Global Warming? Really?

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A paper in this week’s Nature predicts a possible decrease in North Atlantic ocean temperature over the next 10 years.  This decrease could offset the effects of global warming caused by CO2 emissions, resulting in a  global temperature plateau.  According to the author, it is possible that global temperature will not increase again before the year 2015. 

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