July 29, 2011

Global Warming Debunked? Not So Fast

Stephanie Pappas, Live Science


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New research suggesting that cloud cover, not carbon dioxide, causes global warming is getting buzz in climate skeptic circles. But mainstream climate scientists dismissed the research as unrealistic and politically motivated.

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