The Gulf Stream, the warm water current that weaves a serpentine path from the west Atlantic to the United Kingdom, routinely brews some of the most extreme winter storms in the Northern Hemisphere, disrupting shipping while affecting weather throughout the globe.
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The Gulf Stream is also an enormous absorber of carbon dioxide, trapping greenhouse gases and preventing the pace of climate change from accelerating further.
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Source: Matthew Cappucci
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