Global Warming, a False Ideology
Global Warming (A False Ideology) Global warming is defined by Google as “A gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth’s atmosphere generally attributed to the greenhouse effect caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide, CFCs, and other pollutants”. The “greenhouse effect” is essential to life on Earth. If there were no greenhouse gases, the temperature of the air would be about 32°F or 18°C colder than it is now. The earth would pretty much be a frozen wasteland. We need greenhouse gases.
My argument against global warming mainly emphasizes on the disproving of man-made global warming, not global warming as by direct definition as quoted above. I believe in the validity of the Green House effect, but am willing to denounce the allegations that human-kinds man-made greenhouse gases have or will ever influence climate change or overall atmospheric stability. We as a society rely on an assortment of technologies to engage us in every day luxuries that those of lesser fortune have not the ability.
These luxuries influence the world in many ways but are incapable of changing the climate of our world with minute greenhouse gas emissions small in proportion to that of natures. Man-made Global warming is a false unproven ideology based on no scientific evidence, and is supposedly caused by natural gases (like carbon dioxide and methane) that are produced, and have been produced, by many organisms and even geological features many years before human kind even started using fossil fuels.
In fact over 97% of all greenhouse gases are produced naturally. Case in point; India’s population of over one billion people produces more carbon dioxide just by breathing than is produced by all the coal-burning power plants in the United States. According to the USGS (The United States Geological Survey) the world’s volcanoes generate about two hundred million tons of carbon dioxide annually.
The main contributor to Global Warming, aka carbon dioxide, is used in part as the pivotal argument made by many global warming idealists to point the finger at such industries as coal burning plants, car manufacturers, and big oil companies. But how could this be, when carbon dioxide is essential for life on Earth. Plants can’t live without it, and we certainly can’t live without plants. Carbon dioxide is a natural gas, and all humans and animals produce more carbon dioxide then all man-made emissions combined.
This fact alone should be enough to thwart the idea that man-made carbon dioxide is contributing to global warming. There is an abundance of scientific research establishing strengthened arguments against the idea of Global Warming, in fact so much so that over thirty one thousand scientists have signed a petition denouncing the ideology of man-made global warming. This petition was circulated by the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine.
Here’s a just a piece of the petition: “We urge the United States government to reject the global warming agreement that was written in Kyoto, Japan in December, 1997, and any other similar proposals. The proposed limits on greenhouse gases would harm the environment, hinder the advance of science and technology, and damage the health and welfare of mankind. There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gasses is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth’s atmosphere and disruption of the Earth’s climate.
Moreover, there is substantial scientific evidence that increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide produce many beneficial effects upon the natural plant and animal environments of the Earth. ” | The most compelling evidence against “global warming’s harsh after effects”, which actually promotes heating our atmosphere, is that global warming, if it occurs, could be beneficial to the world. Temperatures during the Medieval Warm Period between 800 & 1200 AD allowed the Vikings to settle in Greenland.
The time period between 5000 & 3000 BC, also known as the “climatic optimum,” was even warmer than the Medieval Period and was believed to be a time when mankind first started to develop civilization. When assessing the evidence presented in this paper, a reasonable conclusion to the ideological hypocrisy that man-made global warming exists should be undoubtedly misfortune in that the science backing it is minuscule to that of which opposes it. To believe that Global Warming may actually be beneficial to the world and its inhabitants may actually be a logical conclusion as well.