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Is global warming really a threat?



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Yes, if it happens, the oceans will rise because the ice caps will melt. whole countries may disappear underwater. In addition, there will be drastic climate changes all over the world. Scientists are still debating over whether or not it might happen.

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It is generally accepted that global warming is currently happening. Not to the fullest extent it can.

Dan



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