Old news: tracing the history of our knowledge about global warming
Quintin Rayer traces the history of our knowledge about global warming, which goes back further than many might expectIt can seem as though human-generated global warming is recent. However, climate science has developed over more than a century, with results identified earlier than many may suspect. Early experimen
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