My article was hacked and I have to rewrite it, sorry for the mistake.
A newly detected asteroid the size of a football field is expected to pass by the Earth on Tuesday, September 11 at around 4:05 UTC. The space rock, designated 2018 QU1, will miss our planet with a relative velocity of 12.5 km/s at a distance of about 10.9 lunar distances (LD), what corresponds to 4.18 million kilometers. 2018 QU1 18-Sep-11 10.9 LD 12.5 100 2018 RB1 18-Sep-11 2.5 LD 8.1 10 The winter of 1931-32 was virtually snowless and the UK in a mild southwesterly flow. Only on the 7th January was there with a wind with a notable northerly component. This resulted in a mild month with few frosts and little snow. On the 18th, in Morayshire, a maximum of 16.1C was recorded due to the Fohn effect. February 1932 was a generally cold and very anticyclonic month. As a result of the anticyclonic conditions, it was an exceptionally dry month. Total number of days of wintry precipitation recorded at Lerwick for these winters 1929-30: 4 1930-31: 11 1931-32: 5 1932-33: 12 1933-34: 4 1934-35: 12 Not exactly brilliant for snow, the winters of 1929-30 to 1934-35 1932: The Year Without a Winter
In reality, I tried to mention the asteroid QU1 passed in 1931 and the effect of this event was a dry weather around some regions of the world. I couldn’t find even again the articles in this regards. Anyhow, it is necessary to cool down the earth in next years and take care of petroleum wells and digging wells to cool down the earth instead of regional wars and arms spending.
Of course, we have experts and many specialists but before something happens we have to be aware. Japanese well known with their knowledge in tectonics and seismology had a big tsunami and the damaged nuclear power installation. The warm weather can causes a great risks of seismicity.