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I was doing a project for my English class, and I came upon the article Energy conservation in the earth's crust and climate change. I can't view the full text of the article, but I the abstract arosepiqued my interest:

Do long hydrocarbons in the earth actually have a significant effect in insulating the surface? Also, has the lack of these hydrocarbons resulted in any significant warming of the Earth thus far?

I was doing a project for my English class, and I came upon the article Energy conservation in the earth's crust and climate change. I can't view the full text of the article, but I the abstract arose my interest:

Do long hydrocarbons in the earth actually have a significant effect in insulating the surface? Also, has the lack of these hydrocarbons resulted in any significant warming of the Earth thus far?

I was doing a project for my English class, and I came upon the article Energy conservation in the earth's crust and climate change. I can't view the full text of the article, but the abstract piqued my interest:

Do long hydrocarbons in the earth actually have a significant effect in insulating the surface? Also, has the lack of these hydrocarbons resulted in any significant warming of the Earth thus far?

7 Fixed a typo; clarification 'abstract rose interest'
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I was doing a project for my English class, and I came upon the article Energy conservation in the earth's crust and climate change. I can't view the full text of the article, but I'm interested inI the abstract arose my interest:

Do long hydrocarbons in the earth actually have a significant effect in insulating the surface? Also, has the lack of these hydrocarbons resulted in any significant warming of the Earth thus far?

I was doing a project for my English class, and I came upon the article Energy conservation in the earth's crust and climate change. I can't view the full text of the article, but I'm interested in the abstract:

Do long hydrocarbons in the earth actually have a significant effect in insulating the surface? Also, has the lack of these hydrocarbons resulted in any significant warming of the Earth thus far?

I was doing a project for my English class, and I came upon the article Energy conservation in the earth's crust and climate change. I can't view the full text of the article, but I the abstract arose my interest:

Do long hydrocarbons in the earth actually have a significant effect in insulating the surface? Also, has the lack of these hydrocarbons resulted in any significant warming of the Earth thus far?

6 Fixed a typo
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5 As per guidelines on Skeptics, don't put "actually" in titles - it biases the question.
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4 As per guidelines on Skeptics, don't put "actually" in titles - it biases the question.
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3 Copy edited (e.g. ref. <https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/English#Adjective>).
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2 Copy edited (e.g. ref. <https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/English#Adjective>).
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