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Global Warming: True?

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Introduction

Is the Earth really getting warmer? Global warming has been in the spotlight for quite a while. It has been the centre of many political conferences and in the media, as world leaders try to figure out a way for the world to reduce carbon emissions, which are gradually warming up our planet. But is this true? Hadley's data (April 13, 2008) According to many scientists, the Earth's global temperature (�C) ...read more.

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Islands and cities bordering rivers are more likely to be flooded, and summers will be drier and winters will become wetter. But the weather, through history has always been constantly changing. For instance, if you put an ice cube from your freezer on the table, measured it and checked the melt rate, what you will find is that at a constant temperature, it melts faster as it gets smaller, no extra warming required. ...read more.

Conclusion

The graphs show the trends, in 1998 and 2007 in England and also how global temperature has risen. Today, we create a lot of carbon dioxide by burning more fuel, wasting fuel and cutting down trees which take in the carbon dioxide (deforestation). Is it really a wonder that the Earth is warming up? Carbon dioxide and other gasses make up a layer to keep us warm. Without it, the Earth would freeze. But too much of it isn't a good thing either-unpredictable weather, flooding. ...read more.

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