Taking Action on Climate Change

A better understanding of global warming.

Humanity needs to realize that CO2's are not the only massive environmetal contribution that has accumulated. Our just as massive aquatic thermal contribution has also accumulated and spread worldwide. Triggering the rapid rate of decline in the planetary ice and greatly contributing to climate change. This is why the ice is declining over ten times faster than their CO2 related predictions. The oceans have a predominant inwards direction of conduction, which causes the waters to hold onto thermal energy. Humanities massive contribution in addion to that already being provided by the sun and hotter planet surface has thrown off the fragile aquatic thermal balance of nature. It is feared that the extraction of oil from under the waters might also be contributing to this growing condition, by increasing the normal rate in which thermal energy is being transferred into the colder waters.


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    About all I get out of that huge long-winded comment is that like most issues, global warming is very much multi-factorial. When a problem has many contributing factors rather than a single cause, I figure it makes since to try working on whatever contributing factor you can get at to work on most easily and hope for at least some response. It should help to try to make good use of as much otherwise waste as possible. One man's waste heat can be another man's district heating, or even be enough to run air conditioning.

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