posted by Anonymous .
Can some read the paragraph below and check my grammars are correct.
The climate is changing. The Earth is warming up, and there is now overwhelming scientific consensus that it is happening, and human induced. Many are agreed that climate change may be one of the greatest threats facing the planet. In the article A lot of hot air? Cox and Vadon utilize facts and data collected from Intergovernmental Panel on Climate (IPCC) to shows the effect of climate change is being exaggerated by some scientists and journalists. According to Cox and Vadon, in the past century the Earth’s temperature only increased approximately 0.60C. Dr. Myles Allen states that sometime media and government agencies want to grasp people attention about climate change issues, they write about it without any support fact or refer to scientific researches. For example, the Environment Agency projectes that for over next century, temperature and sea level will rise up significantly. However, Dr. Lenten’s research indicates that even if mankind did nothing for a century, the effect of climate change will still only get a fraction of the worst case scenario. The debate on the level of truth about climate change is endless and complicated due to the fact that scientists cannot find enough evidence to support their hypothesis. For instance, Dr. Pound claims climate change is the reason lead to fog extinction. Nevertheless, this hypothesis received very weak support in scientist’s community due to the fact that some deathly diseases can be appear and eliminate the fog population without require of high temperature.
I was about to comment on your grammar, but by the time I finished reading it, was more upset by upset your buying the argument that climate change is "a lot of hot air". I certainly disagree with your statement "..the fact that (IPCC) scientists cannot find enough evidence to support their hypothesis." You wholeheartedly seem to be accepting the views of a few dingbats. That is your prerogative.
As far as grammar and spelling go, I suggest you substitute "people's" for "people"; "be" for "get", "projects" for "projectes"; "frog' for "fog"; "the scientific" for "scientist's"; "deadly" for "deathly". There are other errors as well, but that is a good beginning.
These sites will give you a more complete overview of this question.
Contributed by Writeacher.
to drwls: this is a summary respone paper... i also disagree with the article...