Are temperatures on other planets in the solar system increasing too?



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    It’s controversial.  Mars has also experienced exhibited by thawing ice caps, but some scientists say that it’s not actually long-term global warming but rather an effect of its fickle weather patterns which are controlled mostly by dust.   NASA though says it is long-term global warming that’s been going on since the ’70s and is comparable to the changes we’ve seen on earth.  Scientists who classify Mars’s rising temperatures as a continuing trend rather than a fluctuation theorize that earth’s global warming may have more to do with the sun than human activity.  

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