Climate

Climate Change Regulation
Flowers blossom, rains and thunder almost every day, people with their rack pick up dead leaves, snow bound covers the road, and this is a panoramic view of the four seasons.   The furthest people lives from the equator, the most they can appreciate the difference between the seasons.   The methodic and successive changes in the system represent the climate.   The official date for the change of seasons stays the same, but around the world, the characteristics of a season vary more and more: warmer or coldest winter, more active hurricane season in the tropics.   Are these changes man made, or are they part of a regular cycle in the solar system?   What the government should do minimize these extreme variations in the climate?   Command controls or incentive regulations, what is the best method to solve the problems?   As an environmental science expert from University of Phoenix, what should be done   to help the Federal government in that matter?
Climate change is a process in life.   The Earth year has four seasons, which last each 13 weeks.   The weather is not the same in all seasons.   In the last few decades, some scientists observe an increase in the Earth temperature, for them, global warming is accelerated by human activities.   Other scientists think climate change is part of a normal geologic cycle and nobody should be worried about.   Scientists should not be fighting about this issue because the experimental method is based on facts.   The arguments about climate change are all over the spectrum of ideas and sometimes, they are diametrically opposed.
      Dr Habibullo Abdussamatov,┬áHead of Space Research, Pulkovo Observatory, in Russia said in January 2007. "It is no secret that increased solar irradiance warms Earth's oceans, which then triggers the emission of large amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. So the common view that man's industrial activity is a deciding factor in global warming has emerged from a...