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Abrupt climate change

Abrupt climate change is difficult to define subjective as it’s depending on large measurements of samples/data intervals in certain research over a rather long time. However, it can be defined as a sudden and rapid alteration of the global climate that results from climate feedbacks caused by GHG emissions (loss of Arctic ice) and/or external variations in solar energy. Evidence, nevertheless, seems clear that global warming is happening and science talks about “tipping points” around the world that indicates clearly increases in temperature, less permanent ice, deforestation, etc. See tipping point

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