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Default NOAA: May warmest in 136 years. Jan-May warmest in 136 years.

And with only a weak El Nino, so far.

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/201505

Go on, our tiny cluster of resident climate deniers, say it isn't really so, because NOAA are in it with all National Scientific institutions in the world to fabricate data, or that CO2 can't possibly be the main cause, because 0.1% of scientists (some in the pockets of fossil fuel companies) say it isn't. laughing


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Default NOAA: May warmest in 136 years. Jan-May warmest in 136 years.

On Sunday, 21 June 2015 10:23:13 UTC+2, Dawlish wrote:
And with only a weak El Nino, so far.

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/201505

Go on, our tiny cluster of resident climate deniers, say it isn't really so, because NOAA are in it with all National Scientific institutions in the world to fabricate data, or that CO2 can't possibly be the main cause, because 0.1% of scientists (some in the pockets of fossil fuel companies) say it isn't. laughing


Bull****. NOAA: "we don't know why there are more cold steps than warm, so we adjust the data anyway"
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Default NOAA: May warmest in 136 years. Jan-May warmest in 136 years.

On Thursday, 25 June 2015 23:53:33 UTC+12, john_evermore wrote:
On Sunday, 21 June 2015 10:23:13 UTC+2, Dawlish wrote:
And with only a weak El Nino, so far.

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/201505

Go on, our tiny cluster of resident climate deniers, say it isn't really so, because NOAA are in it with all National Scientific institutions in the world to fabricate data, or that CO2 can't possibly be the main cause, because 0.1% of scientists (some in the pockets of fossil fuel companies) say it isn't. laughing


Bull****. NOAA: "we don't know why there are more cold steps than warm, so we adjust the data anyway"


Halfwit.


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