—Atomic properties of elements and compounds are prone to change due to fluctuation of surrounding temperature and pressure. General properties of elements and compounds are exhibiting at par with the normal temperature and pressure (NTP). As the cause of global warming, the atomic properties of elements and compounds will not behave normally as in NTP. Their characteristics and applications are subjected to evergreen changing process, since natural temperature and pressure are not remaining constant in case of global warming. Whole life pattern of the living beings will be full of complexity and not guided by any rules in case of global warming. Industries, refineries, excessive electromagnetic wave propagation through air, transport vehicles – road and airways, rapid growth of entertainment equipment like air conditioned (A. C) machine, refrigerator, television, mobile phone, computer etc are the main cause of increasing environment temperature. To solve this emerging problem, Industrialization (Industry should grow with minimum working space effecting least environment pollution) and Naturalization (Maximum portion of the earth must be covered with either agricultural green trees or clean water) have to be provided side by side and at the same time people have to minimize using all type of entertainment equipment, otherwise global warming may cause destruction of the world.
—Atomic Properties, Industrialization, Naturalization, Normal Temperature and Pressure (NTP).
Pijush Kanti Bhattacharjee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Bengal Institute of Technology and Management, Santiniketan, P. O. Doranda, West Bengal, Pin-731236, India. He is an Ex Asssitant Director in the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), Government of India, India. He is a Member of IE, ISTE, IAPQR, IIM, ARP, India; CSTA, USA; IACSIT, Singapore and IAENG, Hongkong. (Phone No: +91-33-25954148, Email: email@example.com)
Cite:Pijush Kanti Bhattacharjee, Member, IACSIT, "Global Warming Impact on the Earth," International Journal of Environmental Science and Development vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 219-220, 2010.