Study: Global warming might be twice as bad as thought

05/22/2009 | USA Today

A study reveals global warming might be twice as severe as previously indicated, with a report indicating an astonishing 90% certainty that global temperatures will rise 9 degrees by 2100. Those projections, performed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, used 400 applications of a computer model. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicted a rise in temperature of 2 to 11 degrees in 2007, which would put the MIT prediction at the high point of that scale.

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