An unbearable level of heat in the summertime that is only escapable in buildings with strong air-conditioners. Many people die in temperatures that can soar well above 30 degrees Celsius.

Escape is difficult, but is helped by taking cold showers, sitting under a garden hose, swimming in the ocean, crawling into a deep freezer (not recommended), cranking open fire hydrants, or lying on your bed feeling a fan move air around your body.

Sleeping during a heatwave is difficult, your life energy dissipates, and your brain retreats into listlessness.