Anyone suggesting a similarity wil be branded a heretic and taken outside.
Global warming and melting polar ice caps are not just problems here on Earth. Mars is facing similar global changes, researchers say, with temperatures across the red planet rising by around 0.65 degrees over the last few decades.
Meanwhile back on Earth: Attribution of recent climate change - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Over the past five decades there has been a global warming of approximately 0.65 ｰC (1.17 ｰF) at the Earth's surface
The trigger for the changes on Mars are, however, totally different from those mechanisms controlling and influencing climate here on Earth.
Christensen cautions against drawing any parallels between the warming on Mars and on Earth. He said: "The more we learn about Mars, the more intuition it gives us about Earth, but the systems are fundamentally different."
Different do you hear, different I said.
"They're looking at a piece of the cycle, other processes could turn this around to a place where the ice-caps start growing again. You can't take 10 years of data and extrapolate out to 1,000 years."
Sorry is that Earth or Martian Global Warming Science you are talking about now? - I'm getting confused.