Essay on Global Warming
According to Mark Hendrickson, a writer for Forbes Magazine, Global Warming can be considered …show more content…
Hendrickson is not the only skeptic out there. There are many other people who do the research and have plausible assertions against the theory. Richard A. Muller of the Wall Street Journal is one such writer. He collected much data on the topic and has provided a carefully reasoned argument. There are also many other researchers and writers who produce such rebuttals. Their work includes some feasible evidence to justify their point. However, Global Warming is a real issue and is substantiated with real evidence.
Muller worked on the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature Project which measured temperature changes on the Earth’s land masses instead of the oceans, because that is where the most change seems to be occurring. He worked alongside Robert Rohde who managed to obtain over 1.6 billion temperature measurements from over 39,000 temperature stations from around the world. Their research findings showed a slight increase in temperature climates. Although the average temperature increase is believed to be insignificant, it is incontrovertible there are real observed effects in the environment.
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