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  1. The element that causes arguments

    Earth - the rest is left over from the formation of the planet. That means uranium and its…

    …found on earth. The remaining 0.7% is the fissile type, uranium-235. In 1942 a team from the American Manhattan Project…

    …of around half the heat inside the Earth - the rest is left over from the formation of the planet. That means uranium and its ilk have literally shaped the Earth as we know it. Their thermal legacy…

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  2. Science must end climate confusion

    …what's left of Planet Earth. A climate scientist is frankly out of that loop. They are…

    …guys intend to rip up what's left of Planet Earth. A climate scientist is frankly out of that loop. They are logging…

    …know is how much faster the "more more more" guys intend to rip up what's left of Planet Earth. A climate scientist is frankly out of that loop. They are logging what happened. For 2010, we need what…

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  3. It's still real and it's still a problem

    …serious impact on the Earth's atmosphere, and that - as a result - climate change is…

    …are responsible for our climate change through 1.7% of carbon dioxide in the earth's atmosphere then I don't have to buy…

    …That evidence shows overwhelmingly that our emissions of greenhouse gases are having a serious impact on the Earth's atmosphere, and that - as a result - climate change is happening and will…

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  4. Climate change - where the centre leads

    …recognise that the earths resorources are finite and that conserving them and protecting…

    climates than the developing countries and need to heat homes. When will I hear the world being asked to reduce birth…

    earth's atmosphere is a global common that now needs careful scientific management - not unbridled economic growth. It is well documented that the debate on climate change was misled for decades by…

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  5. Are children's futures going up in smoke?

    …plundering the earth's resources and destroying the earths atmosphere bob, cambridge…

    …thinking forward' needs to be imbedded in our dealings with all issues that affect Earths productivity and…

    …, US there is no future for good abiding people because the rich have made sure of that by plundering the earth's resources and destroying the earths atmosphere bob, cambridge Lord…

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  6. Sceptics' week: Your comments

    climate events (which we all intuitively understand). This confusions between the two is…

    climate scientists have not sufficiently proved their case - surely the burden of proof should now be shifted to those…

    …The world population is close to exceeding the "carrying capacity" of the earth which makes many nations very vulnerable to catastrophe caused by climate change and El Nino effects, despite human…

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  7. Do we need to say our prayers?

    … of climate change when the West is starting wars whose carbon output…

    …do you tell a developing nation it needs to cut back because of climate change when the West is starting wars whose…

    …oxygen. So the fact that humans affect the climate is neither exceptional, nor by necessity bad. Many regions of the world could become more human-friendly through "global warming". Earth has seen far…

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  8. Ecological debt: No way back from bankrupt

    …But the last time the Earth's climate really flipped was at the end of the last Ice Age…

    …But the last time the Earth's climate really flipped was at the end of the last Ice Age, more than 10,000 years ago. No…

    … averting. But the last time the Earth's climate really flipped was at the end of the last Ice Age, more than 10,000 years ago. No one can remember what that felt like. Lessons of …

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  9. BBC - Science & Nature - Horizon - Snowball Earth

    …prediction: the Earth's climate has a theoretical breaking point. As long as the ice…

    …the Earth's ever experienced to the warmest climate the Earth's ever experienced. We immediately said that this was the…

    …spectacular climate change in our history. In some ways we're going from the coldest climate the Earth's ever experienced to the warmest climate the Earth's ever experienced. We immediately said that…

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  10. Time to stop the climate blame game

    …economic models based on growth - no force on earth will stop the climate crisis…

    …prove anything) that suggest we've suddenly taken control of the Earth's climate. The human worry gene always finds a…

    …based on growth - no force on earth will stop the climate crisis, depletion of natural resources, habitat loss,. John E, Eastleigh, UK… I think the climate change is completely taken out of proportion…

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  1. The wacky geopolitics of ‘Civilization: Beyond Earth’

    …the nuclear war accelerates climate change in a way that sea levels rise by 20 feet or…

    …Africa, Eastern Europe and Russia, ruining these regions' economies. Meanwhile, the nuclear war accelerates climate

    …such a war would lead Earth's temperatures to drop by 1º Celsius. By comparison, climate scientists are trying to keep the world from warming more than 2º C to avoid the worst of climate change…

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  2. Can art inspire climate change action?

    …ourselves as active agents in the global community. Climate change, poverty, war, disease…

    …problems in the world. We do not see ourselves as active agents in the global community. Climate change, poverty, war

    …community. Climate change, poverty, war, disease – these are challenges that compete for our attention. The information age in general, and public awareness campaigns in particular, have succeeded in…

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  3. Can art inspire climate change action? An ice installation aims to do just that

    …ourselves as active agents in the global community. Climate change, poverty, war, disease…

    …problems in the world. We do not see ourselves as active agents in the global community. Climate change, poverty, war

    …community. Climate change, poverty, war, disease – these are challenges that compete for our attention. The information age in general, and public awareness campaigns in particular, have succeeded in…

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