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A new climate model predicted that summer temperatures in the eastern United States could rise by 10 degrees by 2080, and the head of a climate research group warned his colleagues that exaggerated warnings about the dangers of global warming may be counterproductive if they generate feelings of resignation and apathy in the face of a hopeless catastrophe.

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A new climate model predicted that summer temperatures in the eastern United States could rise by 10 degrees by 2080, and the head of a climate research group warned his colleagues that exaggerated warnings about the dangers of global warming may be counterproductive if they generate feelings of resignation and apathy in the face of a hopeless catastrophe.

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