Japan heatwave kills four, sends 900 to hospital
The mercury has risen above 35 degrees centigrade (95 degrees Fahrenheit) for three days in a row in much of Japan, where the thermostats of most air-conditioners have been turned down to reduce electricity consumption.
More than two-thirds of Japan’s nuclear reactors are offline five months after the March 11 quake and tsunami sparked the world’s worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl 25 years ago at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.
Four people died of heat stroke on Thursday — two farmers, a security guard and a construction worker — said the Asahi daily.
More than 900 people have been taken to hospital with heatstroke symptoms, including about 20 in serious condition, said the Kyodo News agency.
Since the start of July, more than 21,000 people in Japan have been rushed to hospital due to the summertime heat, and 32 of them have died, according to data from the Fire and Disaster Management Agency. – Terra Daily
Sweltering heat and drowning will kill thousand upon thousands as the scorch / and flooding policy continues upon the earth and its population.
Deuteronomy 28:22 The LORD will afflict you with wasting disease, fever, inflammation, burning heat, drought, blight, and mildew; these will pursue you until you perish.
2 Peter 3:11-13 Since all these things are to be destroyed in this way, [it is clear] what sort of people you should be in holy conduct and godliness as you wait for and earnestly desire the coming of the day of God, because of which the heavens will be on fire and be dissolved, and the elements will melt with the heat. But based on His promise, we wait for new heavens and a new earth, where righteousness will dwell.
Revelation 16:9 and people were burned by the intense heat. So they blasphemed the name of God who had the power over these plagues, and they did not repent and give Him glory.
Japan will soon be faced with an insurmountably wave of people that are suffering from radiation sickness. They were chosen as a doomed example for the rest of the world to look upon and ponder their own eventual fates.