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The UK's Bridgewater Foundry, pictured in 1839, one of the earliest factories to use an almost modern layout, workflow, and material-handling system. Photo: public domain.

Global warming began in the 1800s: study

An international study has found that human-induced global warming began in the 1830s, during the Industrial Revolution.

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