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Understanding Global warming issues Name - Larry Buenafe Course Title - Dependence of Man on the Environment Course Number - SCI 207 Instructors Name - Christina Luecke Date - 18 July 2011 Global Warming Introduction: A number of researchers provide the example of the extremely cold weather recorded in the winter of 2003-2004 in the northeastern US…
In addition, the claim is criticized by the argument that undoubtedly, the weather was coldest as compared to the previous trend in that region; still it was not the coldest if an overall picture of Earth’s climate is considered (NCDC, Climate of 2004, 2004). The coldest region of the Northeastern US still did not break records of the previous record low temperatures which the region went through in the winters of 1986. Thus the claim made by the critics of global warming is not rational. (NCDC, Climate of 2004, 2004). On the other hand, the heat waves observed in Europe were record breaking of the highest temperatures ever experienced. Global Warming is affecting the temperature of the Earth and society needs to understand that we must act now to prevent the end of humanity. A divided hypothesis has been created regarding the effects of global warming and if global warming is a myth or a reality. This assignment would further revolve around this issue and give views as to which side of the scientists comes up with a strong hypothesis regarding global warming. DISCUSSION "All across the world, in every kind of environment and region known to man, increasingly dangerous weather patterns and devastating storms are abruptly putting an end to the long-running debate over whether or not climate change is real. ...
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