Does global warming change the suns intensity?



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    Not really. Global warming is the result of too much greenhouse gases – like CO2, nitrous oxide, water vapor – that trap heat from the sun in Earth’s atmosphere. Normally the sun’s rays would enter our planet then bounce back into space. Greenhouse gases disrupt this process. So it’s not really the intensity of the sun that changes, it’s the concentration of gases in our atmosphere.

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