The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind
The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind
Scientists Think They Know Why Global Warming Has Slowed

For more than a decade, global surface temperatures have defied our best climate models by refusing to rise, even as we pump out unprecedented levels of greenhouse gases. A new study has a new explanation for why our models are getting it wrong: equatorial winds.

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