GISSTemp monthly global temperatures

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Re: GISSTemp monthly global temperatures

Post by MilesAway » 27 Dec 2017, 19:39

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Re: GISSTemp monthly global temperatures

Post by HBS Guy » 26 Dec 2017, 18:52

To November 2017:

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We see that as 2017 cools down it moves back up in the rankings to third or equal second warmest month. Amazing considering 2017 was not an El Nino year! 2018 might be cooler since a mild La Nina will apply for part of it.

Meantime, idiots babble of an ice age :rofl :rofl :rofl I mean, for FUCKS sake, LOOK at the graph, temperatures are CLEARLY increasing over a long time, over 100 years!

GISSTemp monthly global temperatures

Post by HBS Guy » 17 Nov 2017, 08:35

To October 2017:

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https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/graphs/

We see that 2017 is still the second hottest year, quite amazing considering 2014, 2015 and 2016 were progressively record hot years and 2016 was an El Nino year and 2017 isn’t. Normally there is a drop in temperatures in the year after an El Nino year as the peak declines. Not in 2017 to any noticeable extent.

Have a look at the graph. You see clearly that global temperatures are increasing. A closer look shows it is not a smooth increase, cooler years still sometimes happen years after the temperature has shifted up. The weather record is incredibly noisy. However, the trend is for inexorable temperature increases.

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