Global Warming is a serious problem .
by Kakarlapudi Venkata Sivanaga Raju
July 3, 2008
What is the part played by you to avoid this?
What are the remedies to be taken to avoid this?
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Maybe the present situation of the mercury shooting up all over India is an alarm bell.
Global warming? A serious problem?Let me re-phrase that for you. The pompous arrogance used against the innocent and naïve to cause undue and unnescessary fear is a serious problem. Not global warmng.A direct comparison can be made to the phrase "War on Drugs" Taken literally, it sounds rediculous. Battling against inanimate objects? It should be a war against the cause or indiviual need for drug use. Global warming should not be misunderstood. it will cause havoc.
Future shock: Heat wave temperatures to soar in decadesWashington: During the European heat wave of 2003 that killed tens of thousands, the temperature in parts of France hit 40°C. Nearly 15,000 people died in that country alone. During the Chicago heat wave of 1995, the mercury spiked above 41°C and about 600 people died. In a few decades, people will look back at those heat waves “and we will laugh”, said Andreas Sterl, author of a new study. “We will find (those temperatures) lovely and cool.” Sterl’s computer model shows by the end of the century, high temperatures for once-in-a-generation heat waves will rise twice as fast as everyday average temperatures. Chicago, for example, would reach 46°C in such an event by 2100. Paris could near 42.7°C with Lyon coming closer to 45.5°C . Sterl is with the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute, projects temperatures for heat waves around the world. His numbers are blistering because of the drying-out effect...
Obviously we have a problem with garbage, deforestation and urban polution, but I also think that all the global warming stuff is a hoax, with political arrangements. Also the Nobel Peace Prize has canceled the value of all Nobel Peace prizes, of course , not the value of them who have earned it.
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