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Default [Discovery-Top Stories] September was second warmest for the globe and U.S.; 2015 likely headed for the record books

September was second warmest for the globe and U.S.; 2015 likely headed
for the record books

This past September was the second warmest on record for the globe,
according to numbers just released by NASA. Only September of last
year was warmer in NASA's record, which dates back to 1880. And that
was an extraordinarily warm month for the planet. (NOAA will soon
issue its own independent analysis of global
temperatures¬*during¬*September.) Meanwhile, the contiguous United
States is really starting to heat up, with September coming in as
the second warmest in a record spanning 121


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On Tuesday, October 13, 2015 at 10:05:05 PM UTC+1, Eduardo M. wrote:
September was second warmest for the globe and U.S.; 2015 likely headed
for the record books

This past September was the second warmest on record for the globe,
according to numbers just released by NASA. Only September of last
year was warmer in NASA's record, which dates back to 1880. And that
was an extraordinarily warm month for the planet. (NOAA will soon
issue its own independent analysis of global
temperatures*during*September.) Meanwhile, the contiguous United
States is really starting to heat up, with September coming in as
the second warmest in a record spanning 121


http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Disco...3/VSTcyP61OMM/

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Nah. Everyone knows they've fiddled with the data, reduced all the warmer temps from the past and created an artificial warming trend in order to redistribute the world's wealth from those that have to those who have not (as a lot of the one's who'll suffer from GW live in those poor countries and on poor little islands in the Pacific).

i.e. it is all a great big global conspiracy by the left.

Why don't you know this? Please don't link to rubbish like this again.
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On 14/10/2015 06:54, Dawlish wrote:


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Nah. Everyone


.... in the global warming denier community...

knows they've fiddled with the data, reduced all the
warmer temps from the past and created an artificial warming trend in
order to redistribute the world's wealth from those that have to
those who have not (as a lot of the one's who'll suffer from GW live
in those poor countries and on poor little islands in the Pacific).




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Default [Discovery-Top Stories] September was second warmest for theglobe and U.S.; 2015 likely headed for the record books

On Wednesday, 14 October 2015 06:54:03 UTC+1, Dawlish wrote:
On Tuesday, October 13, 2015 at 10:05:05 PM UTC+1, Eduardo M. wrote:
September was second warmest for the globe and U.S.; 2015 likely headed
for the record books

This past September was the second warmest on record for the globe,
according to numbers just released by NASA. Only September of last
year was warmer in NASA's record, which dates back to 1880. And that
was an extraordinarily warm month for the planet. (NOAA will soon
issue its own independent analysis of global
temperatures*during*September.) Meanwhile, the contiguous United
States is really starting to heat up, with September coming in as
the second warmest in a record spanning 121


http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Disco...3/VSTcyP61OMM/

--


news.alt119.net / www.alt119.net
...


Nah. Everyone knows they've fiddled with the data, reduced all the warmer temps from the past and created an artificial warming trend in order to redistribute the world's wealth from those that have to those who have not (as a lot of the one's who'll suffer from GW live in those poor countries and on poor little islands in the Pacific).

i.e. it is all a great big global conspiracy by the left.

Why don't you know this? Please don't link to rubbish like this again.





This is so ironically rich with total ********. They have just built a new airport on the Maldives as they have a growing thriving holiday trade. As for the islands of Tuvalu, there was a BBC weepy hand wring documentary of these island a good few years ago. It showed images of big oil and George Bush flashing up on screen. These island are absolutely tiny yet the indigenous population who seem to be massive fat *******s , are making a killing from the holiday trade and guess what........ they all drive big 4WDfueled by oil. . Its a joke . I posted about it at the time and it must have been a good ten years ago. I also posted on the BBC newsnight item on the Maldives where the reporter again in BBC western middle class guilt mode, strolled along the beach bemoaning that in 650 years time the sea level would be ten foot higher and well above his head Again guess what , some good 12 years later .....nothing just a new airport. I defy anyone to show me all this suffering. Its about as real as UK food banks.


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