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Global Warming By shamalka wijethunga
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Global warming has become a major environmental issue regardless of nations all over the world during past few decades. As the name implies it’s a gradual increase of earth’s surface and... More > atmosphere temperature. The fact that infrared radiation comes from the sun traps in the earth’s atmosphere. Even though this is a natural phenomenon, the rate of temperature rise has accelerated by the human activities such as deforestation, burn of fossil fuel etc. Looming natural disasters like rise of the sea level, climate changes are alarming the adverse effect of global warming. This report clearly presents what is global warming, how it happens, how human being involves for this, what are the adverse impacts and what we can do to reduce this. The world has witnessed changes in the weather patterns, such as rise in temperature, unusual heavy rains, and droughts over the past few decades. Not a single country is spared< Less
Charles And Mitch Global warming By Casey Parkey
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Global warming was predicted by millions and thousands but this book is about global warming read the book and you will find out about this book.
Heating the Global Warming With Warnings By kahanma Rutenma
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HEATING the global warming! A global conspiracy to further intensify the scope and magnitude of the average global temperature via environmentally unfriendly human activities. Where is mankind... More > heading to? With cunning and diplomatic commercialism. Why are we deepening the vast canyons of this thermal siege - a phenomenonal world disaster.....man’s greatest threat? Can this inadequacy of knowing what is wrong and yet doing it be traced to ignorance or over-wisdom? If not, why and how can the same humanity, under the grave threat of apparent disaster persistently engage in subnormal activities that encourage further intensification and ramification of this worst surpassing disaster?< Less
How to Stop Global Warming By Peter Spurgeon
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This offers over 60 solutions to global warming and climate change. It is my claim to copyright. I have priced it to discourage readers until I have researched and filled out the text. Do not buy it,... More > it is not value for money. Well done Australia for their idea 'use low power lightbulbs' I've entered it as number 68 in my draft for next edition.< Less
A Layman's Guide To Global Warming By Dale Rowe
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This book is a layman's analysis of man-caused global climate change. Two years of research and analysis of the data used by climatologists shows that there is too much uncertainty in climate data... More > and the cause-effect relationship between man and climate to know if there is any man-caused change in earth's climate. Volume I uses new evidence to provide a convincing argument that the jury is still out on man-induced global warming. Since the jury is still out, the book proposes a trial so the evidence can be judged on its merits. A draft Congressional bill is provided authorizing the conduct of the trial. This book is a must read for laymen who want to know the facts of man-caused global warming. It is an interesting read for climatologists wanting to know why the majority of laymen aren't buying the man-caused global warming hypothesis. It is a convincing read for politicians who want to gain reelection support from both "believers" and "deniers" of man-caused global warming.< Less
Always Never Global Warming By Michael J Cooke
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The Elder spoke, "If the belief is of one universe, then we are not aware of a beginning or an end. Wherever it begins, wherever it ends, Earth as we call it is not in the middle. It is of no... More > consequence. If the belief is of more than one universe, to us that is intelligent logic. Why should there only be one universe? It is only our feeble minds that restrict that comprehension. If more than one universe exists, then logically an ‘existence’ could travel between them. If more than one universe, why not many? If you believe that this universe has many dimensions, how many dimensions? Our limited thinking powers fail to suggest other dimensions. It is almost impossible to comprehend that George, in your space, other dimensions could exist. How could you not feel something, not touch, no – an inner feeling of another presence?< Less
Global Warming - The Final Solution By Ian Brockwell
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“Global Warming - The Final Solution’ was written after many years of research into the possible cause of Global Warming and its most likely outcome, and recent scientific reports tend to... More > support the theories provided in it. Whilst the cause of Global Warming is still debatable, there is little doubt that its effects will create catastrophic changes. This may not produce a total extinction, but our population is likely to be reduced to such a level that the result will almost be the same. As the sea levels and temperatures rise to alarming rates, mankind will face its toughest battle to date, as every person on the planet fight for their survival. But should we fail to adapt to the increasingly hostile conditions, maybe the “Final Solution” suggested in the book is not as unlikely as it may seem at first glance. Whilst this may be the first time humans have encountered such extreme changes on our planet, history has revealed that these events are nothing new to the Earth.< Less
Global Warming - The Final Solution By Ian Brockwell
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“Global Warming - The Final Solution’ was written after many years of research into the possible cause of Global Warming and its most likely outcome, and recent scientific reports tend to... More > support the theories provided in it. Whilst the cause of Global Warming is still debatable, there is little doubt that its effects will create catastrophic changes. This may not produce a total extinction, but our population is likely to be reduced to such a level that the result will almost be the same. As the sea levels and temperatures rise to alarming rates, mankind will face its toughest battle to date, as every person on the planet fight for their survival. But should we fail to adapt to the increasingly hostile conditions, maybe the “Final Solution” suggested in the book is not as unlikely as it may seem at first glance. Whilst this may be the first time humans have encountered such extreme changes on our planet, history has revealed that these events are nothing new to the Earth.< Less
Global Warming : The Final Solution By Ian Brockwell
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"Global Warming - The Final Solution' was written after many years of research into the possible cause of Global Warming and its most likely outcome, and recent scientific reports tend to... More > support the theories provided in it. Whilst the cause of Global Warming is still debatable, there is little doubt that its effects will create catastrophic changes. This may not produce a total extinction, but our population is likely to be reduced to such a level that the result will almost be the same. As the sea levels and temperatures rise to alarming rates, mankind will face its toughest battle to date, as every person on the planet fight for their survival. But should we fail to adapt to the increasingly hostile conditions, maybe the "Final Solution" suggested in the book is not as unlikely as it may seem at first glance. Whilst this may be the first time humans have encountered such extreme changes on our planet, history has revealed that these events are nothing new to the Earth.< Less
Global Warming Is Good By David Hart
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Over the last half a million years, Earth's climate has been swinging up and down between nine degrees colder than today and three degrees warmer. During that time, the warmer times have always been... More > better for life on Earth, and the colder times have always been worse. In the cold times, ice swallowed up the northern world, and reduced rainfall meant that dry deserts like the Sahara got much bigger while the rainforests died back. At the warmest times, the ice retreated and more rain meant that the Sahara turned from desert into grassland dotted with lakes. Warmer times always meant more trees, and colder times always meant more desert. The obvious conclusion - a world warmer than today would be better for life. This book sets out, without using any difficult scientific language, the basic principles of how global temperature changes the world, and the evidence for how things were during the warm and cold periods of the past.< Less