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  • Global Warming Epidemic Essay

    Global Warming: A new epidemic? Global Warming is a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth 's atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and other pollutants. This global Warming is changing the earth slowly but might make drastic changes to our everyday life. There are many factors causing global warming, the effects could be devastating, and society needs to care more about this and do something…

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  • Persuasive Speech On Global Warming

    disruptions in the Earth’s atmosphere for far too long now and it is time to finally make a change. Global warming has been a huge debate for a long time, but now it is time to realize that it is real, and it can destroy many living things on this planet, including us. This memo is to show the problems and some ideas for improvements to help the environment. What are the problems? One huge issue is global warming, which is caused by chemicals building up in our atmosphere that hold heat on…

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  • Global Warming Is A Natural Event

    and Southern Poles show that CO2 levels began to rise higher than they have been in thousands (1,000s) of years during the onset of the Industrial Revolution, circa 1950. ("Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet: Evidence," 2016) Currently the atmosphere contents a CO2 level of around 400 ppm (part per million). This is in stark contrast to previous half million year average of between peak periods of 300 to lows of 170 ppm. ("Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet: Evidence," 2016) It…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Perks Of Living In California Vs Arizona

    life has some sort of influenced connotation on where I’d prefer to live; however, ever since I was a little girl, I’ve always dreamed of living in California. California is a better place to live in because of the opportunities, diversity, and atmosphere. Although we, Americans, may live on the “land of opportunities,” that doesn’t necessarily mean that still everyone is given a justified opportunity. Arizona is currently ranked 48 in education, whereas California…

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  • The Ethics Of Ambiguity Analysis

    the Earth’s atmosphere, as the other side refers a new social habit that can tell the truth about the society’s lifestyle, which allows the humans to get involved with nature.…

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  • Climate Study: Climate Change

    Earth's environment. The gasses that have an impact on the atmosphere are water vapor, carbon dioxide, dinitrogen-oxide, and methane. Very nearly 30 percent of incoming sunlight is reflected back into space by bright surfaces like clouds and ice. In the other 70 percent, most are consumed by the land and ocean, and the rest is absorbed by the atmosphere. The absorbed solar energy heats our planet. This retention and radiation of heat by the atmosphere is helpful for life on Earth. Today, the…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Human Space Travel

    I’ve been on this ship with the Hesperis crew for two months now. We are somewhere in the middle of space between Earth and Venus. Travelling to Venus takes about 5 months, which means I still have three months of living (a very generous term for this situation in my opinion) in a 300 ft3 room with three other people [1, 2]. Trust me it’s not fun. It is difficult enough to live in a cramped living area by myself. The most common topic when discussing human space travel is the effects radiation…

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  • Descriptive Essay On Splash Mountain

    So I go for a ride on Splash Mountain. The seat is a model of a log and is designed to hold five people. Advancing to the seat, I feel my pants absorb the water from the previous ride; the handles are cold and slippery. The log begins forward and adrenaline is pumping through my body and my heart is racing. Vibrant colors all over the area, not knowing what is best to look at. The seat is going uphill, making me anxious. All of a sudden, the seat plummets and my body rises from the seat with a…

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  • Impact Of Global Climate Change

    Global climate change is modifying the population of microorganisms and the distribution of their species. Microorganisms live in environments where more than type of species exist. Each species of microorganism plays a major, minor or no role in intricate groups. There is variation amongst microorganism and because of this all species of microorganisms will not react to global climate change in the same way. These microorganisms have a vital role in ensuring components such as carbon and…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Rising Global Temperature

    climate change issue is manifesting at a rapid pace, so much so that even if we halt greenhouse gas emissions entirely, the earth will still continue to warm at a rapid pace due to the carbon dioxide still present in the atmosphere, mind you CO2 has a residence time in the atmosphere of over 100 years. The most viable solutions to this problem have been geo-engineering methods, some of which are extremely clever, but also extremely costly and impractical. A lot of the proposed solutions have to…

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