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GLobal Warming: Under Fire

Summary: Temperature, time has told us, is a fickle thing-prone to many variables. One day man may be able to calculate where our spinning home in the universe is going, what we can expect: whether a frozen winter dusk is our future or a blazing fiery sahara or an unaltered static terrain, but that time is not today, for now we are blinded by the lights of too many conflicting truths.
Under Fire

Recently shoved into the lime light by modern researchers, our atmosphere remains silent while pantomiming a global story; a story which unfortunately is interpreted in a plethora of ways. Our earth is too hot, some claim. Our earth's temperature is just fine, others declare. Dissenting experts and arguing scientists are creating a tension strung between two entirely opposite schools of thought. There isn't any clear answer, no one overarching agreement for any lay person to subscribe to. Absorbing the information with an attitude of skepticism, and reservation to radical single-sided views is an intelligent approach to this perplexing dilemma.

According to both sides of the fence it would appear that "ample evidence" both supports and refutes the concept that the earth has risen a substantial temperature (Doughton). Supporters of the greenhouse theory claim that the excessive use of fossil fuels and the constant pollution...

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