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Monthly archive June, 2013

Historical Evidence Of Humans Adapting To Climate Change

Anyone who is not caught up in the ‘global warming caused by man’ religion can surely point to many instances of mankind adapting to their environment. Throughout history we have gone off exploring new lands and environments and found hostile surroundings that we have ended up settling in and adapting to, often driving us to...

Have Your Say On Climate Change!

  Many people have a view on the climate change issue of whether mankind or nature has the greatest effect on our climate, or whether mankind has much effect at all. If you’re interested in having your own say, try our survey page or find the link in the top right of the page.
The Unlikely Culprit Behind Climate Change

The Unlikely Culprit Behind Climate Change

For millions of years, mankind has feared Volcanoes for the immense power and destruction that results from a volcanic eruption. The citizens of Pompeii thought that gods dwelt in the mountain of Vesuvius and that volcanic activity was actually the result of the gods being displeased with the people, but even they could not have...
Human Activity and Climate Change

Human Activity and Climate Change

Scientists continue to debate the role of human activity in climate change. Some scientists believe sunspots and other solar activity have the greatest effect on the earth’s temperature while others believe they have no significant effect. To understand the debate over sunspots and their role, one must look at both sides of the story. ┬áScientists...
The Effects Of Solar Radiation On The Earth's Climate

The Effects Of Solar Radiation On The Earth’s Climate

Scientists and observers who have watched the sun have noticed certain trends for sunspots. There is a connection between chemical processes in the sun and the amount of solar flares and spots that can be observed. There is a cycle that lasts about eleven years of solar activity. During the periods of greatest activity there...
How Earthquakes Affect Our Climate

How Earthquakes Affect Our Climate

To understand how earthquakes affect our climate, we must first understand what the climate is and how an earthquake happens. The climate is the change in meteorological variables such as a change in the temperature, the amount of precipitation that we get, or even the amount of wind that occurs in an area. It is...
How Volcanic Eruptions Contribute To Climate Change

How Volcanic Eruptions Contribute To Climate Change

Volcanoes are openings or craters on a planet’s surface, which shoot out magma, ash and gases that are stored below the surface. Over 75% of the volcanoes on Earth are found in an area around the Pacific Ocean where tectonic plates meet. This area is known as The Ring of Fire. Volcanoes don’t all look...