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What Are The Problems Associated With Burning Fossil Fuels?

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By burning fossil fuels a lot of problems get arise
when we burn fossil fuels they release many effluents that are harmful for the environment such as sulphur dioxide , carbon monoxide ,etc.
Also by burning these at a rapid rate they will get exhausted and it would be a great loss for human lives as most of the machine use these fossil fuels
so make the best and judicious use of fossil fuels
burn them in accordance to proper conditions
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Fossil fuels are vital to our modern day society. More then 85% of our energy is supplied by fossil fuels. Scientist say, if we keep consuming this much energy, there wont be any fossil fuels left in the next couple of centuries and it will take over 100million years until we get more.
Humans are using fossil fuels 100,000 times faster than they are being made. Burning fossil fuels is the largest source of greenhouse gases from human activities.
Scientist say, if we keep consuming this much energy, there wont be any fossil fuels left in the next couple of centuries and it will take around 100-500 million years until there will be some more
Most of you are thinking “why don’t we just make fossil fuels?” Fossil fuels is made by nature. We could kill animals and plants and bury them very deep into the earth and wait for another 100million or more years but after we bury the dead organisms, nature will take care of the rest. The process of making fossil fuels is all done by nature and since its done by nature, it is a very slow process.
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(part of my science assignment)

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