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The amount of heat that the earth traps has doubled since 2005, NASA says



The study points to declines in cloud cover and sea ice reflecting solar energy back into space and an increase in greenhouse gases from humans, such as methane and carbon dioxide, as well as water vapor that traps more heat on the ground, as factors in the imbalance. But it is difficult to distinguish from man-made changes from cyclical variations in the climate, the researchers say.


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