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Last I read we were still coming out of an ice age. how much of the global temperature change is due to natural changes and how much are man made? Also we know there is a hole in the ozone layer, but how do we know it is not something that has been there for thousands of years?
Hello Craig, The scientific consensus is that natural changes in the sun’s energy and from volcanic eruptions have a very small effect on global temperature compared to human-caused changes. Scientists estimate that natural causes have...


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