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Is Human Activity Responsible For Increased Global Warming? [Science Coursework]?

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Old 06-27-2009, 01:17 PM
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Default Is Human Activity Responsible For Increased Global Warming? [Science Coursework]?



a science report i have to do for monday.. Is Human Activity Responsible For Increased Global Warming?

i need arguments for yes it is, and no its not. also, if you get the info from a website, i need that to as a reference

thanks to anyone who can help
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The overwhelming majority of scientists believe that it is.
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It really depends on whose research you read

Global Warming is the theory of rising temperatures do to increased carbon dioxide output from human activity

The rise of fossil fuels over the years does not match the average earth temperatures over the years

However some place on earth have seen an unussual rise in temperature

So it really just depends on what research you read No one really knows for certain

I reccomend watching Penn and Tellers "going green" episode on youtube
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in my opinion human activity is responsible for increased global warming
since thermal power station(stations which need heat to produce electricity)burn coal which emits a lot of waste gases primarily CARBON DIOXIDE which goes to the atmosphere and forms a thick layer around/over the ozone layer
the light rays from the sun go to the earth and cant be reflected back thus they jam up in the thick layer producing more and more heat
also the ozone layer gets damaged as in pores in it which gives way to ultra violet rays to enter the earth and thus causing global warming
there i gave u two points against it
don't know for FOR
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yes, human race is somehow responsible for the damage. rather we got a huge part for the happenings due to global warming.

wind power energy
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Yes, human activity is somehow responsible for the Global Warming.
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Global warming is somehow men's irresponsible care for the environment
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Human activity is the culprit to current global warming situations. We are the thinking beings on earth and the ones who exploit the world through pollution.
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This sure can't be a science class. Debate is not a scientific process.
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Yeah humans are responsible of global warming, We produce hundreds of waste gases to destroy the natural environment. Today modern environment is responsible of natural disorders in the world.
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