Comments:Australian–US team of scientists finds Atlantic warming causes Pacific climate trends

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Atlantic warming causes Pacific climate trends115:40, 9 August 2014

Atlantic warming causes Pacific climate trends

One can view this human generated phenomenon with trepidation and/or opportunism. Though the earth has experienced this type of change in its past it took greater periods of time and came about more naturally. There may need to create a new geological epoch for this global evolution.

SyNapz (talk)14:38, 9 August 2014

It's been proposed to name a new epoch the "Anthropocene" as a nod to how much humans have influenced Earth's ecosystems and it seems to be somewhat accepted within the scientific community if it is only, at least, an informal term.

Mikemoral♪♫15:40, 9 August 2014