New impact craters formed since the 1970s suggest changes to age-estimating models. And for three . . . summers in a row, deposits of frozen carbon dioxide near [the] south pole have shrunk from the previous year's size, suggesting a climate change in progress.Craters? Where?
Oh, I forgot to mention that this planet is Mars. Apparently, the Martians are addicted to Jupiterian oil and have failed to limit their greenhouse gas emissions. Here's the whole article.
So what's really causing the Martian warm spell? It seems that the Martian atmosphere is a complex system, but some radical scientists are beginning to argue that maybe increased solar output has something to do with it.
Hmm. Nah, it's got to be overuse of hairspray and air freshener.