What is the hottest place on the Earth?Gambit62 - 6 Answers
There are many places on earth that are plenty hot - record-breaking hot. In fact, there's a good chance on the day the record-breaking temperature of 136Â° F/57.8Â°C was recorded by a meteorological station in El Azizia in 1922, there were other places hundreds of miles away that were even hotter. In all likelihood, this record temperature has been exceeded since then in many places on earth, but we have no official records of the temperatures.
Dallol (Ethiopia) holds the record high average temperature for an inhabited location on Earth where an average annual temperature of 34Â°C (94Â°F) was recorded between the years 1960 and 1966.
Higher surface temperatures have been recorded, for example, 70.7 Â°C (159.3 Â°F) in 2004 and 2005 in the Lut desert, Iran.
The hottest place on Earth as of 2005 is in the Lut Desert in Iran at 70.7 degrees Celsius. This inviting region is abiotic ? meaning without life; not even bacteria have been found. The specific hot zone, covering 480 square kilometers is called Gandom Beriyan (the toasted wheat). The high temperatures are party as a result of the dried.
Highest temperature reocorded:
September 13, 1922, in El Azizia, Libya 136 degrees.
Highest mean temperature:
Dallol, Ethiopia: The average temperature is 93.92 degrees.
The highest man made temperature by Ion Collider:
The RHIC at Brookhaven created matter at around 4 trillion degrees Celsius.
As far as I know the hottest place on earth is in Kenya. Africa where the equator lies....
Egypt and sorounding areas....
Las vegas..most probably.....