Is Earth at its warmest in 125,000 years?
In the latest indicator of climate-change-driven extremes, Earth’s average temperature remained at a record high Wednesday, after two days in which the planet reached unofficial records.
It comes as scientists say the planet is the hottest it has been in roughly 125,000 years. Experts believe more heat records will fall this summer. Source 3u.
I believe that it is primarily a result of human activities rather than entirely natural phenomena. The overwhelming scientific consensus supports this viewpoint, based on extensive research and empirical evidence.
Human-induced global warming is driven by the continuous release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, primarily from the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation. These activities have significantly increased the concentration of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, trapping heat and causing a rise in global temperatures.