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WHERE IS OXYGEN ?

by Sumer choudhary 2 months ago in Nature

Value of oxygen.

Today we know that the world suffers from the covid-19 disease. This disease effect on the respiratory system of human. A patient can't breathe. He uses an oxygen cylinder. Oxygen must need for life but we can forget. Some years ago people have forgotten the use of water than the earth has a few cost of drinking water and people are selling water bottles. We don't learn a lesson about this problem, so we are seeing today that oxygen is selling in-cylinder ender. We cannot live without oxygen, food, and water.

In 2.8 billion years ago earth doesn't have oxygen than Cyanobacteria or blue-green algae produced oxygen by photocentisis reaction. Today earth has 21 percent of oxygen, 78 percent of nitrogen, and 1percent other gases. Scientific research said that the amount of oxygen decrease by 0.7 percent in 8 million years but carbon die oxide (0.4 amount) are increased. CO2 is harmful gas for humans and animals.



People are using non-biodegradable things like plastics. It decreases oxygen levels. Every country is making bombs, missiles. This weapon consumes oxygen in explosion time. People are cutting trees. They are making dams, industrial factories, and filled, so we are losing trees. People know the benefits of trees but they don't care. We don't have a sufficient amount of oxygen then we will face many problems like difficulty breathing, our body may nay work, experience confusion work time, dizziness, chest pain, headache, racing heart, the mind does not work, etc. Earth will not has trees than people have more problems like climate change, desertification, soil erosion, fewer crops, flooding, increase greenhouse gases, increase sea level, etc. It will big effect on oxygen quantity. Oxygen use for humans and animals. We will die.



During covid-19 we know the importance of oxygen. Scientific research in 2018 a one oxygen cylinder cost 2$, so one tree gives 40,000$ but during the covid-19 crisis, a one oxygen cylinder cost 6$ than one tree gives 120000$. A patient can't breathe then he takes to breath 1440 - 14400 liter per day. A normal person takes oxygen by 73 trees per day. A worldwide based report that Earth has 400 billion trees. Only 390 million trees are available in the Amazon forest. It has 55 lack square kilometers area. It is called the " heart of the earth". One tree produces 8-11 tan (1 tan =1000 kg) oxygen and takes to breath 12-13 tan carbon die oxide(CO2) quantity.

Oxygen has three isotopes like 16O, 17O, and 18O ( 16,17,18 mass numbers of elements). Stable isotope 16O. It is most abundant, it has 99 percent in nature. Trees produce 16Oxygen by photocentisis reaction. Oxygen is natural resources only trees. Some trees increase 22-24 hours oxygen like a banyan tree, peepal tree (scientific name ficus religiosal), so we should grow more trees. Trees don't take anything for humans but it gives more. It's useful for humans, environment and give fruits, cast, wild animals home, jobs, etc. It makes a balance of the earth.

People have forgotten that trees give breath but we don't give breath. Today we are producing oxygen in industrial factories but it is not a natural resource. We can produce oxygen but can't control climate change and global warming. We cannot produce food without the environment. The environment depends on trees, not industrial factories. This time change of over curiosity. We should take steps for trees and give breath. We should make forests, not industrial factories. We should suffer in disease than we have treatment but the earth has problems than it is treatment trees. Oxygen produces the right location of trees, not industrial factories.

QUOTES - God is always there for us, whether we want Him there or not. He takes full responsibility to supply oxygen for our survival.

Gift Gugu Mona,

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