Tag Archive: Aerosols

Feb 08 2015

2014 the warmest year as global heating speeds up

2014 was the hottest year in the global surface temperature record, according to independent analyses by NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), US National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), UK’s Met Office, and even the team of skeptics at Berkeley Earth. The one exception is the University of York dataset, which has greater warming over …

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Sep 19 2014

Global warming is already dangerous

“Over the bleached bones and jumbled residues of numerous civilizations are written the pathetic words: ‘Too late.’” – Martin Luther King Jr. I’ve been reading up on what the latest climate science says about where we are and where we’re heading, and decided the best way to present the information is in the following table. …

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Apr 30 2010

Global Warming Contrarians Part 6: Global Cooling in the Mid-20th Century

Here, at last, is the much-delayed sixth instalment in my ongoing series of posts on the (mostly bad) arguments that contrarians make against global warming. (A list of earlier parts in the series can be found here.) In this post, I want to clear out of the way one more factoid that contrarians hold up …

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