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Come one come all. Having trouble with Elemetary School science? I can help! I get very very good marks on this subject! I'm open to all who need my help.

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I'M A SCIENCE WIZ, I CAN HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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how is the "green house efect" herting the poles

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"Annoying Jr." wrote:

how is the "green house efect" herting the poles
Really? It's hurting the poles because it's causing green house gasses to compile and melt the arctic regions cauzing life to be in danger in the polar regions

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i was testing the "WIZ"

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ok i learne this but i dont know how to explain it so here is what scientists think: Many scientists do not agree with the CO2 global warming models developed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). For instance, T.M.L. Wigley 1, a senior scientist at the U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research, calculated the "saved" warming that would accrue if every nation met its Kyoto Protocol obligations (U.S. reduction of 43%). By 2050, the earth�s temperature would reduce by 0.07 oC - a change so small it could not be reliably measured. In contrast to Wigley's projections, the IPCC has developed models 2 that predict the average surface temperature of the earth relative to 1980-1990, will increase by 2 to 11.5�F (1.1 to 6.4�C) by the end of the 21st century due to increased CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere. They project temperature change as functions of growth rates in atmospheric carbon dioxide.

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Here it is, simply put: Green house effect= global warming= melting of the north and south magnetic poles!

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"sparxitup123" wrote:

Here it is, simply put: Green house effect= global warming= melting of the north and south magnetic poles!
Kinda but my way is a better put more advanced explanation

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"Annoying Jr." wrote:

i was testing the "WIZ"
If that was sarcastic, that hurt, Sad

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