Why Not All Scientists Believe in Global Warming

25
Jul
2013

A hypothesis is a set of deductions that provide a framework for how it can be disproven. In other words, if X occurs, the theory of Y is no longer valid. Hypotheses can come from observing odd behaviors in nature, or as logical outgrowths of other things that are incontrovertibly true.

The planet’s average temperature has risen by 1.33 degrees Fahrenheit since 1880, and slightly more than half of that temperature rise has happened since 1979. The temperature trend has leveled off or fallen by about 0.1 degree Fahrenheit Read the rest of this entry »

The Hidden Costs of Global Warming

5
Jun
2013

The Hidden Costs of Global Warming

The Price We Will Pay In The Future
If we keep pushing the energy conversation in the closet, it will eventually overflow. This is precisely what is happening with global warming. For decades, human beings have been burning fossil fuels and polluting the ecosystem with carbon dioxide. This has caused drastic effects on our civilization across the globe. In addition, the hidden costs of global warming will cause penetrating damage to future Read the rest of this entry »

The Impact of Global Warming in Worldwide Politics

4
Apr
2013

Global warming is an issue with massive global import. This isn’t an issue that will affect a single country more so than another. This is an issue of global relevance. The entire planet’s climate is changing at the hand of irresponsible global initiatives. Since it is so clearly an international issue, global warming comes with a number of impacts. Some of the largest can be found in the realm of international politics.
There are two main ways that international recognition of global warming can affect the ways countries interact. First in can foster cooperation. Similarly, it Read the rest of this entry »

One Way to Fight Global Warming

21
Dec
2012

Global warming, in so many words, is the procedural rise in atmosphere’s temperature as a result of humans’ continued greenhouse gas emissions. Essentially, the more fossil fuels we burn, the more forests we cut down and the more carbon we emit, the worse off our environment will be. You may have heard different monikers for the issue – “climate change”, “the greenhouse effect” – but they all basically mean the same thing.

With all this talk around our planet’s health, the smartest thing you can do is take up safe consumption practices so you’re part of the solution rather than the problem. Ruminate over how you expend on a day to day basis. Do you drive your car often? Are you a frequent user of aerosols or other harmful contaminants? What about your electric supply? Are you a green energy user?

Green energy is super easy to get your hands on these days, especially for people in deregulated markets. Thanks to deregulation, certain regions have the ability to choose their electric supplier – and most of those electric suppliers have green energy packages that you can easily incorporate into your home or business.

Say you live in Addison, TX – a market served by deregulation. All you have to do is search through a few Addison Texas electric companies and choose the one with a green energy plan that strikes your fancy. It’s a fast, easy and surprisingly inexpensive way to fight global warming on your own terms.

How Alternative Energy Sources Reduce Global Warming

11
Sep
2012

Many people hear talk about global warming and the increased use of renewable energy, but few of them actually know what the benefits are or how they work. You might have heard the phrase greenhouse gases, used in connection with global warming. These gases are given off when fossil fuels are burned for energy. These fuels include the oil used to heat some homes, and the run off from nuclear power plants. The manufacturing of some man made items such Read the rest of this entry »

Why We Should Be Afraid of Global Warming

10
Sep
2012

Earth is warming from pole to pole and the effects are already being noticed. The average temperature around the world has increased by one degree in a short amount of time. The rise in heat is melting glaciers and sea ice. It’s also shifting rain and snow patterns as well as affecting the migration pattern of animal herds.

The ice is melting at a much faster rate that normal. Huge chunks of glaciers are breaking off, causing a rise in the ocean levels. The rise Read the rest of this entry »

Known History of Global Climate Change

7
Sep
2012

Global warming or climate change got its modern start in 1896 on the mathematical calculations of Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius whose mathematical model calculated the effects of carbon dioxide emissions (greenhouse gases) on the overall temperature of the planet. Over the next two decades, scientist, building on the work of Arrhenius, began to note an increase in the global climate. A budding movement attributing the rise in the Earth’s temperature to human causes convinced more people that if the rise in greenhouse gases is man-made then mankind must curb the increase. Read the rest of this entry »

Small Steps Anybody Can Take to Reduce Global Warming

5
Sep
2012

The concept of global warming is controversial in today’s society with politicians and scientists constantly debate the causes and possible side effects. The truth is without changing the way we live now the planet will be irreparably harmed. There are many small changes everyone can make in their daily lives that can help arrest the march towards global warming.

A major cause of global warming is excess carbon dioxide that is released from the burning of fossil fuels and othersources. An easy step is to reduce your use of products resulting in the release of carbon dioxide. This could include carpooling with coworkers, using public transportation, or using alternative transportation devices such as a bicycle. If these steps do not work for you another option is to donate money to reforestation projects. While these projects provide only a small impact at present their long-term impact can be quite large.

There are a host of factors that contribute to global warming but one that is easily combatable is the use of nitrogen rich fertilizers. Many individuals may wonder how they can make a difference when they themselves are not using the fertilizers. A great step is to buy produce that has been grown without these fertilizers in the way of organic foods. Organic food production relies on the use of compost and natural fertilizers in place of chemical options.

Another small change individuals can make to combat global warming is to begin or increase the practice of recycling. Recycling today means much more than just separating paper from plastic. By finding interesting uses for normal household waste individuals can greatly reduce their carbon footprint. Examples of creative recycling include: turning used milk jugs into pots for plants, turn empty cereal boxes into gift boxes or shipping materials, or creating a new bar of soap out of leftover scraps.

Any small change a person makes in their life can have an impact on global warming. Changing how we use transportation, what we eat, or what we throw away can help end the threat of global warming.

Five Largest Contributing Factors to Global Warming

2
Sep
2012

There are several factors involved in global warming. Global warming is attributed to the accumulation of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere. To an extent these gasses are necessary for the regulation of the temperature on our planet. However, due to human activity during the last one to two hundred years, the accumulation of greenhouse gasses such as CO2 has caused a dramatic rise in temperatures.

The Earth has a natural heating and cooling cycle. Approximately 12,000 years ago there was an ice Read the rest of this entry »