Research Paper Global warming (Myth/Reality)
The Research Project is a separate project for each student, in which the student researches a topic on the web and produces a report based on their research. Assignment: Each student will choose one topic, either from the following list or something they have a particular interest in. Several students will probably choose the same topic, but the work must be independent. Students will submit the assignment through the Blackboard assignment submission system. It must be at least 1000 words long. Submit it as either a Microsoft Word (*.doc, *.docx), rich text (*.rtf), or plain text file (*.txt). At the end of the report, there must be a section for works cited, and a minimum of three references must be included. Sample Topics: Effects of quantitative easing on food prices. Global warming – myth or reality. Debt and the Austrian School. The Dow Theory and Stock Values. Cloud Computing – Insecure convenience? Personal encryption – should we permit it? Cellular telephones – essential tool or infernal devices?
Name: Course Name: Instructor`s Name: Date: Global warming (Myth/Reality) Introduction Global warming is an increase in average temperatures of the atmosphere above the earth causing climate change. Global warming is a reality and not a myth. Rivers are drying up, the polar ice is melting away and new deserts are being created (News.nationalgeographic.com Para3). Global warming is the challenging and complicated issues in the eyes of leaders. Global warming is threatening to wipe away life on earth if it is kept unwatched (Mohr Para3). Main body Warnings are evident from the scientific bodies. The scientists are posing dangers on the human-greenhouse gases increased effect (Mohr Para 4). Greenhouse gases have been related to the greenhouse effect by absorbing the infrared radiation. Greenhouse gases are caused by the burning of fossil fuels and the dilapidation of forests (Topics.nytimes.com Para 2). The global carbon emission of greenhouse gases has reached an alarming rate. Carbon dioxide gas emissions have reached to a level that is unaccepted according to the scientist community (Mohr Para 6). The year two thousand and ten indicated immense production of carbon dioxide. Global carbon project indicated that carbon dioxide rose by five point nine percent. This was also noted by the scientific bodies in major parts of the world (News.nationalgeographic.com Para 5). The concerns over the ever rising levels of carbon dioxide have made governments to impose regula...