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Default GISS May 2021. +0.8C 7th warmest may on record.

The world continues to be very warm, despite a deep La Nina. Such a global monthly value of +0.8C had only been experienced 3 times prior to 2010 and had only been experienced in El Ninos. Now a value of less than 0.8C is unusual, even in a La Nina. In another decade, it is highly likely that a value of 1.0C will be unusual and months will be exceeding +1.5C on a regular basis. (1.37C is the highest monthly value to date Feb 2016).

That's the measure of the pace of Global Warming, for any denier still too blind to see it.



https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/t...LB.Ts+dSST.txt

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Default GISS May 2021. +0.8C 7th warmest may on record.

And NOAA has May 2021 as +0.81C; equal 6th warmest May on record.

The world is very warm despite the deep La Nina that has just ended.

https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/

On Monday, June 14, 2021 at 7:01:37 PM UTC+1, Paul from Dawlish wrote:
The world continues to be very warm, despite a deep La Nina. Such a global monthly value of +0.8C had only been experienced 3 times prior to 2010 and had only been experienced in El Ninos. Now a value of less than 0.8C is unusual, even in a La Nina. In another decade, it is highly likely that a value of 1.0C will be unusual and months will be exceeding +1.5C on a regular basis. (1.37C is the highest monthly value to date Feb 2016).

That's the measure of the pace of Global Warming, for any denier still too blind to see it.



https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/t...LB.Ts+dSST.txt

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Default GISS May 2021. +0.8C 7th warmest may on record.

On 14/06/2021 18:35, Paul from Dawlish wrote:
On Monday, June 14, 2021 at 7:01:37 PM UTC+1, Paul from Dawlish wrote:


The world continues to be very warm, despite a deep La Nina. Such a global monthly value of +0.8C had only been experienced 3 times prior to 2010 and had only been experienced in El Ninos. Now a value of less than 0.8C is unusual, even in a La Nina. In another decade, it is highly likely that a value of 1.0C will be unusual and months will be exceeding +1.5C on a regular basis. (1.37C is the highest monthly value to date Feb 2016).


That's the measure of the pace of Global Warming, for any denier still too blind to see it.


https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/t...LB.Ts+dSST.txt


And NOAA has May 2021 as +0.81C; equal 6th warmest May on record.


The world is very warm despite the deep La Nina that has just ended.


https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/


It is to be anticipated that as the current interglacial warm period
progresses towards the next Ice Age, 'records' (such as they are) will
be continue to be broken until the point when that ceases to occur. It
is at that time we will begin to have significant problems. That we can
grow grapes in Yorkshire with which to make wine, just as the Romans did
2000 years ago, is to be celebrated as the planet's temperature in this
Interglacial fluctuates as it has done for the last 11000 years or so
due to the chaotic system known as 'climate'.

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Default GISS May 2021. +0.8C 7th warmest may on record.

Spike wrote:

On 14/06/2021 18:35, Paul from Dawlish wrote:
On Monday, June 14, 2021 at 7:01:37 PM UTC+1, Paul from Dawlish wrote:


The world continues to be very warm, despite a deep La Nina. Such a global

monthly value of +0.8C had only been experienced 3 times prior to 2010 and
had only been experienced in El Ninos. Now a value of less than 0.8C is
unusual, even in a La Nina. In another decade, it is highly likely that a
value of 1.0C will be unusual and months will be exceeding +1.5C on a
regular basis. (1.37C is the highest monthly value to date Feb 2016).

That's the measure of the pace of Global Warming, for any denier still too

blind to see it.

https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/t...LB.Ts+dSST.txt


And NOAA has May 2021 as +0.81C; equal 6th warmest May on record.


The world is very warm despite the deep La Nina that has just ended.


https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/


It is to be anticipated that as the current interglacial warm period
progresses towards the next Ice Age, 'records' (such as they are) will
be continue to be broken until the point when that ceases to occur. It
is at that time we will begin to have significant problems.


The effects of the current warming may ensure that there aren't any humans
around when (if) the next cooling phase occurs. Our uncontrolled experiment
with the atmosphere is unlikely to have a happy ending for the human race. The
root cause is probably that there are too many humans on the planet. Nature may
be about to do something about that.


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