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Global Warming - 1

  • Date Submitted: 03/07/2013 11:33 AM
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Global Warming is basically the disastrous effects of governmental fraud perpetrated on it's people to gain power and to gain their friends money so the politicians can be paid in contributions and other favors.

As far as the climate goes? We don't have the capacity to change much. If all humans had died 100 years ago, you wouldn't notice a difference in the climate, and in 1000 years you wouldn't notice a difference in the climate.


The above scenario is not science fiction but a reality which global warming could cause. Global warming is the increase in the temperature of the earth's atmosphere caused by greenhouse gases like water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane and ozone. There has been growing awareness and concern among people about this phenomenon. It has become a global issue although it is hotly debated in international circles. It has a fair share of supporters and critics. Its proponents warn that if immediate preventive steps are not taken it will have a disastrous effect on future humankind. Its detractors argue that the problem is grossly overestimated and nothing should be done. They also argue that the steps to tackle the problem will hinder economic progress.

Arguments against global warming

Here we take a look at the arguments against global warming:
    • Vested interest of scientists. It is argued that scientists exaggerate the effects of global warming because they receive funds from environmental companies.
    • Unreliability of computer climate models. It is argued that these models are not able to predict tomorrow's weather. So how can they predict long-term climate change?
    • There are other factors involved in global warming. It is argued that human activities are not the only cause of global warming.
    • Newspapers...


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