this is a subject that is often talked about...
May 25, 2009 10:06pm CST
global warming... what does it mean for you and the next generation... i have heard lots on this topic, but now i want to know your point of view... one of the things i have heard is that each year a inch or two is added to the oceans... and eventually the outer states will be no more. i have heard people say that someday in the future kentucky will have beaches do to the ice melting.. but there is a web site i would like any reader to read and it is coaststocoastsradio.com (coasts to coasts radio) this is a guy who talks about global warming, and then some crazy stuff to like ufo's and what not... but for the curious miind it is neat to hear another ones thoughts .
26 May 09
Our concern about global warming boils down to one question: Why do we have to take care of our Earth? Simply because God told us to do so. In the beginning the Bible said that God gave us all these wonderful things on earth for us to enjoy. Besides, we don't live in this planet, we are just tenants here and thus we have the responsibility to take good care of our planet because basically it all belongs to God. I believe this is the main reason why we should all care about earth issues like global warming NOT ONLY because it is dangerous to our health or it might destruct the planet but because God told us to do so. I believe there is nothing wrong in doing our jobs to prevent these global threats. Because if we keep on doing the wrong things which affects our environment, it not only becomes a threat to us humans but also the eternal consequences are great.
31 May 09
Thanks :) I might just want to add, it's true that everything on earth will pass but I think it would be nice to leave this earth knowing that we all have done a great job to make it a better place to live in. Thank you for having the best response and take care
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26 May 09
i'm not sure about this global warming thing.even the experts are divided on it.some say there is global warming,others say there isn't.even those who believe there is,are not sure of the cause.some say it's due to the natural cycle of nature (they claim there had been global warming in the past),others believe it's caused by human beings.i'd say it won't hurt to do our part to conserve our natural resources but don't go overboard with it or be too worried about it.