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Global Warming On My Mind

by Mystery Girl

Pass the lotion, please.

Pass the lotion, please.

I've got global warming on my mind...The main question people want to know about global warming is what is causing it. I personally think that global warming comes from several natural causes and that people are also causing it in modern days.

People just didn't know it before and didn't bother about it. Today people are causing global warming more by using their cars a lot and using CfC (Chlorofluorocarbon) which is found in hairspray and other materials. CFC causes depletion of the ozone layer. The ozone layer absorbs 90% of sun's ultraviolet rays.

Pollution has caused global warming. Pollution usually occurs in big crowded cities where there is a lot of factories and near an ocean or near a body of water. We (the world) need to work together to save this Earth for the future generations. Thank you for reading this article.

Barry's Response - Thank you, MG, for writing it. It's no mystery...Global warming is on a lot of people's minds. Pollution is not desirable no matter if we can pinpoint its implications (ozone depletion, global warming or whatever) or not. Let's clean up our act.

In the meantime, check these unusual solutions people have proposed to try and fix the global warming situation in the past. I didn't make this stuff up. Honest.

Global warming on my mind? I'll say.

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