Global Warming and Its Warnings
The first claim of Global Warming first started in 1986 with a Sweden chemist named Svante Arrhenius. Arrhenius theorized that all the carbon dioxide emissions, that were from the burning of fossil fuels, would be the cause of global warming, as well as the cause for the temperatures of the earth to rise, due to heat being trapped in the earth's atmosphere (library.thinkquest.org). A lot of things come to mind, most the time, when people hear of "Global Warming" One of the biggest of them that comes to mind is the temperature rising on the earth's surface, which causes abnormal changes in the climate when this occurs. Also with the raising global temperature, it brings about adjustments in rising sea levels, predicted as an enlargement, which can continue to increase the excessive happenings climate episodes in occurrence to tornados, hurricanes, tropical storms and overflow. Some result in food crises as well.
From research results, the global temperature rising began sometime between the mid twentieth century and is foreseeing to carry on well into the coming centuries.
Global Warming exists and seems to be present, regardless; its individual intentions may be held in reserve for centuries to come, despite if green house gas emissions might become secure. Human reasoning for global warming is referred to, repeatedly, as "Anthropogenic Climate Change." Humans may be providing carbon dioxide that returns back to the atmosphere, extra quickly and then equally placed in the ground as well the deep sea, which may be taken in. Carbon dioxide enters the atmosphere through the burning of fossil fuels (oil, natural gas, and coal), solid waste, trees and wood products, and because of other chemical reactions (e.g., manufacture of cement). Carbon dioxide is also removed from the atmosphere (or "sequestered") when...