Tuesday 19 November 2013

Emissions of CO2 Driving Rapid Oceans 'Acid Trip' by ZhiGang

Oceans Becoming Acidic? Why?
The world's ocean are becoming acidic at an 'unprecedented rate' and may be souring more rapidly than at any time in the past 300million years. Studies have shown that the ocean will reach 170% acidity by year 2100. The effect of acidity is currently being felt most in the Arctic and Antarctic oceans. These chilly waters hold more CO2 and increasing levels of the gas are turning them acidic than the rest of the world. The effects are already visible.

In my opinion, I feel that Man should step forward and do something to rescue our planet. Global warming had been last year, and now with ocean acidity. I really hope that Man should realize what they have done, exploiting our planet off her resources, damaging her. It is really time for us to grit our teeth and save our planet, our only home. If we don't do something, Earth will be razed by us, so let us save our planet together.

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