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Capturing global warming... in just 14 seconds

There are climate change deniers, you can’t deny that. They deny that global warming is actually a real thing or that human beings have anything to do with it. So how do you prove it to the deniers that it is real?

The Washington Post put together this 14-second video (above) that captures rising temperatures from the 1950s to present day.

All the data used is from NASA.

Raveena Aulakh is the Toronto Star's environment reporter. Follow her on Twitter @raveenaaulakh


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