The climate changes and so the risk of injury, illness, and death from the heat waves, wildfires, storms and floods rises.
So what if it becomes hotter?
Our Earth is a complex system of different spheres – atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere etc. If something happens to one of them, it will inevitably effect the others, too, or to put it simply – the rising of the air temperature will lead to melting of the glaciers, which will increase the level of the sea ocean; as well as the undercurrents, and they dictate the mere existence of the sea flora and fauna and the climate in the sea regions.
According to one of the hypotheses global warming will be the reason the Gulfstream to either disappear or weaken due to too much fresh water from the melted glaciers in the north Atlantic ocean, which will cool down considerably the whole of North and West Europe.
A study by French scientists has discovered that the summer in Europe comes 10 days earlier than it did 40 years ago and if the current amount of carbon dioxide remain the same, at the end of this century the heat will start 20 days earlier than in the preindustrial era.
Global warming affects the Earth poles as well. The melting of the ice cap changes the weight distribution of the planet. This makes the poles change their direction.
Scientists have discovered that the direction of the poles is towards the east, namely England. They claim that the change of the poles’ direction will be painless for the population of the planet. The climate changes will continue 10 000 years more; and if the carbon dioxide emission continues 300 years more, then only after 1000 years the consequences will be fatal.
So far people have left in the atmosphere 580 billion tons of carbon dioxide. By the year 2300 the levels of carbon dioxide will have increased from 400 particles a million to the unimaginable 2000 particles a million. The average year temperature will have risen with the whopping 7°С, and only after 10 000 years will it go down with only 1 degree.
This is definitely extremely alarming. We have to stop emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere at the latest after 1 or 2 decades.
The complete abstinence from meat and food of animal origin will save not only millions of animals but will also weaken the effect of global warming.
Scientists have calculated the consequences of four variants of events by the year 2050 – the whole world will have started to eat less meat; most of the population will be vegetarians and vegans. This transition towards plant food will have saved 8.1 million people already. What is more, the abstinence from animal products will help drop the volume of the greenhouse gases, emitted into the atmosphere.
Animal farming and the production of animal food plays an important role in global warming. Trees are cut down to free land for pastures, animals eat tons of food and in return produce methane in huge quantities.
The global transition towards plant food will be beneficial mostly for the economies of the developing countries, although this leap of faith requires significant efforts on part of the mankind.
There are skeptics, however, that think this is a conspiracy and it’s not global warming we should be worried about; it’s global cooling.
The United States government spends 2 billion dollars every year on global warming studies. A number of scientists research the topic and if it is claimed they if don’t show some evidence of global warming, they will not get further financing, so they have a vested interest in proving this theory.
The question is why Alan Gore wants to prove there is global warming? The global warming lie seems to have political reasons. Global warming needs global measures and behind this lurks the idea about Global World Government that will solve the “problem”. The idea is to create an imaginary problem so that different countries forsake their sovereignty in favour of solving the problem. Al Gore claims that more taxes will help the economy; that imposing the so called “air tax” /carbon tax/ will bring money in … for what is another question.