Humans are heating up the earth and reversing a long-term cooling trend
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Researchers have found out that humans are reversing a long-term cooling trend which can be traced back to 50 million years. Alarmingly, this has happened in just two centuries.

Without the reduction in our greenhouse gas emissions, the earth climate by 2150 could be similar to the warm and the most ice-free Eocene era which happened 50 million years ago.

While all the current species on the Earth today have had an ancestor which survived the Eocene, it remains to be seen whether humans can adapt to these rapid changes since this accelerated change in climate has never been seen before by any life on this planet.

Read the full story: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Scientific publication: PNAS