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Glowal Warming

  • Date Submitted: 12/16/2013 10:12 AM
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The words “partial rising of temperature on Earth” changed into “global warming” after the appearance of the most recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).[1] Created in 1988 by the World Meteorological Organization and the United Nations Environmental Programme, IPCC, the organization of international scientists set with the task of continuing assessment of the state of knowledge on the various aspects of climate change, declared the certainty of global warming with the detailed analysis that amounts of 2600 pages by 122 main authors, 515 contributing authors and another 450 scientists who reviewed the evidence before it was published.[2] [3] However, like any scientific theory, global warming has those who believe it to be a fact, those who believe it as a possibility, and those who don’t believe it at all. Many scientists have concluded the rising of temperature over the past hundred and fifty years due to human influences, predicting that the serious consequences as rising of sea level and acidity in ocean would become worse unless the human actions that caused it are stopped. On the other side, other scientists have looked at the same data and seen no evidence of global warming; they contend that the signs of rising temperature are nothing but the nature of Earth climate cycle. Although the most detailed climate models used by scientists can only approximate the future of the Earth crudely, the frequent occurrence of twisted weather patterns such as annual droughts, flooding, and hurricanes had clearly showed us that something has gone wrong about our mother Earth. Is the global warming real? Be under no illusion, global warming is not only the statement indicating the warming of the Earth, but also the clarification of the abnormal phenomena in climate patterns and changes.
What is global warming—what makes Earth warm?

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