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Temperature of Earth Reaches Highest Level in 115,000 Years

The temperature of our planet has reached the highest level in 115,000 years. A paper entitled “Young People's Burden: Requirement of Negative CO2 Emissions” by James Hansen, a former senior NASA climate scientist, and 11 other experts, claims the global temperature has just reached a level similar to that in the interglacial (Eemian) period, 115,000 to 130,000 years ago, when Earth’s sea level was several meters higher than today.
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