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Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Soot may play big role in climate change
Unlike carbon dioxide, which traps solar energy radiating back from Earth's surface, black carbon particles absorb solar radiation as it enters Earth's atmosphere, increasing its heat.
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Despite Progress, Child Marriage Is Still Legal in All 50 States
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