Global Warming Argumentative Essay by RightRiters

Global Warming
This paper is a structured argumentative essay which debates that global warming is a natural process and that the greenhouse effect argument is unsupported.
# 23516 | 2,180 words | 6 sources | 2002 | US

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This paper is a structured debate, arguing three points in support of global warming as a process: The current increase in temperature is a part of the natural cycle in the earth's temperature; Milankovitch cycles adequately explain the effects of warming and the effects seen are explained by the earth's natural systems enhancement. The author also refutes the common arguments made to support the idea of the greenhouse effect. A formal outline is included.

From the Paper:

"The first argument was that the observed increase in temperature is a result of natural variations in the earth's temperature and not a product of man's impact on the world. This argument is because the earth has natural variations in temperature and that these natural variations are an adequate explanation for the changes in temperature observed. Since the exact cause of the increase in temperature cannot be known, this argument is not proof that the greenhouse effect is not occurring, but is proof that the impact of man is not necessarily the cause. This proof at least adds to further consideration of the issue and to questioning the assumption that the impact of man must be the cause of an increase in temperature."

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