The Real Inconvenient Truth

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The Real Inconvenient Truth Liberal Arts Essay #3 Ruth Bryan Dr. Eubanks April 16, 2008
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The Real Inconvenient Truth Al Gore’s movie “An Inconvenient Truth” is highly controversial and there is much support for both sides of the arguments surrounding the global warming issue. Well known scientists have researched this topic for years, and have produced data that backs up each of the views on global warming. According to Gore the world today faces the very real threat of global warming; he states that “if you look at the 10 hottest years ever measured, they’ve all occurred within the last 14 years and the hottest of all was 2005.” 2005 was the year that Hurricane Katrina hit, and he links that directly to global warming saying that we are in for many more situations like that one unless we do something to combat global warming. The way we have gotten to where we are today is by allowing too much carbon dioxide into the air, and by not controlling pollution in general. The carbon dioxide that is being overproduced is creating a hole in the ozone layer which allows the sun’s Ultraviolet (UV) rays to penetrate the atmosphere and come into contact
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2008 for the course LIBARTS 101 taught by Professor Eub during the Spring '08 term at Ouachita Baptist.

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