This world is not always exactly what it seems. Things that are popular, touted, or just awesome, or at least unbelievable, can be, quite simply, pretty bad. Bad for you, your mental well-being and your physical safety or just not good for the planet. In this list, we're going to introduce 10 things that we think are fantastic or at least very cool, but which are actually causing some real problems.
10th Wind turbines
Wind power. Ah, what could be greener? It is a better means of environmentally friendly energy production than, for example, coal power and a means of environmentally friendly energy production for civilization. Or maybe not. At least not with birds. Wind turbines are widely praised as advances in green energy, but the gigantic structures cause problems and require the deaths of many birds, from waterbirds and songbirds to eagles, hawks and hawks.
The giant metal blades are not Dutch windmills, and if they are on trails, the results can be particularly catastrophic. The best places to place the structures for good, strong winds can also be bird migration hotspots. A problem, in fact, since the Green Movement sincerely intends to protect wildlife, native birds are no less than others. While the debate continues on how bad wind turbines are for the bird population as a whole, the issues of how turbines are built and where they are to be deployed to minimize impacts, become a hot topic Sometimes ornithologists and conservationists are busy and wind engineers against each other.
. 9 Space Exploration
Space exploration is an incredible achievement of humanity. A journey from people to the moon – or just Earth orbit – seems pretty incredible. But despite the advances, space travel has brought with it a multitude of problems that are literally a lot of garbage. Do you know this neighbor, who has so much trash in his garden, that his property looks like a run-down, second-hand business that no longer works, combined with a landfill? The bad news is due to the pinnacle of our space-travel species describing the Earth. The Debris Field contains 500,000,000 large chunks of space junk that are being tracked. Space debris is not only unsightly and unnatural, it also harbors a variety of threats.
First, space travel is threatened by the garbage it causes, and collision damage is a growing problem faced by any vehicle approaching, circling, or leaving our world. In addition, space debris falling on the ground can jeopardize aircraft or even humans or infrastructure if the debris is large enough to travel through the atmosphere. In 1969, five Japanese sailors were hit by space debris  while an Oklahoma resident, Lottie Williams, suffered shoulder injuries from a piece of metal that was about 4 by 5 inches in size and came from a Delta II rocket tank. For the past 50 years, NASA has documented a drop to the earth every day.
. 8 Celebrity
To be famous is the dream of many people, right? In fact, you might want to start apologizing to the celebrities – or at least to some of them – and thanking your lucky stars if you are not yet famous for . In an expanding global culture of celebrity obsession some of the biggest problems with being a celebrity were overwhelmingly pushed aside. But celebrities comment and what they have to do is say chilling .
Johnny Depp described the fame in an interview as "Living Like a Refugee," emphasizing that strategies must be used to move, be it from a hotel or a restaurant. Lady Gaga said it clearly, as if she was owned by the public and not free. Daniel Craig of James Bond commented on the effort of being constantly photographed, while Daniel Radcliffe described the danger of alcohol consumption as a means of dealing with viewing. The acquaintance as a celebrity was despised by Jennifer Lawrence as a major challenge to the fame of Hunger Games while George Clooney still had a few words to describe the problems. He described fame as the inability to "enjoy simple pleasures" because he was unable to walk easily in Central Park.
. 7 Dolphin & Orca Training
Many people dream of working with marine mammals, especially dolphins and orcas (so-called killer whales, which are actually large dolphins and not whales). Even swimming with dolphins carries the risk that the interactions go sideways, while training in captivity carries risks, especially in orcas. First, many people have expressed ethical concerns about captive whales, but a series of accidents and injuries involving dolphins in captivity and either trainers or spectators, serve as an important lesson to these Animals can do real damage.
In human interactions with orcas in captivity, 30 injuries or deaths occurred in the 1970s. Trainers were drowned by apparently angry or disturbed Orcas beaten, bitten and arrested. with deaths best known at SeaWorld when coaches were violently attacked. In most deaths, a trainer died after being caught by a whale, while an intruder, Daniel Dukes, was found dead in SeaWorld in an Orca tank in 1991, although it could not be proven that his death came from an orca. The same Orca, Tilikum – with whom he was found dead – had previously killed a coach and attacked in 2010 the coach Dawn Brancheau deadly.
. 6 Hippos
First, we are not always sure how to pluralize the name of this creature. Is it hippopotamus or hippopotamus? Apart from jokes (both are acceptable, by the way), these creatures are not the kind and happy animals they are portrayed in, either in cartoons or as stylized creatures outside of the eponym "Hema" (Chinese for hippopotamus, translated river) horse ) Grocery stores created in China in honor of this African mammal. In fact, hippos are one of the most destructive large animals that affect human society. They disturb entire communities and kill people stupid enough to try to interact with them. These fantastic creatures are really shitty when it's your unlucky day to hit one or worse a flock.
Hippos are heavy – males that sometimes weigh more than 9,000 pounds – but are fast and can reach speeds up to 18 miles per hour. And although they are not horses at all, but relatives of whales, dolphins and pigs, they are surprisingly agile and have a very bad temper when disturbed. Hippos have enormous canines that embarrass lions and may use them without warning. The giant beasts are primarily herbivores, but territorial aggression and other human conflicts result in approximately 3,000 deaths each year in their natural range in Africa according to the African Wildlife Foundation. Thanks to a notorious drug baron who fancies exotic animals, Columbia now has over 40 hippos at large, descendants of four who have become free.
. 5 Electric cars
Electric cars may have once been fantastic or simply impractical, but the fuel-free vehicle is not a prime example. The electric car should stay, it turns out. Neither fully electric vehicles nor hybrid vehicles make the dream of an environment that the general public imagine. Batteries that power electric vehicles must come from somewhere and do not last forever. The environmentally friendly production of batteries seems far away. The production of electric car batteries depends on a few elements while the global demand for cars far exceeds the capacity of the earth to supply the required materials in sufficient quantities to meet the needs of the automotive market with only electric vehicles ,
Other problems include increased particulate emissions due to tire wear due to the increased design of electric vehicles. In a surprising example, sensitive ecosystems that function as oases in the Chilean Atacama Desert were besieged by electric vehicle mining activities. After all, electric vehicles are so quiet that it is actually possible to get run over by an electric vehicle just because you have not heard it, especially at slow speeds where the tire noise level is limited.
. 4 Supernovae
We fear earth-bound natural disasters as we admire the night sky with awe, but perhaps with insufficient care. The stars hold the danger for the earth, and that is the supernova. It is unlikely that Earth is in danger as things are currently related to supernovas in our galaxy. However, studies have shown that particularly strong supernova events could emit large amounts of blue light in the direction of the earth. Such a dying star bright enough to be visible in the daytime with the sun could cause problematic biological disturbances of the Earth's biosphere. Disorders of the endocrine system and sleep disorders are among the possible effects of a beautiful, natural, but undoubtedly harmful event.
Theoretical scenarios of a large supernova event taking place near Earth are prone to suddenly catastrophic events. While obvious supernova incidents pose a lesser risk to the Earth, in far more frightening scenarios there is the possibility that a supernova involving dead stars is not visible to astronomers – and therefore unknown – colliding and collapsing goes out of catastrophic event to blow up the earth. All in all, we can only hope that we do not experience a supernova in our lives because dying stars do no good for Earth.
. 3 Wide-Area Motion Imagery
A Security System for Steroids, Wide-Area Motion Imagery or WAMI seems to be a panacea for crime prevention. The technology is designed to collect stage-by-stage footage of entire cities, allowing each object or person of interest to be located and then tracked backwards or forwards over the recorded time as their actions progress. Where they went, what they did, when and why they are all offered by a good WAMI system. A single entity can observe a city and then provide forensic data that shows relationships between people, vehicles, and places. Almost everything could be found out about anyone at any time.
Nevertheless, the abuse potential is enormous. If a government or corporation decides to use the information unethically, it may result in privacy, security and personal security. Literally no movement, interaction or action that was unwanted would escape control, potentially making WAMI the ultimate weapon of the police state against civilians.
. 2 Purebred Pets
Ok. You have paid the high price to the breeder or the pet shop, you have signed and stamped the papers and the costs have just started. Purebred pets are sure to be overrated, and if you've paid the high price of buying your pet, there's more than a likelihood of having nasty, breed-specific illnesses and deficiencies and further draining your bank account. Why? Because purebred pets are faced with a double problem that mixed breeds may be less likely to carry. First of all purebred pets suffer from increased inbreeding and a generally smaller gene pool. That's a genetic problem.
Second, the risk of disease is dramatically increased in many animal breeds, as there are greatly exaggerated physical features that are not found in so-called half-breeds, which may be much closer to how nature has selected and looks like an animal for a better adaptation to the real world, compared to the special usage plans or the idea of what constitutes animal beauty. If you need an example, look at the exceedingly bizarre Bubble Eye Goldfish which are prone to eye problems and dropsy, or the respiratory problems that the English bulldog faces. Behavioral problems are also an ugly situation, as certain breeds are at risk of outbreaks of difficult temperament development.
. 1 Jogging and epic workouts
Movement is good for you. If it is harmful to your health to be a couch potato and can lead to heart problems and diabetes, it must be the panacea for lifestyle-related health issues to exercise as much as possible. Not really. Just because it's the opposite of a sedentary lifestyle, too much fitness nut may not help your own health goals and may even be worse. Research published in the British Health Magazine Heart showed that those who exercise too much are actually at higher risk of dying than those who do not exercise much in Germany, the runner found who regularly participated in marathons actually suffered from a higher accumulation of coronary plaque compared to the "couch potatoes" included in the study. The plaque caused a higher risk of heart disease. Excessive training causes the body to become blocked by oxidative by-products of exercise, including free radicals that react with cholesterol, as fat and sugar are excessively burned too aggressively during over-exercise.