ENG 111 Inquary 3

ENG 111 Inquary 3 - Nuclear Climate Change 1 Climate change...

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Nuclear Climate Change 1 Climate change is a tricky thing to pin down. Unlike most scientific processes, it seems that climate scientists do not need to go through the rigorous tests of repetitive confirmations. A lot of the science that has come up against it in an effort to be skeptical is often ridiculed instantly even though its main goal is to simply look for other causes that are not being considered by scientists that think Global warming is real. I tried to show not necessarily that I was fully correct with my theory but to show that there are other alternatives to what the main stream sciences have told you. I wanted to show these so that my audience realizes that there is more than one view point on this issue and that they should be cautions when politicians say that they want to improve the environment. Some of my sources are a little old but they are about things that have not changed in the time since they were written so I saw no problem in using them.
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Nuclear Climate Change 2 Nuclear Climate Change Tom Hohman ENG 111 Professor Andrew Buchner November 10, 2010
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Nuclear Climate Change 3 Over the last decade world tensions have been rising. War and terrorism is at an all time high. International economies are failing and energy is becoming more expensive every day. But are those the only things that are rising? Over the past decade global warming has become as big of an issue as any of the previously mentioned. It is a main point in every political campaign and has created movements the likes of which have never been seen before. It has become the source of much finger pointing and controversy. There are hundreds of theories as to what or who is causing it; the US, China, India, and a god angry with the lack of morality in the world are the prime suspects. The many solutions to it have ranged from raising taxes, creating a more vegan society, to socializing the energy economy. Most of these ideas assume that humanity has somehow had a hand in it, and most of the solutions assume that we deserve punishment for it. But what most of these theories leave out what could be the single most important element in weather patterns; the Sun. It was over four hundred years ago that we decided that it was ok for the Earth to go around the Sun, but now we have to go one step further. We must stretch our imaginations to accept the possibility that this Sun can also affect the tiny blue planet going around it. We are just beginning to understand the implications of this, but by denying that fact one might as well accept the fact that the world is flat again. In order to more fully understand our Sun, I need to take you back to about 5 billion years to its creation. Our latest scientific theory says that the universe as we know it had a beginning at some point in the past and this even burst forth all of the matter and energy that currently makes up the observable universe. The most dominant element in the early days was hydrogen, one
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ENG 111 Inquary 3 - Nuclear Climate Change 1 Climate change...

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