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Old 06-08-2011, 12:51 AM
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Rss .12c for May, 12th hottest
UAH .13c for May, 7th hottest(based on me going through the record since 1979)

Did you know that only during moderate to strong nino years up until the late 1990's would get as warm as we are now.

Please don't attack my post; I just love to play around with the numbers and predict what they will show next. I don't know if it is natural or man made or just screwing with the numbers, but I do know it is interesting.

Anyways the third pic is without the 1998 nino. It is a anomaly from hell...It is twice as far outside the base line as 2010 was.
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