How much colder would the world be now if we were not on it?



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    This is a difficult question to answer with absolute accuracy, but I feel as though the best measured representative temperature would be that of the preindustrial era, ending in the late 1800’s – thus, I feel as though the a good estimate would be the overall change since that time which is about 0.74 degrees Celsius.

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