Spare PC Power Aids Climate Scientists

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: January 26, 2005   View Article

Thousands of people around the world have loaned the unused power of their personal computers to help scientists model Earth’s past and future climate.

The project aims to illuminate the range of possible climate changes in the 21st century. Results so far suggest Earth’s climatologic future is even more uncertain than previously believed.

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