The Gulf Stream current in the Atlantic Ocean controls climate patterns around western Europe and eastern North America as we know it.

A study released today suggests the current is at its weakest in 1,600 years and could contribute to catastrophic climate change.

The findings question predictions that a disastrous collapse of the Gulf Stream would take centuries to occur.


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