃ wet bulb temperature.

My question is as follows : what’s the current estimated global warming level that would maintain such fatal dew point continuously during an entire month in at least 1 place of the world each year (i.e making everyone willing to kill or get killed for wanting to flee).

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    Dec 27, 2022 at 3:49


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