@sagun31 (178)
September 27, 2006 9:22am CST
do you think that it is real?
2 responses
• Sweden
11 Aug 07
Global warming seems to be for real, the question is; is it that serious? It is now beyond al doubts that human activity affects the climate and we also know that these temperature changes may have natural explicationes - perhaps they work together - but now; are we not starting at the wrong end? canĀ“t there be an altarnative way of attacing the problem? I mean, Now we are busy trying adjust the nature to our habits istead of focusing on what we actually can do, adjust our habits to nature. We dont have to live along the coast-line for example...
@JoyfulOne (6243)
• United States
7 Oct 06
Yes! I think global warming is a very 'for real' thing! Being older, I've noticed the weather changing over the years. I live by a lake that used to completely freeze over every year...froze enough that snowmobilers could pass from the US into Canada. Over the past 15 years, most of the time, the lake doesn't freeze except around the edges. Polar ice caps are melting away at a rapid pace, and it's said that it doesn't take much more than a degree or two of change to do this. We rely so much on fossil fuels, and the burning of these fuels, whether to heat our homes, or drive our cars, has intensified the greenhouse effect. I hope they find a way to stabilize all of this someday soon!