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No Doubt Left – Oceans Heating Threateningly

Major Study Reconfirms That The Oceans Are Warming Ridiculously Quickly Robin Andrews, 27 June 2017 (IFL Science) “…[Without its oceans,] Earth wouldn’t have warmed by roughly 1°C (1.8°F) in the past century, but by 36°C (64.8°F). They are by far and away the largest carbon sink in the world…[but they] cannot absorb carbon dioxide forever…A warmer ocean is a weaker carbon sink…[The
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