Global Warming , man made or natural disaster ?
April 2, 2008 11:46am CST
If you have been following any kind of newz , there has been huge discussions about phenomenon of global warming .. Green house effect, the main source behind it , is triggered by excess of presence of carbon dioxide and other CFCs, but is it due to deforrestation and industrial pollution or due to volcanic activity ? which side do u blame ? human or nature ??
6 Apr 08
I believe that global warming is due to man-made illegal activities which damage our environment. Sad to say, big companies which cause so much pollution are given these environmental certificates stating that they have complied the necessary things to make their companies environmental friendly when in fact they have not.
2 Apr 08
Hello,jidesh! The much discussed fact now a days through out the world is Global warming which is caused by man himself.we have been exploiting the earth,deforesting for meeting our selfish ends,establishing big industries which emits carbon dioxide,excessive use of fuels in bikes,cars,trains,planes,and other vehicles.no body bothers how much damage we are causing to the atmosphere,to the nature.green fields are being used for nonagricultural uses which another factor for casing damage to nature.all these aspects are just man-made which are responsible for increasing global warming problems and for this we are solely responsible.thank you.
6 Apr 08
It's obvious that you don't actually know what you are writing about, while all these do cause pollution it has absolutely no effect on global warming, please look at this link http://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/greenhouse_data.html As I've said before, CO2 is heavier than air and therefore cannot be a greenhouse gas.
6 Apr 08
Almost all global warming is caused by atmospheric water, CO2 actually has very little effect at all, most statistics though ignore the water because it doesn't fit in with their theories. CO2 is heavier than air and dissolves in water, greenhouse gases are lighter than air, and reflect or absorb sunlight in the upper atmosphere.