Global warming and its possible effects on Earth
- Category: Reports and Articles
- Published: Wednesday, 09 December 2015 10:10
- Written by Mo Ali
The content of this article has been abstracted from the independent report “Global warming and its possible effects on Earth”, available to download using the link at the bottom of this article.
What is global warming?
Global warming is the rise of temperature above earth's surface, causing to climate change worldwide. There are several possible reasons to why the temperature above the earth's surface has risen over the last century and would continuously rise, despite the fact control measures are put in place.
What causes global warming?
Scientists believe that global warming is caused by the addition/emission of greenhouse gases (i.e. CO2) from industry and agricultural sector to the natural greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Activities such as burning fossil fuels (i.e. coal, oil, natural gas, etc) are considered to increase the volume of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the global atmosphere and also is responsible for global warming.
We believe the scientific facts (stated above) are partially responsible for the cause of global warming. The scientists have considered the facts based on earth to come to such conclusion. However, facts beyond earth may play a major role in global warming too.
Our prediction, taking into consideration the scientific and geographical facts on and beyond earth is that the planet earth could be getting closer towards the sun within the solar system. The distance (radius) between the earth and the sun could have been shortened over past centuries, resulting in rise of temperature worldwide.
How could global warming affect the world?
There are several possible ways global warming could affect the climate change around the world.
• Rise in sea level (ice melting)
• Heat waves could lead to droughts and human and animal dehydrate in some parts of the world
• More storms, leading to floods affecting agricultural sector in parts of the world
• Rise in temperate and moist atmosphere could also lead to developing new bacterias and viruses, which could have negative effects on humans and animals
If the planet earth is moving closer towards the sun, over the next few centuries life on earth could be affected in many ways.
Living thing will die when it reaches a certain temperature above earth's surface because of some of the global warming effects.
Heat from the sun would heat and pressurize the mantle (molten rock) beneath the earth’s crust, leading to faster movements of plates on earth's surface. This would result in more frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. As the earth gets closer towards the sun, the heat pressure will force out mantle on top of the earth's surface and cover the surface with lava (molten rock). The earth would end if it is moves into the sun. However, the effect of this catastrophic climate change would possibly take place many centuries after the the life on earth is wiped out, due to the extreme rise in temperature on earth.
However, this should not be a reason to avoid greenhouse gas emission on earth. Placing carbon emission control measures in place could have a much more positive effect on life on earth (i.e. clearer air and water, better health, improve life expectancy, supports agriculture sector etc).
How could global warming be prevented?
Taking into consideration the scientific and geographical facts, global warming may not be preventable at all but, control measures can be put into place to slow the process of global warming on earth's surface and prevent disastrous climate change on earth sooner than later. Some of the following changes could have a positive long-term effect on life on earth.
• Reducing industrial and agricultural carbon dioxide (CO2) emission
• Convert industrial CO2 emission into environmental friendly or reusable products
• Reduction in deforestation and plant more trees (good CO2 absorber)
• Use solar, wind and hydro-power energy generators
This independent report is just a predication based on learning from science on and beyond earth, as well as geography. There is no proven evidence to support the content of this report.