it is generally difficult to attribute specific natural phenomena to long

It is generally difficult to attribute specific natural phenomena to long

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I. Global Warming Does Not Pose Health Problems There is no experimental evidence to support that increases in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are causing or can be expected to cause catastrophic changes in global temperatures, weather, or human health. During the 20 years with the highest carbon dioxide levels, atmospheric temperatures have decreased. The earth has been much warmer during the past 3,000 years without catastrophic effects. Predictions that global warming will spark epidemics have little basis according to infectious disease specialists. II. Global Warming is a Naturally Occurring Process and Trying to Prevent Climate Change Would be a Waste of Money – We Need to Adapt Instead For the past 4.6 billion years, climates and global temperature have peaked and vallied repeatedly. This trend isn’t out of the normal, and cannot be considered abnormal. There have been numerous ice ages, followed by warm times. Although it is currently getting hotter, the temperature will soon peak, and go
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BIOL 116 taught by Professor Meyer during the Spring '08 term at Austin College.

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