Scientists admit mathematical errors in climate change study that suggested oceans had absorbed more heat than expected

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New results suggest between 10 per cent and 70 per cent more heat absorbed by oceans than previously thought

Scientists from the Princeton University and the University of California-San Diego have owned-up to major mathematical errors in their recent study claiming that the Earth's oceans were warming mu...

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