Water crisis in Cape town

Sun temperature will be reduced in South Africa’s CapeTown to avoid water crisis

The city of Cape Town in South Africa is currently facing a water crisis. And this is not the first time the city of Cape Town is grappling with the problem of water crisis. For the past several years, there is a water shortage in the city of Cape Town.

Now scientists have made a strange suggestion to remove this water shortage. Scientists say that if we reduce the temperature of the Sun, then the city of Cape Town can get rid of the water problem for a few decades to come. But now you may be wondering how will the temperature of the sun finally be reduced?

Scientists say that large amounts of sulfur dioxide will be sprayed into the skies of the city of Cape Town to protect the city of Cape Town from drying out completely. Spraying sulfur dioxide will create large amounts of clouds in the sky. If clouds form in the sky of the city of Cape Town in large quantities, then the sunlight will be less on the earth. The water sources of the city of Cape Town will dry up less due to less sunlight. In such a situation, the city of Cape Town can be saved from water crisis for a few decades to come.

Residents of the city of Cape Town are currently living in the shadow of de Ziro. But after all, is it de zero? De Ziro is called the day in the city of Cape Town when the government says that there is no longer water to supply people.

Experts say that Day Zero will be called on the day when only 13.3% water will be present in the reservoirs of the city of Cape Town. At such a time, only 200 places in the city of Cape Town will have water. From where people will be able to take water. Only 25 liters of water will be provided to each person. At the same time, water will be provided only for very important works like hospital government office. In such a situation, scientists are suggesting to the government to avoid de zeroo. It will be interesting to see how the city of Cape Town can be saved from de zero for decades to come.

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