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The cause of global warming has been a long-standing debate among every institution in the globe. It should be noted that the identification of the culprit will lead to the possible solution to this global problem. The major study lead by Tim Barnett of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in Jolla, California by far presents the strongest argument that global warming is really caused by different human activity which facilitates the emission of greenhouse gases…

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These are compared with computer generated models of climate change which failed to match the real observation. However, when these are compared with man-made emissions of greenhouse gases, the scientists are amazed that these matched the observations precisely. This model of climate change is able to explain the differences in the temperature of ocean bodies around the world. After the success of this study, scientists are now keen in doing what is best in order to identify the possible solutions to global warming.
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