In worst-case but possible warming scenarios, much of Earth could become too hot for human habitation. That's the gist of recent research by Steven C. Sherwood of the Climate Change Research Centre, University of New South Wales and Matthew Huber o
This post will help you understand
Why the "greenhouse effect" has to do with gases in the atmosphere,
How these "greenhouse gases" in the atmosphere warm the Earth (and what that has to do with things that are "red hot"),
What this implies for future warming as we put more of these gases into the atmosphere.
The use of a toaster is not required, but it helps if you know how one works.
What Is The Greenhouse Effect?
The "greenhouse effect" refers to how gases in the atmosphere which absorb i
The Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP) has issued its latest Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic report (SWIPA), with recent data on changes in the arctic and how they will affect us all.
The major finding is that changes the