22 Dec '11, 3pm

Global Warming Trend — Clear as Day

Global Warming Trend — Clear as Day

“When the fluctuations in temperature over the last 32 years (which tend to obscure the continuation of the global warming trend) are accounted for, it becomes obvious that there has not been any cessation, or even any slowing, of global warming over the last decade (or at any time during this time span). In other words, any deviations from an unchanging linear warming trend are explained by the influence of ENSO, volcanoes and solar variability….It is worthy of note that for all five adjusted data sets, 2009 and 2010 are the two hottest years on record….All five data sets show statistically significant warming even for the time span from 2000 to the present.”

Full article: http://planetsave.com/2011/12/22/global-warming-trend-cle...

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