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Is going to the sun dangerous to humans?
In a word Yes.
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Looking directly at the sun can damage your eyesight. The invisible ultra-violet light from the sun can give you more than a tan if it weren't mostly blocked by the Earth's at…mosphere. The solar flares can disrupt communication and navigation systems on Earth. It can cause blackouts in cities and damage satellites in outer space.
Firstly, any form of radiation is harmful to the body because it causes cellular aberrations and genetic mutations which may ultimately lead to cancer. As for sun radiation, s…o long as you don't get yourself too overexposed there's really nothing to worry about. in fact the sun is helpful in the activation of vitamin D. just a tip, the best time to go out for a little sun would be early in the morning and later in the afternoon. However, staying in the sun for too long over the years without wearing a hat, suncreen, sunglasses, protective clothing or staying in the shade can increase your risk of getting skin cancer.. Did You Know: Getting sunburnt 5 times each Summer increases your risk of skin cancer by 10%
It can cause sun burn and skin cancer
Temporary/permanent blindness is the biggest one. Your eyes could be permanently damaged. It is just too bright, and don't do it.
There are hazards associated with the sun. It is a source of energetic particles (mostly protons), and if it wasn't for the earth's magnetic field, we'd get "showered" by them…. Certainly it supplies light we need, but the higher energy rays, the ultraviolet, or UV, rays can be a problem if we endure long exposure. Skin cancer is a real threat. And under certain conditions, the planet can experience "excessive" warming. This "warming" will significantly alter climates worldwide (global climate change), and plant and animal life will change dramatically because of this.. But the sun is a source of energy for life on earth. If the sun went dark, the earth would cool and freeze solid. The only remaining life would be simple forms (animals and plants) entombed in the frozen oceans and ice sheets that would form over the globe. All complex life would be destroyed, as freezing forms ice in cells, and the ice crystals tear through cell walls and kill the cells.
It can be dangerous to be out in sunny weather if you do not have adiquate hydration and some sort of shelter from it. It would be impossible to be inside it if that's what yo…u're asking. The temperatures would vaporize almost anything inside it.
It provides humans with warmth and sunlight. Without the sun, we would have no food, we would be cold, and there would be no light in the world to shelter us.
In short, sunlight is made of light waves. These light waves are of various energies. The small band of energy we can see is called the visible spectrum. These waves are not d…angerous to us. There are light waves that are slightly higher in energy these are known as Ultra Violet(UV) rays. These rays contain enough energy to penetrate your skin cells and cause damage to your DNA. This damage can lead to serious side effects such as skin cancer if you body is unable to properly repair the damage. Luckily the vast majority of the time your body is able to repair the damage through a number of highly complex DNA repair mechanisms.
humans are the most dangerous animal on earth because other animals can cause only physical harms but humans can cause emotional, mental and physical harms for their selfish b…enefits
No, not with any manned missions. The energy would fry anything that comes close. Perhaps we will be able to send probes to reasonable distances, or to Mercury, to make observ…ations. We currently have probes in our general vacinity that are taking amazingly beautiful and informative 3D images of the sun.
They don not like sun at all, it will dry them out.
1. During solar eclipse when solar radiations are high. 2. During noon in extreme high temperature (can cause dehydration-stroke) 3. In a desert in hot summer noon
Like the sun on holiday but a hundred times worse and u can get terribly Ill
Humans travel to and from the Antarctic continent when it is accessible either by ship or by airplane. During the winter season -- when the sun isn't shining, the continent …is not accessible.
The sun's rays contain UV rays, which upon coming into contact with the skin, instigate the formation of vitamin D. Excessive vitamin D can lead to skin cancer in the future