Extreme heat makes your body ‘dissolve from the inside,’ explains author

“This climate we're creating, as a result of this warming caused by accumulating CO2, is not just warmer, but it plays by different rules. And no one is quite sure what those rules are,” says Jeff Goodell, author of “The Heat Will Kill You First: Life and Death on a Scorched Planet.” Photo by Shutterstock.

Jeff Goodell, author of “The Heat Will Kill You First,” explains that when your body temperature reaches 105 degrees, proteins that control cell functions begin to break down.

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