The planet Earth's climate change has been given a considerable degree of attention by the human population lately. Detailed climate change patters, predictions and fact get unleashed every second of the day. Some aspects that can be closely analyzed when drawing conclusions on climatology trends are; major constituents that contribute towards global climate change (Is the carbon cycle the largest contributor towards climate change?), human/natural systems involvement, historical climate change trends, advancement of present technology and social engineering.
[...] On the contrary, every human should have equal right to the truth although majority may not even care about what climate change is about and its consequences. According to the discussion above, reframing of climate change as a carbon cycle management challenge can open up many different avenues of extensive research. Climate change can be reframed as a carbon cycle management challenge if we are able to prove that is merely based on the human interactive carbon cycle. We have seen a peak in the carbon cycle alright! Is this [...]
[...] The carbon dioxide cycle can be a cycle that is repetitive over a time period of every one or two million years and we do not have solid evidence and data collected from certain early historical periods. Also technology is an aspect that has undergone periodical advancement as opposed to being overnight! Therefore the accuracy of the climate change data collected 100s of years ago is dubious. As a result of the industrial revolution that took place around the 18th century, technological advancements have lead to an increase of carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. [...]
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