Past Antarctic Warming Linked to Greenhouse Gas
The findings, published today in the journal Science, just add to the body of evidence that human-caused greenhouse gas emissions will lead to climate change .
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#1 Mar 1, 2013
Wake up, people if you live in the past. The present global warming is happening because of what we do and how we have done it.
It's a science law: if you emit greenhouse gases, you increase global temperatures.
#2 Mar 1, 2013
Rising carbon dioxide levels may have caused Antarctic warming in the past, new research strongly
of future warming are based on recent carbon dioxide and temperature data, not historical models,
"it hasn't really changed anything about our understanding of how climate change will change our modern environment." Mulvaney told LiveScience.
Gee, even Mulvaney says its scientific science fiction.
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