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The editor-in-chief of a well-known business magazine, discussing possible warning effects associated with the increasing concentration of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere (greenhouse effect), wrote: “The polar regions might be three times warmer than now . . . “ What do you suppose he meant, and what did he say literally? (See “Warmth and Temperature: A Comedy of Errors.” By Albert A. Bartlett, The physics Teacher, November 1984, p. 517.)

The editor-in-chief of a well-known  business magazine, discussing possible warning effects associated with the increasing concentration of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere (greenhouse effect), wrote: “The polar regions might be three times warmer than now . . . “ What do you suppose he meant, and what did he say literally? (See “Warmth and Temperature: A Comedy of Errors.” By Albert A. Bartlett, The physics Teacher, November 1984, p. 517.)

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