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Heat-toting ocean currents chugging along

Some scientists have worried that glacial melting could cool the warm Atlantic Ocean curents, causing them to slow, or even cease flowing. New evidence suggests that little slowing has occurred in the last decade or two. Scientists are now more confident that Atlantic currents are at little risk.

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