One picture sums up that the issue of global warming is dead!

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    And where ever that is may see record heat this summer. That is what happened last winter. You ignoramouses were declaring global warming dead, and then summer came along with new heat records. And 2010 will go down with 1998 and 2005 as the warmest years on record.
    Nov. 2010 UAH Global Temperature Update: +0.38 deg. C Roy Spencer, Ph. D.


    The tropical tropospheric temperature anomaly for November continued its cooling trend, finally falling below the 1979-1998 average…but the global anomaly is still falling slowly:+0.38 deg. C for October November, 2010.

    2010 is now in a dead heat with 1998 for warmest year, with the following averages through November:

    1998 +0.538
    2010 +0.526

    December will determine the outcome, but remember that the difference between the two years is not statistically significant.
     

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