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Global dimming

Global dimming is a gradual reduction in the amount of sunlight reaching the Earth's surface since the 1950s. The effect varies by location but globally is of the order of a 5% reduction over the three decades 1960-1990. This cooling effect may have led...

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Global warming

Soaring global warming 'can't be ruled out' 19:03 26 January 2005 · NewScientist.com news service Jenny Hogan The Earth may be much more sensitive to global warming than previously thought, according to the first results from a massive distributed-computing...

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Consensus?

Global Warming Consensus? The phrase scientific consensus suggests something approaching unanimous agreement among scientists. However even a rudimentary survey of scientific literature reveals there to be very little agreement on the subject of climate...

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Is she kidding?

The Sky Isn't Falling; Despite Decades of Dire Predictions by 'Environmentalists,' Earth's Future Is Greener Than Ever, Reports Competitive Enterprise Institute To: National and Assignment Desks, Environment Reporter The 1970's brought us many things,...

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