do u all know that global warming is gonna kill us all

India
March 6, 2007 7:01pm CST
the thing is the ice peaks are melting day by day so level of water in the ocean is rising hence the land is getting covered by water so there will be no land to live on at one point of time
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@suren2k6cse (2626)
• India
9 Mar 07
yes you are correct. so only scientist were trying to find the alternative way to live on other planet
@mjsdls (1841)
• United States
7 Mar 07
So what exactly do you consider global warming? Their is no such thing. The reason this planet is in the mess it is in is because we have left God. Not just any god but the creater of heaven and earth and everyone who exist.
@hiitssomu (657)
• United States
7 Mar 07
Yet another bad effect of Global warming : Recently, scientists of the Harvard University discovered that one of the five ice-beds of the North Pole has been disintegrated drastically within past one year. This fact was never noticed until last week of November 2006. It has also been noticed that this big ice-bed is now floating on the North Sea. This floated ice-bed can now start approaching down towards the north boundary of Canada. Scientists are trying to keep an eye on the movement of this ice-bed. Satellites are helping in this regard by sending continuous pictures and data of this ice-bed. The most worried part of this incident, apart from the Global Warming, is that if by any chance this ice object reaches near to the border of Canada, it may create a great problem for the ships which are regularly traveling near the border of Canada. There is a good article in AC. Just read that. You will understand we have something to do to prevent Global Warming. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/156681/how_to_prevent_global_warming.html
• United States
7 Mar 07
its enevitable that we will but its only because people pollute too much if we were more careful and more clean we might not have this problem also its not only that the ice caps are melting itll also dry up most of our fertile land plus more natural disasters.
@maiahmae (69)
• United States
7 Mar 07
sure it will kill us but not today or any time in our life. thats also the problem, others cannot directly see what is going on in our environment so continue as they wish. i sort of wonder if that type of thing is enevitable and its all just a matter of time.