Global Warming

By: William Walsh

Global Warming

Global Warming is when the carbon dioxide is not consumed by Phototrophs using photosynthesis to convert sunlight, water and carbon dioxide into nutrients and gives oxygen when us as a species convert into carbon dioxide which creates the endless cycle if both groups consume and create the a little bit more than the exact amount but manageable so the "Green House Effect" does not change by too much, but due to deforestation and the Plants that do Photosynthesis are lowering causing more and more Carbon Dioxide to be in the atmosphere and that is where the "Green House Effect" comes into play. Carbon dioxide is called a "Green House Gas" which is a gas in our atmosphere that lets in light but keeps most of the heat out but an increase to these gases also means that it there is a decrease in oxygen and other gases in that atmosphere in a percentage but they also keep heat in, it is like a two way mirror so that is an increase to the total heat on the planet.