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Global warming has slipped my mind ever since it was first mentioned years ago. However, like most people, I didn’t really know whether to believe it or not since there are so much skepticism on whether or not climate change is due to our performances in the industrial world.

However, ever since Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast hard a few months back. I started to become more concern with what we can do to reduce the effects. President Obama had also mentioned it in his “State of the Union” speech, but hopefully something will be done.

What are your intakes on global warming? Feel free to rant about it!

posted about 3 years ago
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Global warming is a big issue for the entire world.The whole world has to join hands in order to eradicate this problem.

posted over 2 years ago
 
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Earth's climate is mostly influenced by the first 6 miles or so of the atmosphere which contains most of the matter making up the atmosphere. This is really a very thin layer if you think about it. In the book The End of Nature, author Bill McKibbin tells of walking three miles to from his cabin in the Adirondack's to buy food. Afterwards, he realized that on this short journey he had traveled a distance equal to that of the layer of the atmosphere where almost all the action of our climate is contained. In fact, click here if you were to view Earth from space, the principle part of the atmosphere would only be about as thick as the skin on an onion! Realizing this makes it more plausible to suppose that human beings can change the climate. A look at the amount of greenhouse gases we are spewing into the atmosphere makes it even more plausible.

posted 11 days ago
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