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The problem is the Earth’s Energy Balance

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Per Scientific American, Don’t Worry about CO2, Worry about the Earth’s ‘Energy Balance’

“Energy imbalance is “the most fundamental metric defining the status of global climate change,” scientists said in a 2016 Nature Climate Change article. Everything else about global climate change—including the warming of the planet—is a symptom the mismatch of energy in, versus energy out, the article points out.

This heat can be converted to the energy society demands, per the following video.

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