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Is the Earth headed for the next ice age, or global warming?

The Earth might be headed for the next ice age, or global warming. Which one do you think it is?
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Annie Bensyl

on 11 April 2011

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Transcript of Is the Earth headed for the next ice age, or global warming?

Pollution Weather Mining Volcanos have not been as active as they have been in the past few years.




Hurricane totals have been going up. Tornado totals are going up also. About 40% percent of deaths worldwide are caused by water, air, and soil pollution. Sewage, sludge, garbage, and even toxic pollutants are all dumped into the water. A whole lot more people are dying from mining gold than the people that are not mining. The reason more people are dying from mining is because of the toxic gas. 60% of oil was used in 2006. They're has been 6642 tornados from 2006-2010. That's a lot of tornados!! 162 Hurricanes/tropical storms have hit the United States! Farmers often use chemicles to hinder bug infestations or other diseases from damaging or ruining their crops.These chemicles seep into the ground water or runs off into lakes, rivers, or creeks, causing water pollution. Our conclusion is that we're headed for global warming based on our data. What do you think? Thanks for watching!



By: Annie Bensyl (Weather) Hannah Nichols (pollution), And Nicholas Barnes (mining) Ice Age
or
Global Warming?
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