Statistically speaking, global temperatures have risen more slowly over the past 15 years than in the decades prior, leading some to proclaim – incorrectly – that we are experiencing a "hiatus" in global warming, or even that climate change is not real. But two new studies illustrate that global warming remains a problem and that human activities are the source…"We may have underestimated the efficiency of the oceans as a storehouse for heat and energy," study co-author Yair Rosenthal, a climate scientist with Rutgers University, told USA Today. "It may buy us some time – how much time, I don’t really know. But it’s not going to stop climate change."
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