Global warming - is it man-made or mother nature or both?

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Global warming - is it man-made or mother nature or both?

By | Feb. 2012
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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. Man-made emissions are adding to the amount of carbon dioxide already being naturally released. These harmful processes have been leading to a large increase in the buildup of "greenhouse gases," which are carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and water vapor. Even though some people are doubters and believe global warming is just a smoke screen or an environmental fad to get the government to fund programs for useless research and these funds could be better spent on other causes. There are other people who really take global warming seriously and work very hard to make the quality of life on earth better and be more sustainable. While these doubters voice their opinions, those who believe our earth is warming up have shown that indeed it is and the human race is only partly to blame for the issue, that Mother Nature has her own agenda in the warming of the earth. The doubters feel that there is no conclusive evidence that climate change is happening, even though there is evidence of changes in the measured temperature of the earth, the skeptics feel it is a natural thing and nothing to worry about. With warmer summers, colder winters, the variation in the precipitation around the world, the floods,...