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Compose a 250 words assignment on global warming video analysis. Needs to be plagiarism free!
Compose a 250 words assignment on global warming video analysis. Needs to be plagiarism free! Global Warming Video Analysis As with many issues within the field of science, a better understanding of the facts oftentimes leads the field to growand progress in ways that prior knowledge may have deemed unimaginable. however, such is the beauty of science. Due to the availability of further data, more research, and a better of understanding of some of the key issues, the field is able to continually develop as it attempts to gain a more full and complete understanding of the nuanced world in which we live.
The video that this student has analyzed for response is that of Senator James Inhofe’s response to the issue of global warming as a function of human CO2 emissions. Inhofe’s view is that although he initially accepted the understanding that humans were the primary culprits in global climate change (then called global warming), the recent data which has come to light indicates that in fact humans only account for but a very small percentage of total C02 emissions. As such, Inhofe goes on to state that the fact of the matter is that the Kyoto Accords have become a massive liability to the American civilian in the form of costing him/her many thousands of dollars each and every year as a function of the deadweight loss that is attributed to any nation that signs onto the Accords. Furthermore Inhofe goes on to state that a large number of the scientists who originally bandwagoned together and signaled their agreement with the human causation of global warming and supported such a belief have since, almost to the individual, begun to back down and take a more tempered approach to the issue. Although few are coming out denying that humanity has little if anything to do with climate change, few among those initial activists that pushed for the Kyoto Accords are continuing to argue for the same logic that initially persuaded them to become active during that period.
An obvious criticism of Inhofe’s point of view is of course the fact that even though human beings do not contribute to the lion’s share of CO2 emissions, the fact remains that humanity is responsible for a larger and larger percentage of total CO2 output. As such, it is only logical to assume that the Earth’s ability to convert this back to oxygen as forests continue to be decimated and a higher and higher ratio of industrial nations belch out metric ton after metric ton of CO2 each and every year. Additionally, as human advancement has taken a greater and more prominent role within the course of human history, it is additionally verifiable that temperature increases have been observed. Would it therefore be entirely illogical to assume, at least in small part, that humanity is at least partially responsible for the issues that are currently redefining the global climate?
In conclusion, what can be taken away from an analysis of Inhofe’s discussion is the fact that the understanding of global climate change has a long way to go. Rather than seeking to differentiate ourselves into two camps that scream at one another with regards to the true culprit for the global climate change which is evidenced throughout the planet, a far better approach will be to pour the necessary resources into study and analysis as a means to both fully understand and hopefully work to ameliorate the issues.
Farberly, Gerald. "Sen. James Inhofe on the global warming scam." YouTube. 11 .Sept. .2007. Web. 17 .Dec. .2012.