Increasing people’s mental health from the rising temperatures of the world, increasing hatred

Increasing people’s mental health from the rising temperatures of the world, increasing hatred
Potsam: A new study has shown that extreme temperatures increase hatred on the Internet.

Researchers at Germany’s Potsam Institute for Climate Impact Research have found that when the weather is hot or cold, people are more aggressive on the Internet.

Researchers, head of the research group, said the results of the research clarified the new impact of online hateful changes that could affect the unit of society as a whole and people’s mental health.
Researchers in the research used machine learning to analyze more than four billion tweets in the United States between 2014 and 2020. It turned out that 7.5 million tweets were based on hatefulness.

Researchers later compared the tweets to the local weather data to see a possible relationship between the two.

Researchers in the research learned about the final number of tweets and the rise of hateful tweets at extreme temperatures, said author, author of the research. Whenever the weather was cold or hot, people’s online behavior was more aggressive.

Researchers say the number of hate tweets at a temperature of 12 to 21 degrees Celsius was low. However, if the temperature was lower then the hatred was seen 12 % while in the higher the temperature, 22 per hatred. There was an increase.

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