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That’s Cool: A Flotilla Of Parasols In Space

Climate change and global warming tend to be thought of as relatively slow processes when measured on the human time-scale. But some scientists believe that abrupt climate change is very possible and that we should start planning now on how to respond to a global warming crisis that might develop in decades, rather than centuries. […]

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Global Warming Could Mean Less Sunshine

For forty years scientists have observed a 1.3% per decade decline in the amount of sun reaching the Earth’s surface. This phenomenon – “solar dimming” – is due to changes in clouds and air pollution that are impeding the suns ability to penetrate. Researchers believe that the combination of growing quantities of man-made aerosol particles […]

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