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GLOBAL Warming?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: User1489997444 | Category: Church turing thesis artificial intelligence

Global Warming is really a big problem we have to deal with
nowadays, because it has the potential to change forever our lives and
our planet’s environment as we know them, and this would affect the
whole mankind. There are huge social, political, and economic issues
that will rise if we don’t do something to stop the skyrocketing rise of the
temperatures.

There is a debate about who is (or are) to blame for this dangerous
phenomenon: what are the causes of global warming ?
Are them the industry CO2 emissions? Are them other gases, maybe made
by animals or producted in another natural way, anyway? Is it the whole
mankind itself, with its own way of using and abusing the planet Earth?

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  1. author
    tinyladybug247 18 Jan 2017 03:07

    The Great Global Warming Swindle caused controversy in the UK when it premiered on Channel 4. According to Martin Durkin's documentary, the chief cause of.

  2. author
    User1489056269 18 Jan 2017 04:52

    The main cause of global warming is the increased emission of so called greenhouse gases , in particular carbon dioxide (chemical symbol CO2). These greenhouse gases have an average lifetime in the atmosphere of 50 to 200 years. This means that even if we stopped the emission of greenhouse gases completely tomorrow, global warming would still continue.

    In other words: It is impossible to stop global warming, it is only possible to mitigate its effects through a drastic reduction of the emission of CO2.

  3. author
    User1487748190 18 Jan 2017 08:00

    The main cause of global warming is the increased emission of so called greenhouse gases , in particular carbon dioxide (chemical symbol CO2). These greenhouse gases have an average lifetime in the atmosphere of 50 to 200 years. This means that even if we stopped the emission of greenhouse gases completely tomorrow, global warming would still continue.

    In other words: It is impossible to stop global warming, it is only possible to mitigate its effects through a drastic reduction of the emission of CO2.

    COTAP is the global warming solution which also empowers you to fight global poverty. By offsetting your unavoidable carbon emissions through our certified forestry projects, you are not only taking action on global warming, but also creating life-changing income in regions where income levels are less than $2 per day.

    Your support improves the livelihoods of economically vulnerable farmers who plant and maintain trees, on their own land, which capture and store your CO2 emissions. With COTAP, there is 100% transparency where your offset dollars go, and when.

    Injecting aerosols into the atmosphere to fight climate change would also make it hard for much of the world to see stars in the night sky.

    For decades, scientists have theorized that pumping aerosols into the stratosphere could counteract the warming effects of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It sounds crazy, right? How could pumping more pollution into the air fix a pollution problem?

    In this web site you will find articles, informations and links to scientific
    evidences about Global Warming and the Climate Change phenomenons.

    There are so many practical, everyday little TO-DOs with a low commitment and an high positive impact on the environment you can do to help, starting from your home and very little changes to your lifestyle.

    One of the biggest problems facing the world today is global warming. Many scientists believe that our production of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases is having a heating effect on the atmosphere, and this could be very dangerous for human life. This essay will examine the problem of global warming and suggest some ways of solving the problem.

    There are several things we can do to solve the problem of global warming. One solution is to stop producing C02. We can do this by switching from oil, coal and gas to renewable energy. Another solution is to plant more trees. Trees absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen, which is not a greenhouse gas. A third solution is to use less energy and to recycle more products. Generating electricity is one of the main sources of carbon dioxide. If we use less electricity, we will produce less C02.

    Two recently published studies explore the possibility that a technological solution could be found to the problem of global warming melting the ice caps on the North Pole.

    The scientist who is lead author on both claims that 'any significant nation' could find the resources to carry out the operation.

  4. author
    heavytiger992 18 Jan 2017 01:25

    Summarize his position: http://www.ted.com/talks/paul_collier_shares_4_ways_to_help_the_bottom_billion.html Is it a credible solution? In theory his arguments are compelling. In reality it fails in the implementation. As Collier mentions himself: "Unless we have an informed society, politicians will get away with gestures. Things that look good, but don t work." To understand what he means, just watch the current debate among politicians about economic policy in the US! There are other problems with Collier s plan, for example, the size and direction of international capital flows and their consequences on domestic economies. However, this goes way beyond this forum. A good place to start is to study the Asian Crisis of 1997.

  5. author
    Geek Space media 17 Jan 2017 23:40

    The main cause of global warming is the increased emission of so called greenhouse gases , in particular carbon dioxide (chemical symbol CO2). These greenhouse gases have an average lifetime in the atmosphere of 50 to 200 years. This means that even if we stopped the emission of greenhouse gases completely tomorrow, global warming would still continue.

    In other words: It is impossible to stop global warming, it is only possible to mitigate its effects through a drastic reduction of the emission of CO2.

    COTAP is the global warming solution which also empowers you to fight global poverty. By offsetting your unavoidable carbon emissions through our certified forestry projects, you are not only taking action on global warming, but also creating life-changing income in regions where income levels are less than $2 per day.

    Your support improves the livelihoods of economically vulnerable farmers who plant and maintain trees, on their own land, which capture and store your CO2 emissions. With COTAP, there is 100% transparency where your offset dollars go, and when.

  6. author
    lazyelephant800 18 Jan 2017 04:14

    The main cause of global warming is the increased emission of so called greenhouse gases , in particular carbon dioxide (chemical symbol CO2). These greenhouse gases have an average lifetime in the atmosphere of 50 to 200 years. This means that even if we stopped the emission of greenhouse gases completely tomorrow, global warming would still continue.

    In other words: It is impossible to stop global warming, it is only possible to mitigate its effects through a drastic reduction of the emission of CO2.

    COTAP is the global warming solution which also empowers you to fight global poverty. By offsetting your unavoidable carbon emissions through our certified forestry projects, you are not only taking action on global warming, but also creating life-changing income in regions where income levels are less than $2 per day.

    Your support improves the livelihoods of economically vulnerable farmers who plant and maintain trees, on their own land, which capture and store your CO2 emissions. With COTAP, there is 100% transparency where your offset dollars go, and when.

    Injecting aerosols into the atmosphere to fight climate change would also make it hard for much of the world to see stars in the night sky.

    For decades, scientists have theorized that pumping aerosols into the stratosphere could counteract the warming effects of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It sounds crazy, right? How could pumping more pollution into the air fix a pollution problem?

    In this web site you will find articles, informations and links to scientific
    evidences about Global Warming and the Climate Change phenomenons.

    There are so many practical, everyday little TO-DOs with a low commitment and an high positive impact on the environment you can do to help, starting from your home and very little changes to your lifestyle.

  7. author
    blackdog374 17 Jan 2017 23:14

    The main cause of global warming is the increased emission of so called greenhouse gases , in particular carbon dioxide (chemical symbol CO2). These greenhouse gases have an average lifetime in the atmosphere of 50 to 200 years. This means that even if we stopped the emission of greenhouse gases completely tomorrow, global warming would still continue.

    In other words: It is impossible to stop global warming, it is only possible to mitigate its effects through a drastic reduction of the emission of CO2.

    COTAP is the global warming solution which also empowers you to fight global poverty. By offsetting your unavoidable carbon emissions through our certified forestry projects, you are not only taking action on global warming, but also creating life-changing income in regions where income levels are less than $2 per day.

    Your support improves the livelihoods of economically vulnerable farmers who plant and maintain trees, on their own land, which capture and store your CO2 emissions. With COTAP, there is 100% transparency where your offset dollars go, and when.

    Injecting aerosols into the atmosphere to fight climate change would also make it hard for much of the world to see stars in the night sky.

    For decades, scientists have theorized that pumping aerosols into the stratosphere could counteract the warming effects of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It sounds crazy, right? How could pumping more pollution into the air fix a pollution problem?

    In this web site you will find articles, informations and links to scientific
    evidences about Global Warming and the Climate Change phenomenons.

    There are so many practical, everyday little TO-DOs with a low commitment and an high positive impact on the environment you can do to help, starting from your home and very little changes to your lifestyle.

    One of the biggest problems facing the world today is global warming. Many scientists believe that our production of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases is having a heating effect on the atmosphere, and this could be very dangerous for human life. This essay will examine the problem of global warming and suggest some ways of solving the problem.

    There are several things we can do to solve the problem of global warming. One solution is to stop producing C02. We can do this by switching from oil, coal and gas to renewable energy. Another solution is to plant more trees. Trees absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen, which is not a greenhouse gas. A third solution is to use less energy and to recycle more products. Generating electricity is one of the main sources of carbon dioxide. If we use less electricity, we will produce less C02.

  8. author
    smallkoala576 17 Jan 2017 23:27

    Global warming as the fear mongers are using to terrify the hysterical weak minded people of the world is based on bogus science and always has been. Its only purpose is to terrify people for the purpose of making some people like Al Gore rich and powerful, to keep research grants for the IPCC coming, to establish a New World Order and to subjugate the worlds population. If we were returning to a warm globe, ending the current ice age we have been in for 2.5 to 3 million years, there is nothing you could do to stop it. However, the weather cannot be accurately predicted from day to day but you want to believe that a bunch of power hungry idiots have found a way to predict the weather years from now.

  9. author
    User1488767403 18 Jan 2017 03:33

    The main cause of global warming is the increased emission of so called greenhouse gases , in particular carbon dioxide (chemical symbol CO2). These greenhouse gases have an average lifetime in the atmosphere of 50 to 200 years. This means that even if we stopped the emission of greenhouse gases completely tomorrow, global warming would still continue.

    In other words: It is impossible to stop global warming, it is only possible to mitigate its effects through a drastic reduction of the emission of CO2.

    COTAP is the global warming solution which also empowers you to fight global poverty. By offsetting your unavoidable carbon emissions through our certified forestry projects, you are not only taking action on global warming, but also creating life-changing income in regions where income levels are less than $2 per day.

    Your support improves the livelihoods of economically vulnerable farmers who plant and maintain trees, on their own land, which capture and store your CO2 emissions. With COTAP, there is 100% transparency where your offset dollars go, and when.

    Injecting aerosols into the atmosphere to fight climate change would also make it hard for much of the world to see stars in the night sky.

    For decades, scientists have theorized that pumping aerosols into the stratosphere could counteract the warming effects of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It sounds crazy, right? How could pumping more pollution into the air fix a pollution problem?

    In this web site you will find articles, informations and links to scientific
    evidences about Global Warming and the Climate Change phenomenons.

    There are so many practical, everyday little TO-DOs with a low commitment and an high positive impact on the environment you can do to help, starting from your home and very little changes to your lifestyle.

    One of the biggest problems facing the world today is global warming. Many scientists believe that our production of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases is having a heating effect on the atmosphere, and this could be very dangerous for human life. This essay will examine the problem of global warming and suggest some ways of solving the problem.

    There are several things we can do to solve the problem of global warming. One solution is to stop producing C02. We can do this by switching from oil, coal and gas to renewable energy. Another solution is to plant more trees. Trees absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen, which is not a greenhouse gas. A third solution is to use less energy and to recycle more products. Generating electricity is one of the main sources of carbon dioxide. If we use less electricity, we will produce less C02.

    Two recently published studies explore the possibility that a technological solution could be found to the problem of global warming melting the ice caps on the North Pole.

    The scientist who is lead author on both claims that ''any significant nation'' could find the resources to carry out the operation.

  10. author
    Вадим Валко 18 Jan 2017 02:21

    The main cause of global warming is the increased emission of so called greenhouse gases , in particular carbon dioxide (chemical symbol CO2). These greenhouse gases have an average lifetime in the atmosphere of 50 to 200 years. This means that even if we stopped the emission of greenhouse gases completely tomorrow, global warming would still continue.

    In other words: It is impossible to stop global warming, it is only possible to mitigate its effects through a drastic reduction of the emission of CO2.

    COTAP is the global warming solution which also empowers you to fight global poverty. By offsetting your unavoidable carbon emissions through our certified forestry projects, you are not only taking action on global warming, but also creating life-changing income in regions where income levels are less than $2 per day.

    Your support improves the livelihoods of economically vulnerable farmers who plant and maintain trees, on their own land, which capture and store your CO2 emissions. With COTAP, there is 100% transparency where your offset dollars go, and when.

    Injecting aerosols into the atmosphere to fight climate change would also make it hard for much of the world to see stars in the night sky.

    For decades, scientists have theorized that pumping aerosols into the stratosphere could counteract the warming effects of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It sounds crazy, right? How could pumping more pollution into the air fix a pollution problem?

  11. author
    purpleswan398 17 Jan 2017 23:35

    The main cause of global warming is the increased emission of so called greenhouse gases , in particular carbon dioxide (chemical symbol CO2). These greenhouse gases have an average lifetime in the atmosphere of 50 to 200 years. This means that even if we stopped the emission of greenhouse gases completely tomorrow, global warming would still continue.

    In other words: It is impossible to stop global warming, it is only possible to mitigate its effects through a drastic reduction of the emission of CO2.

    COTAP is the global warming solution which also empowers you to fight global poverty. By offsetting your unavoidable carbon emissions through our certified forestry projects, you are not only taking action on global warming, but also creating life-changing income in regions where income levels are less than $2 per day.

    Your support improves the livelihoods of economically vulnerable farmers who plant and maintain trees, on their own land, which capture and store your CO2 emissions. With COTAP, there is 100% transparency where your offset dollars go, and when.

    Injecting aerosols into the atmosphere to fight climate change would also make it hard for much of the world to see stars in the night sky.

    For decades, scientists have theorized that pumping aerosols into the stratosphere could counteract the warming effects of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It sounds crazy, right? How could pumping more pollution into the air fix a pollution problem?

    In this web site you will find articles, informations and links to scientific
    evidences about Global Warming and the Climate Change phenomenons.

    There are so many practical, everyday little TO-DOs with a low commitment and an high positive impact on the environment you can do to help, starting from your home and very little changes to your lifestyle.

    One of the biggest problems facing the world today is global warming. Many scientists believe that our production of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases is having a heating effect on the atmosphere, and this could be very dangerous for human life. This essay will examine the problem of global warming and suggest some ways of solving the problem.

    There are several things we can do to solve the problem of global warming. One solution is to stop producing C02. We can do this by switching from oil, coal and gas to renewable energy. Another solution is to plant more trees. Trees absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen, which is not a greenhouse gas. A third solution is to use less energy and to recycle more products. Generating electricity is one of the main sources of carbon dioxide. If we use less electricity, we will produce less C02.

    Two recently published studies explore the possibility that a technological solution could be found to the problem of global warming melting the ice caps on the North Pole.

    The scientist who is lead author on both claims that ''''any significant nation'''' could find the resources to carry out the operation.

    The Great Global Warming Swindle caused controversy in the UK when it premiered on Channel 4. According to Martin Durkin's documentary, the chief cause of climate change is not human activity but changes in radiation from the sun.

    Some have called The Great Global Warming Swindle the definitive retort to Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth. Using a comprehensive range of evidence it's claimed that warming over the past 300 years represents a natural recovery from a 'little ice age'.

  12. author
    greenduck368 18 Jan 2017 03:25

    Order essay here problem and solution of global warming

    Global Warming is really a big problem we have to deal with
    nowadays, because it has the potential to change forever our lives and
    our planet’s environment as we know them, and this would affect the
    whole mankind. There are huge social, political, and economic issues
    that will rise if we don’t do something to stop the skyrocketing rise of the
    temperatures.

    There is a debate about who is (or are) to blame for this dangerous
    phenomenon: what are the causes of global warming ?
    Are them the industry CO2 emissions? Are them other gases, maybe made
    by animals or producted in another natural way, anyway? Is it the whole
    mankind itself, with its own way of using and abusing the planet Earth?