GLOBAL WARMING (AN EXTREMELY DRY SEASON ACROSS THE GLOBE)

The picture above shows an extremely dry season across the globe due to human activities that destroy the ozone layer causing global warming.

This is because the earth is extremely too dried thereby causing lacking moisture (water) in the atmosphere due to global warming. Global warming is the gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth’s atmosphere, generally attributed to greenhouse effect caused by increased level of carbon dioxide, CFCs and other pollutants. It is an ongoing rise of the average temperature of the earth’s climatic system and has been demonstrated by direct temperature measurement and by measurement of various effect of warming.

It is believed that global warming is as a result of the depletion of the ozone layer caused mostly by human activities. Example, when too much Carbon dioxide is emitted in the atmosphere, it damages the ozone layer causing the sun’s ray to have direct contact with water bodies and thereby drying them up leaving the ground that hold water bodies to also dry up and as a result causing the ground to crack.

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