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Physics of Global Warming

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11thHeaven
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Dec26-13, 11:29 AM
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Hi all, I'm a 1st year physics student in the UK and I'd like to ask if anyone could point me to where I can learn about the in-depth science of global warming/climate change. I don't like having to appeal to authority (even when the authority is legitimate) during debates on global warming and I'd like to have a go at understanding the physics of what's going on myself. I know much of it will be beyond my level but I'd like to have a go regardless.
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Dec26-13, 11:32 AM
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I'm afraid such a topic is banned here at PF because we don't have the expertise to moderate it. Please browse the EPA site for some general information. Thanks!

http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/


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