( CNN) On too red-hot days, there are more likely to be fatal car accidents and food safety problems, and police officers and government food auditors tend to do less of their duties, according to a survey published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology scientists, who psychoanalyzed data from across the United States, be stated that if the climate continues to change, by 2050 — and in another 50 or so years beyond that — countries around the world may be less safe than it is today.

“The crux of the idea — which is that weather alters how we play our the responsibilities and how we go about our daily lives and the risks that we knowledge — is indeed simplistic, ” said Nick Obradovich, co-author of the results of the study and a research scientist at MIT’s Media Lab.

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