In the desert of northern Chile, South America, there is an unknown place. For 91 years from 1845 to 1936, there was no drop of rain.
The Turpan Basin in Xinjiang, China, known as the Flame Mountain Gallery, where a maximum temperature of 47.8 ° C appeared in July 1941. Looking at the world, as early as July 1879, a maximum temperature of 53.6 ° C was measured in Wallagra, Algeria. By July 1913, a record of 56.7 ° C was measured in the Valley Valley, California. In September 1922, the temperature in Liberia s Garyan suddenly rose to a record high of 57.8 ° C, and the extreme heat regained Africa from the North American continent.