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Scientists have observed a huge loop of plasma shooting up from the sun's surface. Which of these events would most likely occur due to this solar condition? atmospheric pollution levels would increase atmospheric pollution levels would decrease atmospheric temperatures would decrease worldwide atmospheric temperatures would increase worldwide

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@e.cociuba can u help me?
Well I read a bit about this "solar satellites show the first observation of a “warm loop,” which is when plasma rises from the surface of the sun rather than sinks back into it. This will affect worldwide severe heat problems or as many scientist now refer it to 'Global Warming'." I believe it's the last one: Atmospheric temperatures would increase worldwide.

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yes is was think it was either A and D. Thanks! :) Can u help me with another question?
Sure but post it in a separate question :)
its d

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