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Global Warming

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 4/29/2017 Category: Politics
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
Viewed: 257 times Debate No: 102286
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I stand by the position of the scientists who agree with me that global warming does in fact exist and is a very real problem. First I would like to say that levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has risen since the 1950s when the true age of industrialism was started. Everyone started building factories and cars became a viable option for transport. The facts don't lie.

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Posted by Riley_Houston 3 years ago
However throughout Earth's history we've had high periods of warming, but none on the scale of our current period. Even if global warming is false would it be better to have a cleaner earth?
Posted by John_C_1812 3 years ago
Global Warming or climate change s a religious test to hold political office. All accusation set forward by Science by fact produce a Constitutional claim of Climate multiplication without a need for proper representation.

Basic science suggests that the most common cause of rapped raising in heat levels is by transfer. The explanation science puts forward does not recognize all contributions to forms of pollution that would create the transfer of solar heat.
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