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Since the onset of the industrial revolution in the 1850's carbon dioxide has
been over-accumulating in our atmosphere at a rate approximately equal to the
burning of fossil fuels, such as coal and oil. As we approach the twenty-first
century, earth's atmosphere is becoming increasingly overburdened
with carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. These three-atom molecules
flutter as light (short-wave radiation from the sun) passes through them. But
when the light hits the earth and is converted to heat (long-wave radiation),
these same three-atom molecules trap more and more heat rays inside our atmosphere.
Every day, all year 'round, large pieces of the north pole are breaking off
and dropping into the ocean.
One significant, long-term result is that we now risk releasing huge amounts
of ancient methane, which is stored in the polar ice. Venus, with an atmosphere
made up largely of methane, has a surface temperature of nearly 900 degrees.
The climate chaos we have been experiencing over
the past decade has been linked, by hundreds of internationally respected scientists,
to the buildup of these greenhouse gases and the
radical and uneven heating of the earth's surface.
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