Global Warming Is A Natural Occurrence And Not Caused By Mankind

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Textual analysis In the article, Global Warming? It Natural, says Experts, the author argues global warming is a natural occurrence and not caused by mankind. The author Barry Wilmore receives most of his information and argument from Dennis Avery and Fred Singer. An emeritus professor of environmental science at the University of Virginia, Singer also wrote multiple books concerning climate change and global warming. Avery is the director of the Center for Global Food Issues at the Hudson Institute and the author of three books. Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1,500 years, a book written by Avery and Singer connects the sun as the cause of global warming. The book expatiates global warming as an earth cycle that goes through a warming and cooling period every 1,500 years. However, research done by other scientists would disagree with them and their statement that global warming is natural. With an abundance of research and data that contradicts Avery and Singer’s theory; it is tough to take their book as truth. The author begins portraying the opposing theory, Greenhouse gas theory, as just a model with no evidence to support it. Wilmore adds that Avery and Singer believe even if our climate is changing, it’s not as horrific as being depicted. "Two thousand years of published human histories say that the warm periods were good for people,” Sanders explained, "it was the harsh, unstable Dark Ages and the Little Ice Age that brought bigger
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