Tuesday, 30 October 2007

My Question Answer

In the future the size of hurricanes will be getting bigger and bigger because the size of hurricanes have doubled in the last 30 years so I guess it will get 4 times bigger in 60 years and I think it will have more speed and power and they will be more common because they form in hot waters see the next problem more the hot sea water problem. Because global warming is making the world hotter the sun is taking the water from the land and it will get worse because if we keep on polluting we will make the sun suck up more heat ad the floods will be more common because the more water sucked up by the sun will drop on the land making the floods more fatal. The green land ice caps are melting and it is making the sea level higher and higher and if the meting countinues at this rate the Greenland ice caps will melt in 20 years. And there is another big piece of ice melting the west attic ice if this melts the water will get higher 20 feet (It will melt in 10 years) This has probably happened because of World War 2 because the Nazi dropped CO2 bombs on the UK to slow them down. The USA also tested about 8 atomic bombs. CO2 emissions have gone past the limit (It could not go over 30 degrees and now it has gone past it (34.876 degrees).
The Consequences in the Past
Glaciers in the past were normal but now glaciers have all melted like Assize Glacier (Swaziland)
What are the consequences now?
Glaciers in the past were normal but now glaciers have all melted like Assize Glacier.
The atmosphere is getting thicker and the heat gets trap in earth and that makes the icebergs are melting also there is holes in the ozone layer.
The warming will continue if emissions of heat-trapping gases continue to increase and all the ice berg will melt and the Antarctic and Antarctica will be gone because of that there will be more floods many people will lose their home because of global warming.

Exchange one regular light bulb with a compact fluorescent light bulb. Drive less. Walk, bike, or carpool.
Recycle more. Buy recycled and recyclable products.
Check your tires. Properly inflated tires can improve gas mileage by more than 3%.
Use less hot water. A lot of energy is used to hear water.
Avoid products with a lot of packaging.
Adjust your thermostat.
Plant a tree.
Turn off electronic devices when you aren’t using them

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