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Global Warming and Climate Change J. King, MVCC
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Main Ideas Global Warming is an academic debate made very important due to the stakes. The science behind climate change is in its infancy and has limited predictive power. Even if it could be proven that the earth was warming because of humans and that was a bad thing, there are no realistic political solutions for how to deal with climate change.
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The Most Important Main Idea No matter how much you or I recycle, if we’re doomed due to global warming, it’s likely not going to save the planet.
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Questions We’ll Answer How does this whole thing work? How do people know the earth will heat up?
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How does this work? Past: Ice cores, tree rings (and not many of them) Present (and near-past): thermometers, weather stations Future: Computer models (projections)
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Climate Change 1) The Earth is warming. 2) It is the fault of humans.
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