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Thursday, May 07, 2015

And yet temperatures are cooler

The amount of heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the atmosphere averaged more than 400 parts per million globally for the first time ever in March, according to U.S. government measurements. The recording was based on air samples taken from 40 sites around the world, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said in a statement Wednesday. It’s the highest level of the gas in at least a million years. Increasing CO2 emissions are blamed for global climate change that causes stronger storms, melting Arctic ice and rising sea levels, according to scientists.

4 comments:

  1. Yet ... the Arctic Ice has not melted, but has grown larger than ever previously measured. Odd, that, wot? :D

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  2. I wouldn't trust NOAA for any statistics. This is the organization that keeps telling us that months keep setting records and becoming the hottest months in history. I believe they said that about last January. They also claim that three of the hottest years have occurred over the last ten years.

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  3. The cultists who worship at the church of global warming ignore the effects of the source of all energy and weather: the sun

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  4. "...according to scientists". Which they aren't, as the data does not back up their predictions, and they won't back up and figure out why.

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