pls ignore this section this is just to get through repl's minimum text section which is one of those features about repl that despite the fact you would assume it would not be there it's still there as I am writing this message I hope you all have a fun time looking at this coding eh piece
Dude, you should ALWAYS make sure you put something in the description to make sure people get interested. You could recreate Minecraft, but without a description people aren't going to be interested.
Dude, I figured out how to stop global warming.
Get inside refrigerator, close door, enclose self in. Global warming isn't really that big of a problem. Only the self-righteous social justice warriors care about. Change my mind...
I agree. I think everybody is going with it because people are saying that is't bad.
Let me give you a quick recap of the science.
The earth overtime, will get closer, and farther from the the sun. This is how the ice age started, and ended. People never say how it stopped. Did the dinosaurs start driving cars to make he planet hotter to make the ice go away? No, the earth started getting closer to the sun. Which results in the planet getting hotter. I'm not saying that there isn't pollution in the world, and that is isn't an issue. I am just saying that is not the biggest issue currently.
Again, can someone prove me wrong?
We are not getting closer to the sun, but scientists have shown that the distance between the sun and the Earth is changing. ... The rate at which the sun is slowing is also tiny (around 3 milliseconds every 100 years). As the sun loses its momentum and mass, the Earth can slowly slip away from the sun's pull.
Google does the earth get closer to the sun
@TheModerator hi, your "facts" are completely incorrect and have no logical evidence supporting them. Global warming is caused by the greenhouse affect and the melting of the polar ice caps, and the positive feedback that this causes.
As the earth is polluted by burning fossil fuels, gasses like carbon dioxide and methane are produced. These (an more) are known as "greenhouse gasses" as when heat enters the earth's atmosphere, these gasses prevent all of this heat leaving. Thus, the average temperature of the earth increases, as not all of this heat is able to leave the atmosphere.
The heat increase melts the ice in the poles. These ice caps have methane stored in them from very very long times ago. This release of methane, further increases the greenhouse effect. This is where positive feedback comes in. As the world gets warmer, the ice melts. As the ice melts the greenhouse effect increases and thus the temperature increases. Then more ice caps melt and more greenhouse gasses are released etc.
Another factor to global warming is the increasing deforestation that is occurring. Trees, as we all know convert carbon dioxide to oxygen in photosynthesis (6C02 + 6H20 --> 6O2 + C6H12O6). Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas. So as trees are destroyed, the average carbon dioxide level increases. And thus the average temperature increases.
We are not in an ice age at the moment, so that thing you said about ice ages is definitely invalid (maybe do some research about ice ages, they are pretty interesting).
Hope that helps you understand, because it took me like 20 minutes to write out for you!
We produce carbon dioxide. The plants cycle it into oxygen for anything that breathes oxygen.
Just adding on, Mcdonalds and other fast food burger restaurants are also polluting because they have many, many, many cows. Cows fart. They fart methane, which also contributes to the carbon dioxide level increasing. According to several sources (howstuffworks.com, climate feedback, our future energy, independant, the guardian), cows could be about as polluting as cars.
@TheModerator No. I didn't say we had to kill them. We can't just live with it, it's better to be proactive and try stuff. For example, instead of eating meat, people could have different diets, like insects, or more vegeterian diets. Raising cows is very polluting, but I'm not saying we should stop it completely. We have to find alternatives.
@TheModerator Actually, I believe as according to Wikipedia, (it cites a source, I haven't been able to read that far yet), Single-celled organisms *made" most of the O2 in the air. Trees just help keep the cycle going smoothly. Not saying kill the trees, but the expanse of the ocean leaves MANY more single-celled O2-makers than the surface does.
The CSS is pretty cool. But please next time add a small description..