Global Warming - Is It Man-Made or Mother Nature or Both?

1305 WordsFeb 10, 20126 Pages
Global Warming - Is It Man-Made or Mother Nature or Both? Global warming is define as the global increase in the average temperature of the earth, that near the air-surface and the oceans which caused by the emission of the gases. These include carbon dioxide, methane and nitrogen that trap the sun’s heat in the earth. It’s happened since the mid-twentieth century and its projected would be continuation. Global warming is an extremely severe problem facing the world today. Its effects and causes have been on the rise and people need to do something about it before the problem gets any worse.Global warming is an increase in the earth's temperature, which can be caused by the use of fossil fuels, and industrial or agricultural processes.…show more content…
The heat wave caused forest fires and the forest fires are also affecting the atmosphere due to heat and specially smoke, on the other hand the destruction of forests is initiating a cycle of heat, which will cause global warming and global warming will cause forest fire and so on to hold over toxic clouds in the air. Again the non believers would say this was just a natural occurrence. Believer would say global warming had a part in the weather patterns which has changed and caused this heat wave. The massive record-breaking snow storms in past five winters had a lot of the east Europe buried under large amounts of snow. Doubters of global warming just pointed out what they saw was just plain older Mother Nature doing her thing and the believers of global warming would say this was caused by man. Usually these unusual weather happenings tell us there are some climate changes happening already. For the past several years skeptics and believers alike have debated back and forth about the causes of global warming. The believers say that if the man-made causes are left untouched and steadily get worse these causes may not be able to be reversed. A few examples of these are: the rainforest reductions, depletion of the ozone, and the use of fossil fuels. Doubters claim that the warming of the earth is just a natural process and that the overall effect man has on nature is vastly overrated. The
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