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Changing climates due to global warming

nangk08

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Much has been said on this topic and there are numerous discussions and proposed solution to avert climate change. But is it of any use? Unless and until, we keep destroying forests and changing courses of rivers, keep building concrete and steel monstrosities, all is futile. Now, it is supposed to be winter for us, and it is raining heavily since yesterday, playing havoc with our winter crops! It is simply so annoying!
 

Alexandoy

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I have surrendered to the global warming and seasonal changes. We have to understand that the huge population of the earth and it is ever growing is the main culprit. No matter how we clean up our act the climate change will continue because the world's economy is already dependent on the pollutants. For me, we are in a hopeless situation regarding environmental issues.
 

nangk08

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I agree, with the explosion of population all around the world, most efforts seem to be going waste. But we still cannot give up and throw everything to fate, what little we can do will still make some difference. For each one of us is accountable and we owe it to our future generations.
 

nangk08

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The rains still won't stop. Yesterday it stopped raining for a few hours and we had a bit of sun, although weak. But today morning, its again started raining. It is so cold and grey everywhere! :cautious:
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Mildredtabitha

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Many areas are experiencing climate change.it is difficult to change things since it is caused by human irresponsibility.But maybe some day things will get better.
 

Nocturnal Writer

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Well, climate change has so many factors and global warming.

The abuse of environment is one of those. But the climate change is influenced by the position of the earth as far as I understand it.
 

nangk08

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Well, climate change has so many factors and global warming.

The abuse of environment is one of those. But the climate change is influenced by the position of the earth as far as I understand it.
Yes, position of the earth does play a major role in climate change, it alternatively goes through extreme hot and cold cycles, but yet, we cannot deny that human interference equally is to blame. Our activities expediate the process of raising temperatures to a great extent. Giant cement, steel and glass structures are heat traps and raise temperature to a great extent. Concrete roads also change the temperatures of any place than normal.
 

Nocturnal Writer

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Yes, position of the earth does play a major role in climate change, it alternatively goes through extreme hot and cold cycles, but yet, we cannot deny that human interference equally is to blame. Our activities expediate the process of raising temperatures to a great extent. Giant cement, steel and glass structures are heat traps and raise temperature to a great extent. Concrete roads also change the temperatures of any place than normal.
Yes, the position of the earth the sun is what I'm about to point it out. It greatly affects the climate change.

And I do agree with you for your opinion on the proliferation of factories and the building or construction of concrete roads which are good conductors of heat that aggravate or increase an intense temparture.
 

Athanas

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The changing climates are advantegeous to some regions and also disadvantageous to others. Areas that never used to receive rainfall are now receiving it.
 

nangk08

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You have the point but more disadvantages are cited by those countries affected by climate change for they're used to it.
True...in fact, certain countries such as Maldives are slowly sinking inch by inch into the oceans. The water levels in the canals of Vienna are rising steadily.
 

Nocturnal Writer

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Our country especially in the national capital region is being reported to be in danger of being sinking. There's a theory if one island is submerged another island rises. Is it true?
 

nangk08

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Our country especially in the national capital region is being reported to be in danger of being sinking. There's a theory if one island is submerged another island rises. Is it true?
Oh, that is indeed very worrying. Even in India, major metropolitan such as the city of Mumbai is in danger when the sea levels rise. As to the theory, yes, it is quite true, as some islands will sink into the ocean floor, the pressure and the pushing action will make nearby ocean floors to rise up giving birth to new islands.
 

Nocturnal Writer

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Oh, that is indeed very worrying. Even in India, major metropolitan such as the city of Mumbai is in danger when the sea levels rise. As to the theory, yes, it is quite true, as some islands will sink into the ocean floor, the pressure and the pushing action will make nearby ocean floors to rise up giving birth to new islands.
That theory really works or puts this thing into reality. Is there any island so far you have known?
 

nangk08

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That theory really works or puts this thing into reality. Is there any island so far you have known?
Well, I have read that apart from Mumbai, Kolkata in India is said to sink , then there are more well know islands such as Bangkok, Amsterdam, Venice, etc. and quite a number of islands in the Pacific Ocean.
 

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