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                                                                                                                                                       unreal global warming

The whole global warming scene is quite unreal with emotion controlling the people on the overpopulated planet.

With all the global warming videos coming out of the US and with President Bush being one of the last presidents to ratify the Kyoto Treaty, you would think the US was at the top of the list of CO2 polluters. But the past performance of the US says otherwise. Between

1970 and 2004 electricity consumption increased by 115% and the aggregate air pollution was cut in half. 

This was due to advances in pollution control technologies. 

Also the population grew by 40% and I think we should be worrying about that figure more so than some of the figures depicted in Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth. With all Al’s concern about carbon dioxide it only makes up 0.038% of greenhouse gases and all plants wouldn’t grow if there were no carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Also greenhouse gases consist of 78% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0.038% carbon dioxide, and trace amounts of others gases. 

So this whole global warming thing is getting more unreal by the minute.

Why are we so worried about CO2 when it makes up just a small part of the greenhouse gas mix. What is more worrying is politicians are making policy suggestions using the emotion surrounding Al Gore’s movie. Some have already stopped new coal-fired plants from being built because of their concerns for the environment. Yet China is opening one new coal fired power plant every week, according to Al. 

I must admit Al is doing what a lot of people would say was impossible, and that is trying to make people do something about the planet warming up. I am actually quite impressed with AL and what he is doing even though I believe the sun has more to do with global warming than CO2.

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