Crackars Greenhouse Effect

The Global Greenhouse Effect: Carbon Dioxide, Nitrous Oxide and Methane allow short wave radiation (light) to pass on through. But short wave radiation (light) is converted to long wave radiation (heat) upon striking hard dark objects in our atmosphere. These three-atom molecules are relatively opaque to long-wave radiation (heat) and trap the heat.

This creates a "Greenhouse Effect" and may cause chaotic terrestial climate imbalances.

Frequently Asked Questions About The Greenhouse Effect:

1.What Is The Greenhouse Effect ?
2.What Will Climate Change Lead To?
3.Does The Greenhouse Effect Occur Naturally?
4.What Is The Difference Between The Greenhouse Effect, Global Warming And Climate Change?
5.What Causes The Greenhouse Effect?
6.How Can Relatively Little CO2 Emitted By Humans Make A Difference ?
7.How Do We Know The Greenhouse Effect Is A Reality?
8.What Do The Experts Conclude About Climate Change?
9.Global Warming And Climate Change? Is There Still A Debate?
10.When Will We Know If The Greenhouse Effect Is Happening?
11.How Can We Predict Climate Change When We Can't Even Predict The Weather?
12.Will All The Impacts Of The Greenhouse Effect Be Negative?
13.What Must Be Done To Reduce Human Contributions To The Greenhouse Effect?
14.Can The World Survive Without Fossil Fuels? What Are The Alternatives?
15.What Can I Do About The Greenhouse Effect?
16.What Is Greenpeace Doing About The Greenhouse Effect And Climate Change?

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